New Build Homes in Chorley

Chorley is both a town and a borough in Lancashire. The town is located eight miles away from Wigan, 10 miles from Blackburn, 11 from Bolton, 12 from Preston and 19.5 miles from Manchester.

It continues to be a popular place to live, and at Wain Homes you’ll find a range of new homes in Chorley across our new build developments in the local area.

Chorley has fantastic countryside right on its doorstep

The town has great transport links to nearby cities including Manchester & Preston

There are seven schools rated as “Outstanding” by Ofsted in Chorley

The University of Central Lancashire is close by in Preston

Local families have a range of activities to keep them entertained in Chorley



Chorley continues to be one of the most popular places to live in the North West. It has access to all the major commuter networks to Manchester, Preston and Bolton. There is plenty of stunning countryside to enjoy and the local schools are excellent. 

Families with school age children will be pleased to know that there are seven schools rated as “Outstanding” by Ofsted in Chorley. They include Chorley Astley Park School, Gillibrand Primary School, St George’s CofE Primary School, Balshaw Lane Community Primary School, and Euxton CofE Primary School. The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is around half an hours’ drive away in Preston.

Chorley is well connected to the North West and the rest of the UK due to its great transport links. The town is close to the M61 and M6 motorways, whilst Chorley’s main railway station connects it to Manchester, Bolton, Preston, Blackpool and Manchester Airport. Manchester Airport is around a 45-minute drive away and Blackpool Airport is less than an hour in the car.

Local residents also have plenty to enjoy on their doorsteps in Chorley. Astley Park is ideal for a day out with its children’s playground, deli, café and great woodland walks. White Coppice Woodland offers plenty of wonderful walks whilst Yarrow Valley Park has much in the way of scenic lakes and even waterfalls to enjoy. Euxton Skatepark is ideal for kids who get their kicks on a skateboard, scooter or BMX, and the town’s market has much in the way of independent and local food on sale.

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Chorley Council has recently submitted plans for a £40 million redevelopment of the town centre. This includes a new hotel and community hub right at the centre of the town. 

If you want to call Chorley home, you’ll find a range of new homes in Chorley across our new housing developments in the area.