Calderbrook Place and Cog Lane in Burnley is a development of one and two bed apartments with shared gardens and private car parking facilities. Located in a residential area near to Scott Park, the properties are within walking distance of local shops, plus the Burnley golf club is also close by.
An on-site manager looks after the upkeep of the buildings and gardens, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. A weekly luncheon club with transport provided operates nearby, providing an ideal opportunity to socialise with the local community making this a very happy and inclusive community. A fortnightly mobile library service also visits.
Burnley is a market town in Lancashire close to the South Pennine moors and surrounded by open countryside. It has a colourful mix of shopping centres including the Charter Walk, Oak Mount Mill Shop and the Karlen Antiques centre. The covered indoor market was founded in 1294 and has become the focal point of the town. It is a place where people meet to shop for locally sourced produce and bargains from over 150 stalls.
Things to do and see
The Sculpture Trail through Thanet Lee Woods is a popular gentle walk. The Wayside Arts Trail up to the Singing Ringing Tree will take longer and requires stamina, but it’s worth it for the fabulous views across Lancashire. The town has a leisure centre, sports clubs and two award-winning parks. Burnley’s waterways are rich in wildlife and offer scenic walks, canal boat trips, cycle paths and opportunities for salmon fishing on the River Calder.
The development is conveniently situated just off the A642, near junction 10 of the M65. Regular bus services run to Burnley town centre and also to nearby Blackburn, Manchester and Preston. Local railway stations offer train services into Blackpool, Colne and York.
Distance to GP: 1 miles
Distance to shop: 0.11 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.11 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.11 miles