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Deeside

An area well known for its steel industry and shipbuilding past, Deeside has grown into a modern satellite town with great road links to the major cities of the North West. Chester, Liverpool, and Manchester are all within a convenient one hour drive opening up a huge range of employment, leisure, and cultural opportunities.

If you enjoy the great outdoors, a new build in Deeside is a gateway to stunning natural landscapes including national parks, beaches and nature reserves – all providing endless opportunities to explore, hike and enjoy the great outdoors. Your new home in Deeside also has excellent schools as well as access to amenities including supermarkets, independent shops, restaurants, pubs and bars.

The combination of natural beauty, easy connectivity, educational opportunities and quality of life means a new house in Deeside is the perfect place to call home.

Living in Deeside

The great outdoors 

Discover the beauty of nature right at your doorstep with a new home in Deeside. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of national parks, pristine beaches, and breathtaking landscapes - perfect for hiking, climbing, and birdwatching. Explore the wilderness of the RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands nature reserve and the enchanting Ness Botanic Gardens, boasting stunning Victorian show gardens, all within easy reach.

 

Pristine beaches 

If seascapes and mountains are your preference, the convenient location of your new build in Deeside offers easy access to the picturesque coastal towns of Abergele, Llandudno, Bangor, and Anglesey via the A55 North Wales Express Way. For those craving loftier pursuits, the majestic Snowdonia National Park awaits just over an hour to the west, while the scenic Clwydian Range & Dee Valley National Landscape is a mere 15 miles to the south.

 

Great roads

Your new home in Deeside is blessed with an exceptionally good road network of major A-roads and motorways. Chester is just eight miles away with regular bus services into the city centre. Liverpool lies to the north, a very commutable 18 miles away via the A550 and M53. Easily accessible destinations such as Warrington, Runcorn, and Manchester are within easy reach via the M56, with great employment and leisure opportunties. 

 

Schools nearby

Families relocating to Deeside can benefit from having a postcode without university tuition fees. Explore educational opportunities with 12 primary schools offering diverse options including faith-based, bilingual, and Welsh-medium education. Secondary education options include reputable institutions like Connah's Quay High School, Elfed School, and St David's High School. Your new home in Deeside can also take advantage of the acclaimed Coleg Cambria at Connah’s Quay offering a wide range of full-time, part-time, and apprenticeship courses.