With the perfect mix of location and lifestyle St George’s Court is a breath of fresh air.
St George’s Court features 34 modern one and two bedroom apartments. Each apartment has been carefully designed to offer space, light and comfort. Some enjoy balconied private gardens and there is sheltered basement car parking for ten residents.
Located in the heart of St Annes-on-sea, St George’s Court is ideally situated to take advantage of all that this bustling seaside resort has to offer. The north promenade, award-winning beach and pier are moments away and bars, restaurants and shops are all within easy walking distance.
Your local community
St George’s Court is ideally placed to enjoy the best the North West has to offer.
Preston, winner of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee contest to create a new English city, is 20 miles from St Annes and 30 minutes by train. Besides a cracking mix of culture and nightlife, the city is the perfect gateway to the rest of the national rail network.
Manchester and Liverpool are each just over an hour away. As well as offering ultimate 24-hour city experiences, they both provide national and international airport links.
There are also two National Parks within easy reach, with the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales to the North and North East. With spectacular views, miles of breathtaking walks and open water, they are perfect leisure destinations whether for activity or relaxation.
Whats on your doorstep
St Annes-on-sea is a town with a fine heritage, designed by rich Victorians as a seaside resort. Rising from sand dunes as a testament to 19th century determination, it grew quickly with hotels, pier, gardens and pavilions catering for visitors keen to benefit from the clean, fresh sea air.
Today, St Annes is still a popular seaside destination. It retains a flavour of that bygone grandeur, mixing it with the modern amenities required for 21st century living. The pier remains, as do the pleasure gardens, and there are miles of sandy beaches and dunes offering peace and quiet. For a more lively experience, the town is well served by restaurants, bars and nightlife, with The Square offering a touch of the continental. Nearby Lytham is home to Lowther Pavilion and its beautiful gardens, which hosts a full programme of concerts, exhibitions and shows.
Sport and leisure opportunities are numerous. The coast provides endless opportunities for a wide range of activities including fishing, walking and even kitesurfing. Fairhaven Lake is one of the area’s most popular attractions for boating, canoeing and windsurfing and there are also 3 golf courses, including the legendary Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club. Transport links are good. The town has its own railway station, is easily accessible via road, and Blackpool International Airport is just 10 minutes from the town centre.