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HALTON GRANGE IS NOW SOLD OUT

Don’t worry if you’ve missed out, we have recently launched a new development in the picturesque village of Endmoor, just a 20 minute drive from Halton.

Halton Grange is a development of well-built detached, semi-detached, mews homes and bungalows.

There is a mix of 11 house types, each strong in build and character. The attractive exteriors will incorporate art stone and render, making the street scenes unique and your house different from your neighbours’.

As well as striking exteriors, internally you will find designs that reflect modern living, giving you more space inside and out. Each home has a high specification throughout that includes A rated integrated appliances in the kitchen with many features as standard; fencing, turf, patios and bi-fold doors to name a few.

Key features

2 impressive show homes

4 miles to Lancaster city centre

Set in the picturesque village of Halton

Variation of stone and render properties

Within easy reach to M6

Premium specification

A specification that’s anything but standard

Designed for modern living and built to last, our homes offer more than your average new build. Our high specification includes so many features to be proud of, like large open plan family areas that include a stylish kitchen with an island, Porcelanosa bathroom tiles and French or bi-fold doors out to the garden.

Specification applies to a majority of plots and developments, please speak to your Sales Executive for further information.

Experience our specification

Countryside living With excellent transport links

Situated near the centre of Halton, Halton Grange has views of the River Lune and is close to Morecambe Bay. The development has excellent main road links towards the North and South of the country via the M6 and the A683.
There is a variety of excellent eateries close by, including an award winning fish and chip shop and The Greyhound Halton, as well as local amenities. The nearest schools are St Wilfrid’s Church of England Primary School and Ripley St Thomas Academy.
Lancaster is just 3.6 miles away, offering high street stores and the University of Lancaster, as well as a bustling night life with a wide variety of bars and eateries.

Why choose Story?

We can help with your move

Whether you are looking to buy your first home, move home or invest, Story Homes has a range of incentives that can be structured to meet your individual requirements.

Find out how

Homes that stand apart from the new build crowd

Choosing Story means you’re choosing a beautifully designed home that comes with more as standard compared to other builders. Step inside a Story home to find a luxurious specification, with more included in the price tag than you might think.

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Homes built to a 5 star standard

Story Homes has officially been rated as a 5 star housebuilder by the HBF and NHBC, which is no surprise when you see how beautifully crafted our homes are.

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