New Homes in Cheshire
From green countryside to charming towns and villages, the county of Cheshire offers a great option for a new home.
Located to the south of Manchester, Cheshire offers exciting new homes for sale in the areas of Crewe, Northwich, Runcorn, Sandbach, Stapeley, Widnes, Winsford.
Bordered by Merseyside to the north, Derbyshire to the east and Wales to the West, you’ll be spoilt for choice with places to visit, from lively cities to fascinating towns and unspoilt landscapes.
And with such a convenient location, commuting to the regions surrounding areas is made easy with great transport links.
Things to do
Shoppers will love the eclectic mix of options available to them. The city of Chester has a collection of designer stores and high street favourites offering great browsing territory, alongside the ancient walls of the historic city. Chester also has great dining and entertainment options as well as an attractive river, historic cathedral and zoo featuring 1,200 animals.
Cheshire’s Peak District is great for walkers, with nearly 100 miles of lovely scenery. A great way to spend a sunny weekend with friends and a picnic, it’s impressive through all seasons with moody landscapes and colourful views.
A great selection of attractions across the region promise something for everyone. The Lion’s Salt Works in Northwich is one of the country’s newest attractions and documents the story of salt through interactive exhibits. The £10million project also features a ‘subsiding house’ and allows visitors to experience the huge steam clouds once produced by the site.
The National Waterways Museum in Ellesmere Port is a further attraction displaying boats from a bygone era. With its waterside location, a trip here allows you to take a boat trip through an industrial landscape and explore traditional narrow boats.
For those preparing to go on to further education, there are three universities based in Cheshire: the University of Chester, the Crewe campus of Manchester Metropolitan University and the Chester campus of The University of Law.
Cheshire has great transport links both in the local area and further afield.
The county is well served by trains, with the main railway line through the county being the West Coast main line.
Several trains have stops at Crewe and Warrington on their way to London and Scotland. From here you can get trains to a number of destinations around the country such as Manchester, Liverpool, the East Coast, Birmingham and Cardiff.
Cheshire has easy access to a number of key roads including the M6, M62, M53 and M56 motorways with 23 interchanges and four service stations.
Both Manchester and Liverpool John Lennon Airport are within easy reach of Cheshire.
From here you can enjoy a number of domestic and international flights.