New homes in Kinnerton
New homes in Kinnerton
Make the move
New homes in Kinnerton are surrounded by countryside on the English-Welsh border, making it a great village setting to call home.
With great transport links to nearby Chester, commuters can enjoy the peace of the countryside, while still having a lively city on their doorstep.
Things to see and do
Ideal for families, Kinnerton’s surrounding countryside offers plenty of opportunities for walking, bike rides and picnics. While the village offers all the facilities you could want for your daily basics with a post office, shop, church and two pubs.
The historic Chester is only five miles away and you can get there by road in less than 20 minutes. Surrounded by ancient Roman city walls, the city is filled with history, culture, great shopping and attractions.
The Grosvenor Museum, Chester Cathedral and Cheshire Military Museum will keep history fans happy, while a selection of independent retailers and high street stores will suit shoppers. The bars, restaurants and bistros in Chester serve up something for everyone, while a peaceful boat trip on the river is a great option for those looking for some R&R.
Chester also has great family attractions such as Chester Zoo. With over 12,000 animals and 110 acres to get round, you can enjoy highlights such as Europe’s largest orangutan enclosure and the newly opened ‘Islands’, which shows visitors in a wildlife adventure in South East Asia. Chester Racecourse is also close by. One of the oldest courses in the UK, horse racing has been going on here since the 16th century.
There are several primary and secondary schools in the areas surrounding Kinnerton, while the University of Chester is an option for those wanting to go on to higher education. This offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Enjoying quick and easy access to Chester in less than 20 minutes, the M56 is also easily reachable from Kinnerton.
For those travelling by train, Chester Railway Station has connections to destinations across the country. Liverpool can be reached in 42 minutes, Manchester in one hour and eight minutes and London in two hours and four minutes.
For those travelling further afield, Liverpool John Lennon Airport can be reached in just over 40 minutes, where you can get a selection of flights across the globe.