New homes in Great Sankey
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A suburb of Warrington in North West England, Great Sankey is a popular and sought after area to live in.
Within easy reach of the Cheshire countryside, buying a new home in Great Sankey is great for commuters, with Liverpool, Manchester and Chester all less than an hour away.
Things to see and do
With a leisure centre, shops and restaurants on your doorstep, Great Sankey has various facilities for all your everyday needs.
For more choice, Warrington is just two miles away. Here you’ll find the Golden Square shopping centre which features a number of high street favourites and food outlets.
The area is also great for sports fans. Warrington is known for its rugby and fans can watch the local Warrington Wolves throughout the season.
Great Sankey is around 25 minutes from Liverpool. Music fans can visit the Beatles Museum and Cavern Club where the Fab Four started their career, while shoppers can enjoy the stores at Liverpool One. The architecture of the waterfront can be enjoyed with a boat trip on the River Mersey, while a large selection of museums and galleries such as the Tate Liverpool, World Museum and International Slavery Museum provide a detailed look at the area’s history. You’ll also find lots of restaurants, bars and pubs to enjoy once evening falls.
Great Sankey is served by several primary schools, while Great Sankey High School is the local secondary school.
For those wanting to go on to higher education and study in the area, the University of Liverpool and Manchester are less than an hour away, with the University of Chester offering a further option, with a campus in Warrington.
Sitting close to the M62, Great Sankey has great transport links. It’s on the A57 which links it to the motorway at junction 7, and several of the North West’s major roads can be reached within 30 minutes.
For those travelling by train, Warrington Bank Quay offers frequent services and connections to destinations around the country. From here, Liverpool can be reached in 48 minutes, Manchester in 37 minutes, Chester in 27 minutes and London in one hour and 53 minutes.
The nearest airports are Liverpool John Lennon and Manchester Airport (both 22 minutes) both providing domestic and international flights.