New Homes in Warrington
New Homes in Warrington
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Situated between Manchester and Liverpool and with a population of more than 200,000, Warrington is a large Cheshire town with good commuter links to nearby major cities. Surrounded by countryside yet within easy reach of first-rate amenities, residents of Warrington enjoy the best of both rural and city life.
Places of interest
Warrington Town Hall is a majestic 18th century building situated in the centre near Bank Park - a public space which boasts bowling greens, floral displays and a pavilion.
Other historic attractions include Warrington Transporter Bridge, the only remaining rail transporter bridge in the world. The steel structure, which stretches across the River Mersey, is protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
In the town, the Warrington Museum & Art Gallery covers a wide range of subjects, including social history and natural science. As Warrington’s largest threatre, Pyramid & Parr Hall welcomes a wide range of theatrical productions and national touring shows.
Set in the Cheshire countryside, Warrington is surrounded by outdoor attractions. Nearby to the town, Walton Hall and Gardens is home to 32 acres of Green Flag parkland, while Woolston Park, Sankey Valley Park, Orford Park give a chance to relax. For the children, Gulliver’s World theme park is an action-packed day out.
Sport is also prominent in Warrington. Warrington Wolves, play rugby league at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Warrington is home to the University of Chester campus in the suburb of Padgate. The town is also within easy reach of numerous high-ranking universities in Liverpool and Manchester.
Bordered by the M6, M56 and M62, Warrington has excellent transport links by car. The town’s train station, Warrington Central, also offers good regular connections to nearby towns and cities.
Commuting to either Liverpool or Manchester is straightforward. Liverpool is just 35 minutes away by car along the M62 or 45 minutes by train from Warrington Central to Liverpool Lime Street.
Manchester is slightly quicker to reach, taking 22 minutes by train to Manchester Piccadilly or 35 minutes by car along the M62, heading east.
Other major cities are also within easy reach of Warrington. A car journey takes one hour 10 mins to Leeds, one hour 30 minutes to Sheffield and one hour 30 minutes to Birmingham.
The fastest way to reach London from Warrington is by train. There are direct, hourly Virgin trains to London Euston which take one hour 52 minutes.