New Houses For Sale in Lancashire

Lancashire is a county in the North West of England, and is totally unique in what it has to offer, with a number of landscapes to suit all lifestyles, close proximity to major cities, and some amazing entertainment options. Due to its diverse offering, there are many people searching for houses for sale in Lancashire.

Scenery of Lancashire

The county is blessed with a varying landscape meaning you can experience rolling countryside, urban towns and beach fun by the sea, all in one county.

Home to the Forest of Bowland AONB, and on the outskirts of the Lake District, the scenery is simply stunning, and right on your doorstep for walks and hikes at any time. If you fancy a bit more of a challenge, Pendle Hill near Barley is a local favourite.

If feeling the sand between your toes is more your style, Blackpool has been a family favourite for a very long time, and has all the true markings of a traditional seaside town. Offering coastal living in an iconic town, Blackpool is a popular destination for those looking for new homes in Lancashire.

Or if you want to be near all of the scenery but live the city life, Preston may be the place for you. Located next to the River Ribble, the city has every amenity you can think of, from shopping to entertainment to restaurants.

Things To Do

There are endless things to do in Lancashire, but the most famous has to be Blackpool Tower and the Pleasure Beach. The tower has been open for over 100 years, and is home to a circus, a glass floor walk, and the famous Ballroom. The Pleasure Beach theme park has a wide range of rides for all the family and is also home to the UK’s tallest roller coaster.

If you’re something at a slightly slower pace, then Lancashire is also home to several historic sites that make a great day out including Lancaster Castle, Towneley Hall and Astley Hall.

Transport in Lancashire

Lancashire is an exceptionally well connected county, with many lines of transport available. By road, the county has the M6 to get across the country, as well as the M55, M61, M65, and M66, and a number of major A roads. With public transport there is an extensive train network in the county, that includes regular services down to London, and up to Glasgow, along with a number of more local bus routes.

If you’re looking to go further afield, Manchester Airport, Liverpool Airport and Leeds Bradford airport are close to our new builds in Lancashire, where you can jet off to a number of destinations. There’s also Heysham which offers ferries over to Ireland and the Isle of Man.

Lancet Homes is proud to offer a number of developments across the county, so if you’re looking for property for sale in Lancashire, take a look at our available homes.