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Flacca Court

Discover our well-established private estate located in Field Lane, Tattenhall.

Owners tell us that the special factor that makes Flacca Court an attractive and happy place to live is the estate manager. Our aim is to set the tone, welcome and assist owners to settle into new homes and are on hand for advice or emergencies. Our services are given in a professional manner, without intruding, allowing owners to enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle. Let us take the strain of day-to-day maintenance and security, leaving you to enjoy life.

Beautiful views of the Peckforton Hills, Sport Tattenhall's playing fields and the adjacent bowling green are also part of what makes Flacca Court, built for The English Courtyard Association in 1996, a wonderful place to live. To view our current properties for sale please visit: www.cognatum.co.uk

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