Frodsham Library, Frodsham

An imaginative conversion of the former library building in Frodsham, by an award winning architect to 14 luxury apartments with adjacent parking.

The building, which started life as Rock Wesleyan Chapel before being converted to a library, is renowned for its lovely stained- glass windows, bearing the “Bee Motif”,  which continues to feature in the new scheme.

Reserve early off plan and you can fully customise all flooring, tiles, kitchen units, appliances, wall colours, bathrooms, fixtures and fittings to create your truly unique home.

Frodsham  is  situated  approximately  3  miles  south  of Runcorn,  16  miles  south  of  Liverpool,  and  28  miles southwest  of  Manchester.

The  River  Weaver  runs  to  its northeast and on the west it overlooks the estuary of the River Mersey. The A56 road and the Chester–Manchester railway line pass through the town, and the M56 motorway passes to the northwest.

Notable residents have included Gary Barlow (who was born there) and Daniel Craig (whose father ran the Ring o’ Bells pub).

A well-known market has been held each Thursday since 1861, bringing in visitors from a wide area, situated as it is on Main Street which is one of the widest streets in England.  This town has, over the years, maintained a village feel and a thriving local community.

There are plenty of pubs and restaurants, enhancing the reputation of Frodsham as a thriving and affluent market town. Its location makes it a good commuter area for people working in Cheshire and Merseyside.

Phase 1 ‘Early Bird’ Prices are now available.

The Help to Buy scheme is available which means you only need to fund a 5% deposit.

We also offer a part exchange scheme for home owners, click here for more details.

For more information and to request a sales brochure please click the link below or contact our sales team on 0800 970 8837 .










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