Homes in the Newton/Haydock area...
- Queens Drive consists of traditionally built two, three and four-bed houses. There is also a complex of sheltered properties.
- Common Road is a popular estate in Earlestown. It has a thriving shopping centre and a market which is held 2 days a week. The properties are mainly traditional two and three bed, semi-detached houses with a small number of bungalows and flats. There is also a sheltered housing scheme consisting of 51 bungalows.
- Brunswick Road consists properties were mostly built in the 1970s and consist of open plan houses and flats. This area is convenient for schools and Earlestown town centre.
- Legh Street is a popular estate in Earlestown town centre. The properties have open frontages with rear gardens and are a mixture of traditional houses and flats.
- Fairbrothers has a mixture of houses built around the 1950s but it also includes some pre-war properties and some built in the 1970s. There are houses, flats and bungalows. There is a sheltered housing, Category II complex. The estate has easy access to a bus service to Earlestown and the estate is close to schools and recreational facilities.
- Wargrave North was built between 1921 and 1935. The properties are mainly two and three bed, traditional semi-detached and terraced houses, which have been modernised. The estate is convenient for primary and secondary schools and there is a main bus route close to the estate. The railway station is less than half a mile away.
- Wargrave South was built in several phases between 1921 and 1935 the properties are a mixture of two and three bed, traditional semi-detached houses. The estate is close to local primary and secondary schools. There is a small parade of shops adjacent to the estate. Earlestown is approximately a ten minute walk away and there is a main bus route close by. Newton le Willows train station is approximately half a mile from the estate. There is also a community centre which provides a variety of recreational and educational classes.
- Bradlegh Road is a modern open plan estate built in the 1970s. There are one, two and three bed houses. one and two bed flats and one and two bed bungalows. The estate also consists of Kenilworth Gardens which was built in 1948.
- High Street is a small area of mixed housing, mainly pre-war terraced houses.
- Catherine Way consists of properties built in the 1960s. The estate is an open plan estate of three bed houses and one and two bed flats. There is a bus service to Earlestown, Newton and St Helens. The station is approximately one mile away. Also in close proximity is the Sankey Valley where pleasant walks can be enjoyed.
Covers a large area and consists of several estates.
- Church Road estate is situated close to shops and two primary schools. There is a library and a small supermarket. The estate is on a direct bus route to St Helens and Ashton.
- Vista Road properties are close to a number of shops. There is a direct bus route to Newton le Willows, Ashton and St Helens.
- Central Drive properties are close to primary schools and a High School. There are a number of shops in the area including a Post Office. A Community Leisure Centre is within walking distance.
- Cumberland Crescent is within easy reach of primary schools and a secondary school. There are a number of small shops near by. The High School and the community Centre are approximately half a mile away.
- Greenwell Road estate consists mainly of sheltered flats and bungalows. Haydock Health Centre and a chemist are situated close by. There are a number of shops close by. There are direct bus routes to Newton le Willows, Ashton and St Helens.
- Grosvenor Road properties are close to the Community Leisure Centre and the High School. There are a number of shops nearby as well as a Post office.
- Manor Road has a number of shops and a Post Office situated near the estate. The East Lancashire Road is situated at the rear of the estate.
- O’Connell Close properties are all sheltered and there is a community centre for the residents. There are a few shops and library close by. There is a direct bus route to Newton le Willows, Ashton and St Helens. The Community Leisure Centre is within walking distance.
- Shaw Street is close to a number of shops and two primary schools. There is also a library and a small supermarket within walking distance. There is a direct bus route to Newton le Willows, Ashton and St Helens. The Community Leisure Centre is within walking distance.
- Vicarage Drive is close to the main road and a number of shops. Easy access can be gained to the East Lancashire Road and there are direct bus routes to Newton-le-Willows, Ashton and St Helens.
This is a popular area with a mixture of properties.
- O’Sullivan Crescent is of pre-war, semi-detached houses in a traditional layout.
- Ashurst Drive is an attractive estate with open plan frontages and trees. Mostly three bed, terraced houses but there are also 10 small blacks of flats.
- Frodsham Drive is mostly two and three bed houses built in the 1950s. There are also six sheltered bungalows.
There are a small number of local shops in two localities and all estates are within easy reach of a main bus route.
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