head-bowlandThe Bowlands

Each house on The Bowlands offers spacious versatile living of some 2000 sq ft appx. The accommodation is arranged over two floors which briefly comprises; a welcoming hallway, downstairs cloakroom, utility room, a large lounge with double doors leading to a separate dining room and a fully fitted kitchen and breakfast area. Plus a well placed snug/study for an office or private space.

To the first floor, leading off the landing are four bedrooms; all doubles and a lovely family bathroom. The master bedroom also boasts an en suite shower room. The properties enjoy the benefits of UPVC double glazing, gas central heating, wired in smoke and security alarm systems. To the front of each property there is a block paved driveway providing ample off road parking. At the rear are patio doors opening onto a private landscaped garden. The Bowlands are greatly enhanced by mature trees; some granted protected status.

Lancaster Road is convenient to the High Street in Garstang for an array of local amenities including a variety of shops, restaurants, pubs and bank and there are local public transport links.

Garstang’s 700 year old traditional outdoor market is held every Thursday.

The Bowlands development is also convenient to several of the best schools in the area, such as Garstang Community Primary, or the church schools of St Thomas's CofE Primary and St Mary & Michael Catholic Primary. Garstang Academy is the most local senior school.

For further information on The Bowlands please go to our Contact page leave your information and we will get back to you.

icn_location The Location

Garstang is a lovely old market town and civil parish within the Wyre borough of Lancashire.

It is 10 miles north of Preston and 11 miles south of Lancaster, being easily accessible via the M6 or A6. Blackpool is only 16 miles away via the M55, while the M6 can be accessed just six miles to the north at junction 33 or about 8 miles to the South at Junction 32.

The town is set on the banks of the River Wyre and is know as the gateway to the Forest of Bowland, an area of “Outstanding Natural Beauty”. In addition to the River Wyre, the Kendal - Preston Canal runs through part of the town, now a leisure amenity for pleasure craft, long walks and even fishing. There is also the Garstang Heritage Trail which has been developed to explore and enjoy the area. All this allows families to have the “great outdoors” experience within easy reach of Garstang.

Hudson Park and local recreation ground are near The Bowlands and it is a leisurely stroll to the River Wyre.

icn_about Who we are, What we do

Toby and Brian; we are two old school friends who founded Holmcroft & Stone Ltd on principles of open and honest communication, trusting in and having mutual respect of each others abilities. These principles we carry through in our dealings with clients, professionals, trades and suppliers.

Our aims are that our construction company delivers high quality designed and built functional properties that fit in with the surroundings. Our hope is that anyone owning one of these properties would be “over the moon” to call it home. We’ll put everything in to maintaining these aims, so keeping this hope alive.

As a valued client, Toby and Brian will give both consideration and understanding to your needs, always willing to go the extra mile in making the vision you have a reality.

Toby Luxford – has been part of an established family building firm for many years and has going on 40 years construction industry experience and a portfolio of satisfied clients.

Toby is a builder with traditional values; however he does not rest on his laurels and is up to date with modern building techniques, regulations and design concepts. All this gives him a fantastic working knowledge and understanding of the building trade.

Toby has collaborated with some of the best innovative and creative architects and inspired problem solving engineers in the industry; some working with Holmcroft & Stone, this has enabled us to structure a highly professional design and construction team.

Brian Lewis – is the one doing the other stuff. Coming from a strong retail and managerial background, for over 30 years Brian’s worked with major high street brands, he has strong multi-site experience maintaining and growing businesses with multi million pound turnovers. He’s also project-managed new store openings and major refurbishments.

Brian provides the sales and marketing side of the business and also looks after the finances at Holmcroft & Stone.

Holmcroft & Stone can offer a start to finish solution for construction/development or refurbishment projects, enabling our clients and partners to be confident of a truly professional job, followed through to sale or handover.

We hope to work together with you as prospective clients, partners or investors.
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