This superb development of three and four-bedroom homes complements modern family life beautifully. Situated in Sutton - just 3 miles from St Helens town centre - Abbotsfield has shops, bars and restaurants aplenty, lovely green spaces, great schools and excellent transport links too. And, best of all, the homes themselves are wonderfully spacious and designed with you in mind.
With its proud industrial past, Sutton has always been a busy little town. Today, it plays host to an impressive choice of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Yet Sutton is also blessed with acres of gorgeous parkland, including its own nature park, which is only five minutes walk from Abbotsfield.
Just three miles down the road is St Helens town centre, a place with a real buzz and a firm eye on the future. Steady regeneration over the past few years has put this bustling metropolis squarely on the map for outstanding shopping and leisure pursuits. Business opportunities abound here too and the town is even making a name for itself on the North West arts scene.
Outstanding connectivity is yet another feature that makes Abbotsfield such a brilliant place to live. Sutton has not one, but two railway stations: St Helens Junction and Lea Green, both from which you can travel to Livepool and Manchester. By car, take the M62 to Warrington, Liverpool and Manchester just seven, fourteen and a half and twenty-four miles away respectively. Meanwhile, for travel further a-field, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is only ten miles away.
Abbotsfield is situated within walking distance of a number of schools. For younger children there is Sutton Oak C Of E Primary School (10 minutes) St Anne’s Catholic Primary School (15 minutes) and a little further away, Eaves Primary School (25 minutes). All are Ofsted rated Good. For older children,
St Cuthbert's Catholic High School is just 20 minutes away and The Sutton Academy, 30 minutes away.
Come to St Helens and shop till you drop! Here you’ll find a retail park, two large shopping centres, department stores, outdoor markets and lots of small independents. From premium brands to discount favourites, you’ll always find what you’re looking for. There’s no shortage of places to eat and drink either, whether it’s a cosy coffee shop or an award-winning restaurant. The kids will love it here too. Home to the famous Saints Rugby Club, St Helens boasts some of Merseyside’s best open green spaces, as well as nature trails, museums, galleries, a laser park, multi-screen cinema complex and more.