Maldwyn Avenue in Bolton is a development of 30 larger than average one bedroom apartments with attractive shared gardens, access to a 24 hour alarm call system and private car parking facilities. There are a number of ways to get involved with the resident community, with regular coffee afternoons, social evenings and trips to places of interest in the local area.
Located on the southern edge of Bolton near Smethurst Lane, the properties are close to local shops, a chemist, hair salon and doctor’s surgery, with a post office within one mile. There is a free Metro shuttle bus service in the town centre.
One of the benefits of this development is your professional on-site manager who looks after the buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it.
Bolton is a town in Greater Manchester, close to the West Pennine Moors. It has a large central library, aquarium, museum, art gallery and concert halls. You’ll also find shopping centres, a Victorian market hall, pubs, restaurants and cafés.
There are some lovely scenic walks to be enjoyed in the surrounding area. The historic Smithills Hall manor house contains fine examples of architecture through the ages. The Hall is set in formal gardens next to the West Pennine moors.
For sports enthusiasts the town is home to football, rugby and cricket clubs. The brand new Bolton One leisure centre has a swimming pool and a wide range of sports facilities.
Theatre and Festivals
Bolton's 26 conservation areas contain 700 listed buildings, many of which are in the town centre. There is parkland at the Victorian Queen's Park, Leverhulme Park and other open spaces in the surrounding area.
Bolton has several theatres including the Octagon, Bolton Little Theatre and the Phoenix Theatre Company. The Bolton Symphony Orchestra performs regular concerts at the Albert Halls and Victoria Hall in the town centre. Also of interest is the museum and art gallery, which has a fine collection of both local and international art.
The development is conveniently situated just off the A579, near junction 4 of the M61.
Regular bus and coach services run to many locations, including nearby Bury, Wigan and Chorley. The town is also served by a mainline station with frequent trains running into Manchester, Wigan, Southport and Blackburn.
Distance to GP: 0.25 miles
Distance to shop: 0.25 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.25 miles
Distance to Post Office: 1 miles