Paul and Roz Kilshaw moved from Clitheroe to make their home at Green Hills, attracted by the wide-open spaces of the village greens and the accessibility of the location.
Roz says: “There is no other development that looks or feels like Green Hills. Compared to other developments, we love the open spaces which are well laid out and we really like the different designs of builds, including the coloured brickwork, window frames and doors of the houses.”
They were first in the queue when the second phase of properties were released and bought a Weaver A which offers three bedrooms, a well fitted spacious dining kitchen at the front of the property and large living room at the back with bi-fold doors onto the turfed garden.
Paul said: “We really like the layout, a feature to the house was the lovely bright hallway with full length window. It gives off much more light and sets the feel for the house.”
With two teenage boys, one just starting work in Preston and the other at high school in Blackburn, the move has also made life a lot easier. It is convenient for Roz’s commute to work in Ribchester and with Paul’s job involving regular travel, easy access to the motorway was crucial.
Paul said: “We liked Clitheroe as a town but the location here is just so much more convenient and with local shops within walking distance you can just nip out for something. Green Hills offers far better value for money as well as individuality and it was important to us that the development was a freehold site.”
Paul and Roz were both born and raised in Feniscowles so the move back also means they are closer to family and can re-connect with their favourite places. Roz said: “Sometimes you don’t realise what you have missed and moving to Green Hills has made us all very happy.”