About Wren Green
We’re proud to showcase our latest exclusive development of stunning 3 and 4-bedroom homes. Situated on the historic site of a Victorian cotton mill, Wren Green is just a stone’s throw from Bamber Bridge and all it has to offer.
The homes themselves are an exciting example of sleek, stylish design tailored specifically to modern family life. Featuring a large open plan kitchen-diner, smart French Doors and your own private garden, each of these surprisingly affordable properties offers the ideal environment to start or grow your family.
There’s plenty to do locally too. For those who like to stay active, there’s a large park, a well-equipped leisure centre with pool and gym, and even a local football team. There’s no shortage of places to eat and drink either, in fact, with a range of cosy coffee shops, traditional pubs and enticing restaurants, you could say you’re spoilt for choice.
Bamber Bridge is also home to a number of good quality primary and secondary schools. And, transport-wise, you’re only a mile from the M6 motorway and a short walk from Bamber Bridge train station. The city of Preston, on the other hand, is just four miles away, with convenient transport links via bus or train.
Wren Green is within walking distance of the ever-popular Bamber Bridge. The city of Preston is just a short drive down the road too. Bamber Bridge has a great high street with a wide range of shops, banks and a main branch Post Office. For the ‘big shop’ choose from Sainsburys, Aldi and Morrisons, which are all within a mile.
With historic links to the Industrial Revolution, Preston has, over time, evolved into a lively city with a buzz all of its own. Yet despite the hustle and bustle, Preston is also blessed with plenty of green, open spaces, from the characterful Winkly Square to the stunning Avenham Park, where you can while away the hours strolling along the River Ribble.
Just down the road, Preston’s Dock and Marina offers another great way to spend your spare time, eateries, pubs and a cinema to keep you entertained. If shopping’s your thing, you’ll be pleased to know that Preston boasts not one, but two shopping centres, as well as numerous high street stores. The city is also home to a number of independent shops and boutiques as well a lively outdoor markets.
On the food and drink front, the city offers plenty of opportunity to sample traditional and international flavours at restaurants, cafes and tea shops, of which there are way too many to list here!
All this, along with museums, arts and music venues, and even a steam railway, means that there really is something for everyone in this thriving, well-connected city.