New homes in Lostock


Live the life

Located in Greater Manchester just a short drive away from Bolton town centre, Lostock is a thriving place to live with good transport links and lots for the whole family to see and do nearby. From farm parks to golf courses, museums and shopping centres, there’s something for everyone close to your new home in Lostock.

Things to see and do

Being located on the edge of Bolton, Lostock is close to a number of town centre attractions including the Octagon Theatre, Bolton Steam Museum, Bolton Library and Bolton Market, while Smithills Hall and Smithills Open Farm, Jumbles Country Park and Leverhulme Park are ideal for families.

If you’re a fan of golf, there are plenty of courses to choose from within easy reach of Lostock including Regent Park Golf Course, and Old Links Golf Course, while other sporting places of interest nearby include Macron Stadium and Go Ape Rivington.

For a spot of retail therapy you can go shopping at Crompton Place Shopping Centre or drive to the Trafford Centre in Manchester, while other places of interest nearby include Bolton Town Hall, Queen’s Park and Yarrow Valley Country Park.


If you’re moving to the area with school-age children, it’s good to know that there are lots of great schools to choose from nearby. St Mary's CofE Primary School in Deane, Markland Hill Primary School, Bolton Muslim Girls School and Eden Boys' School Bolton are all rated ‘outstanding’, while independent schools include Clevelands Preparatory School, Bolton School Girls' Division and Bolton School Boys’ Division.

For higher education, you can study for a degree at the University of Bolton or commute to the University of Manchester, the University of Salford or Manchester Metropolitan University.

Getting to Lostock

Lostock is well-connected by both road and rail, with regular services to Manchester and beyond. To get to Lostock, the journey from the centre of Bolton takes between 10 and 15 minutes by car, while the suburb is a 25 minute drive from Wigan, a 35 minute drive or 25 minute train journey from Manchester, and 30 minutes from Preston by car or 25 minutes by train.

When you want to jet off on holiday, you can get to Manchester Airport in just 30 minutes by car, so you don’t have to travel far to catch your flight.