Tucked away inside an exclusive and centuries old estate just outside Lancaster, Park Meadow is the latest of Michael Stainton’s developments, but the first for a number of years in his home town of Lancaster.


The parcel of land involved has commanding views from wherever you look, but perhaps the most impressive is of the River Lune and the Lakeland Hills beyond. A tree lined driveway leads to Park Meadow where Michael Stainton plans to build six luxury homes.

Each will have a character of its own, and each will have the Michael Stainton seal of quality. That means they will be luxuriously appointed, quality finished throughout, and with outstanding architectural design guaranteed to please the most discerning of home buyers.

A major attraction of the Park Meadow development will be its closeness to Lancaster City centre which is a mere five minute drive away. Indeed the city skyline can be seen from the meadow, yet there remains a feeling of being deep in the attractive North Lancashire countryside on the site bounded by trees and the nearby River Lune.


New home owners will become part of an interesting history because Park Meadow is a central part of the old Aldcliffe Estate which first came to prominence in 1557 when the devout Catholic Dalton family acquired the area after it had been confiscated by the Crown.