Located in Runcorn on the southern bank of the River Mersey, our Hollystone Bank development is perfect in every way. This small collection of sizeable three and four-bedroom homes offers everything the aspiring modern family could want - and we don’t just mean a beautiful home with the very latest features! Move here, and you’ll enjoy the wonderful convenience of shops, bars, restaurants, family fun and great schools all within easy reach, as well as outstanding connectivity to Manchester, Liverpool, Warrington, Chester and beyond.
Only a ten-minute walk from Hollystone Bank is Runcorn Old Town. Here you’ll find a handy selection of high street banks, along with a Post Office, well-known convenience store – open until late, bakeries, takeaways, a handful of cosy traditional pubs, and the entrance to miles of beautiful, open green space.
Just four miles down the road, is the vibrant Runcorn New Town with shops galore and lots for families to see and do.
Hollystone Bank is in an excellent location for those who need to commute. The M56 motorway is just a short drive away, and means you can be in Warrington and Chester in half an hour and Manchester city centre in under an hour. Meanwhile, the new Mersey Gateway Toll Bridge connects you to Liverpool in around 35 minutes.
For train travellers, Runcorn Station is a 10-minute walk from your doorstep, and from here you can be in Liverpool in 10 minutes. The station also provides regular services to Crewe, Wolverhampton, Birmingham and London Euston, which is only two hours away.
Primary school is just a 10-minute walk from Hollystone Bank, with two – both Ofsted-rated Good - to choose from: Westfield Primary School and All Saints Primary School. For secondary school children, The Heath School, which is Ofsted-rated Outstanding, is less than a 10-minute drive away.
From fashion to food, toys to tech, you’ll find just what you’re looking for in Runcorn. All your favourite high street brands are here, plus a good selection of independents, including a lively outdoor market. Just on the outskirts of town are two large supermarkets, which cater for your weekly ‘big shop’. Runcorn offers a good number of places to eat and drink too and lots of opportunities for family fun, with a trampoline park, museum and multi-screen cinema for rainy day entertainment. When the weather’s brighter try the town’s miniature railway and board a tiny steam train for a journey through beautiful countryside. More green space awaits at the local nature reserve, where you can walk the dog, feed the ducks, play bowls, tennis or even hide-and-seek in acres of secluded woodland.