MODERN COUNTRY LIVING
The Warren is perfectly located on the edge of the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and an official Dark Sky Discovery Site thanks to low levels of light pollution.
It provides an ideal base from which to fully enjoy all the delights the Ribble Valley has to offer, whether it’s walks along the Tolkien Trail, fine dining at Michelin starred Northcote, live music at Holmes Mill or mountain biking through Gisburn Forest.
Being almost equidistant from the neighbouring towns of Clitheroe (4 miles), Longridge (5 miles) and Whalley (4 miles) provides a wide range of delightful shopping and dining out options, as well as a choice of essential services.
The Ribble Valley is home to some of the North West’s finest food and drink crafted by dedicated and hardworking producers and inspirational chefs. Historic towns and villages host welcoming shops and farmer’s markets offering a feast of delicious locally produced delights, including meat from traditional Lancashire breeds, organic milk and cheese, yoghurt and ice cream, handmade pies and pastries and flavoursome home-grown fruit and vegetables.
Hurst Green is home to a number of high-quality education establishments including St Joseph’s RC Primary School, which is rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted and is an immediate neighbour of the development.
The highly prestigious Stonyhurst College, and its prep school, Stonyhurst St Mary’s Hall are just 1.5 miles from The Warren. The school is set within a striking Grade 1 listed
building on a stunning estate with world class facilities.
One of the UK’s leading independent schools, Stonyhurst offers an unparalleled standard of day and boarding education for pupils aged three to 18 years.
There is also a high-quality health and ﬁtness club with a swimming pool, gym and fitness classes, which is open to public membership. Tennis and dance lessons are also available for non-students.
Throughout the year, the Schools all host a number of special events and festivals which the local community and wider public are able to attend.