Archway Homes' development, Boundary Park, is conveniently located just two miles from the historic centre of Chester. The Boundary Lane location, which is the only urban street in England and Wales where the border runs down the middle of the road, is situated in Higher Saltney. More commonly known by local people as "Top Saltney", Boundary Park is on the east side of the street, in Cheshire. Just across the road, on the west side of the street, the homes form part of the Welsh sector of the community, known more specifically as Saltney Town.
Saltney itself has an excellent range of local amenities, including two local supermarkets and a local retail park within walking distance. There are three churches catering for all denominations, along with a local community centre which hosts a range of activities. It is also home to Saltney Town FC, which was formed in 2010.
The increasingly popular Broughton Retail Park is in easy reach as well as the comprehensive range of recreational, cultural, historic, retail and employment facilities of Chester and the surrounding area.
For families with children in Saltney there are several good rated primary schools close by. St David's High School and Queen's Park High School are the local secondary schools, one on the Welsh side of the border and the other in England. Families with younger children are also well catered for with a variety of child minders, pre-schools, and day nurseries within a short distance, offering day care from three months to school age.
Saltney is ideally placed for commuting to both Chester and North Wales, with the A55, A483 and M53 motorway link all easily accessible. Public transport is available with regular bus services into Chester and rail connections from Chester station which offer efficient mainline services to London, Manchester, Liverpool and beyond.