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Highfield Drive, Bolton

Lancashire BL4 0RN

This estate consists of RENTAL properties only

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This development has 32 one and two bed bungalows with shared gardens. It is set in a quiet cul de sac in the southern suburb of Farnworth in Bolton. There is a local parade of shops and also a regular bus route to the centre of Bolton for a wider range of amenities.

Having a professional on-site manager will mean that not only will you be able to access further help and support if you need it but also they will ensure the buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, are taken care of.  


Hanover provides a management service for residents on this estate, but this does not include any dedicated on-site staff.

Other services and facilities include:

  • Car Port
  • Garden

Local facilities

Bolton has much to offer including the historic Smithills Hall Manor House and Country Park, a large central library, aquarium, museum and art gallery.  There are concert halls, sports clubs as well as shopping centres, a Victorian market hall, pubs, restaurants and cafés.

Art and Culture

The Bolton Symphony Orchestra performs regular concerts at the Albert Halls and Victoria Hall in the town centre. Bolton has several theatres including the Octagon and independent groups such as Bolton Little Theatre and the Phoenix Theatre Company. Bolton Museum and Art Gallery has a fine collection of both local and international art.

There are also some lovely scenic walks to be enjoyed in the surrounding area. For sports enthusiasts the town is home to local football team Bolton Wanderers, and there are other local football, rugby and cricket clubs nearby. The brand new Bolton One Leisure Centre with a 25 metre swimming pool is only about half a mile away.

Location and transport links

This development is within a couple of miles of junction 4 of M61 providing excellent transport links. Bolton train station serves Manchester, Wigan, Southport and Blackburn. Local buses operate to Salford, Manchester, Blackburn, Wigan and Bury. The A6, a major north–south trunk road, passes to the west through Hunger Hill and Westhoughton. It is 10 miles north west of the city of Manchester.

Distance to GP: 0.08 miles

Distance to shop: 0.08 miles

Distance to bus stop: 0.08 miles

Distance to Post Office: 0.08 miles