Elan Homes present a beautiful collection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom new homes at Old Quay Meadow close to the coastal resort of Parkgate.

Located midway between the ancient market town of Neston, and the once thriving port of Parkgate, Old Quay Meadow offers everything from breath-taking Welsh mountain views across the Dee Estuary, to rapid road and rail links to both Chester and Liverpool. Old Quay Meadow has it all, giving you and your family the lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of.

Elan’s Old Quay Meadow development of new freehold homes demonstrates our goal of providing customers the with home of their dreams.  Homes that are inspired by our style, passion, and an overriding commitment to quality building. 

Off Boundary Park,
CH64 6TN
0151 268 0389

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3, 4 & 5 Bedroom Homes Available

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*SOLD OUT* 4 bedroom detached home with integral single garage


*SOLD OUT* 5 bedroom detached home with integral double garage


*SOLD OUT* 4 bedroom detached home with integral single garage


*SOLD OUT* 5 bedroom detached home with integral double garage


*SOLD OUT* 4 bedroom detached home with integral double garage


*SOLD OUT* 3 bedroom detached home with integral single garage


*SOLD OUT* 4 bedroom detached home with integral single garage


*SOLD OUT* 4 bedroom detached home with detached single garage

What's in the local area


Both Neston Primary and Neston High School are within easy reach and both are rated ‘good’ by Ofsted*. St Winefride’s Catholic Primary in Neston is also rated ‘good’ and Parkgate Primary offers a third option.

Just a short drive away, Chester is home to some of Britain’s most respected independent schools, with both The King’s School (co-ed) and The Queen’s School (girls only) highly regarded.

*Ofsted inspection dates:

Neston Primary School March 2014

Neston High School May 2013

St Winefride’s Catholic Primary January 2014


Old Quay Meadow lies just off the A540 Chester High Road, connecting West Kirby (9miles) to Chester (11miles). The M53 is also within easy reach at J4 (northbound) or junction 5 (southbound), and the end of the M56 is just 7½ miles away. Birkenhead and Ellesmere Port are just 9 miles, with Liverpool just 11miles via the Mersey Tunnel. Liverpool Airport is 30 miles and Manchester Airport just 40 miles.

Neston Station lies on the Bidston to Wrexham line, with trains to Liverpool (via Bidston), Chester (via Shotton) and direct to Wrexham each taking around three quarters of an hour. 

Days Out

When it comes to something different, the choice is almost endless, from the tranquil beauty of Ness Botanic Gardens, to the Roman ruins of Chester, complete with one of the country’s finest amphitheatres. Children will love the sea life of Blue Planet at Cheshire Oaks, along with the 20,000 animals of Chester Zoo. With so much to do, you’ll never be short of entertainment and inspiration.

What’s more, one of the Wirral’s most unusual events happens right on your doorstep every spring and autumn, when the seasonal high tides flood the grassy marshes of Parkgate, revealing a host of birds and wildlife.

Neston Leisure Centre is well equipped for a range of sports and also has a popular swimming pool, while nearby Deeside Leisure Centre has a full sized ice skating rink. Golfers will be spoiled for choice, with the Wirral boasting more than a dozen excellent courses, including the Royal Liverpool at Hoylake, a regular host of the Open Championship.

Walkers will love the Wirral Way, which passes close to the development, leading all the way to West Kirby and forming part of the 37mile Wirral Circular Trail that takes in the entire coastline of the peninsula.

For evening entertainment, visit the Vue cinema at Cheshire Oaks, home to a massive iMax screen, or head for Liverpool’s many theatres and music venues, which offer a wide choice of big name shows and major tours. 


Neston town centre has a good selection of shops, including Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Aldi supermarkets, but for true shopaholics, the lure of Chester will be hard to resist. With the big name stores of the modern Grosvenor Shopping Centre sitting alongside the fascinating independents shops and exclusive designer boutiques on the historic Rows, Chester shopping has something for everyone.

And if you prefer your designer labels without the designer prices, head for Cheshire Oaks outlet village, where you’ll find huge savings on all the top brands.

Liverpool is also just a short train ride away, offering everything from the new £1bn Liverpool One and the famous Church Street, to the quirky independents of Cavern Walks.

Dining out

People flock from across the Wirral to enjoy the quayside restaurants and pubs of Parkgate. 1 Mostyn Square, The Boathouse, The Ship and Britannia Spice are all popular destinations for an evening out. Just a short drive away in Lower Heswall, Sheldrakes offers spectacular sunsets from its terrace overlooking the Dee Estuary, along with superb Mediterranean food. Nearby Chester has an even wider choice of top class restaurants, including Simon Radley at The Grosvenor Hotel, who has held a Michelin star since 1990.

Popular for a Sunday afternoon stroll, Parkgate also boasts a number of classic cafes and tearooms, as well as the famous Nichols home made ice cream parlour.

“We didn’t want to miss out while we tried to sell our old home and with Part Exchange we didn’t have to. It gave us peace of mind and meant that we didn’t have to worry about getting caught up in a chain that could delay our move.”

Jane & David

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