The design harnesses the site’s natural assets and incorporates them in a network of open spaces and village greens, providing an attractive link between town and country. Walkways connect to the existing public footpaths including historic routeway Witton Weavers Way.
The homes compliment the site taking their inspiration from Lancashire barns and the regions dry stone walls.
The views extend across Witton Park and the Leeds & Liverpool Canal to Pleasington and Billinge to the north, west past Jubilee Tower, Tockholes and to the Lancashire coast and south across the moors to Darwen Tower.
The location of Green Hills Blackburn is simply stunning and gives immediate access to hill and country walks via the 32 mile-long Witton Weavers Way. Walkers, runners and cyclists are within easy reach of the countryside, outdoor leisure and sports activities offered at Witton Park, Pleasington, Billinge and the Leeds Liverpool Canal.
Green Hills Blackburn is well connected by road and rail to the town and the region’s Northern Powerhouse economy as well as being blessed with access to stunning countryside, country parks, canal walks and cycle ways.
Blackburn’s resurgent town centre (it won Britain’s Best High St in 2016) with its acclaimed markets and shopping centre is a short drive away and can easily be reached by cycle.
Cherry Tree rail station is a short walk and close access to the M65 allows Green Hills Blackburn residents access to Preston (and its West Coast mainline train station), the Lancashire coast, Manchester to the South and the Lake District to the North.
Witton Park Arena provides a fully enclosed and floodlit outdoor track as well as the newest fitness gym and aerobics studio in the borough and the only indoor track.