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New Homes in Cheshire

Forming part of North West England’s border with Wales, Cheshire also shares a boundary with DerbyshireGreater Manchester, MerseysideShropshire and Staffordshire. From biggest settlements Warrington and the city of Chester, to smaller rural villages surrounded by pleasant countryside, there are so many possibilities with new builds in Cheshire.

That extends to the county’s attractions too, whether you want to visit castles and notable estates like Tatton Park, take the kids to a theme park or the Jodrell Bank observatory, or go walking through Delamere Forest. You can scope out your next home from our developments in Cheshire below.

  • Kingsbourne


    Waterlode, Nantwich, CW5 5BS
    • 4 and 5 bedroom
    • £355,000 to £510,000
  • Orchard Meadows

    Orchard Meadows

    Dipping Brook Avenue, Appleton, WA4 5AA
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £345,000 to £595,000
  • Sydney Place

    Sydney Place

    Sydney Road, Crewe, CW1 5GW
  • Scholars Place

    Scholars Place

    Hassall Road, Alsager, ST7 2HP
    • 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £112,500 to £530,000
  • Pinewood Park

    Pinewood Park

    Liverpool Road, Formby, L37 6BR
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £325,000 to £520,200
  • Drayton Meadows

    Drayton Meadows

    Blandford Way, Market Drayton, TF9 3QX
  • Galloway Grange

    Galloway Grange

    Dixon Drive, Chelford, SK11 9BU
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £357,000 to £535,500
  • Stanneylands


    Little Stanneylands, Wilmslow, SK9 4ER
    • 4 bedroom
    • From £555,000
  • Pavilion Gardens

    Pavilion Gardens

    Town Lane, Southport, PR8 6PN
    • 1, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £148,700 to £428,500

Living in Cheshire

A characterful part of the North West which offers everything from upmarket villages to traditional market towns and great access to some of Europe’s most exciting cities, buying a new home in Cheshire could be the key to a wonderful way of life. And what better way to begin your new life than by making a great saving on your purchase? This is exactly what you can expect through offers such as our Movemaker scheme, where we could take care of your estate agent fees when you sell your existing home. 

Things to see and do in Cheshire

As a large county which stretches from the Wirral on England’s north west coast towards the Peak District to the east, Cheshire is packed with lots of great things to do. Large parts of the county are very rural, while others are close to major cities like Manchester and Liverpool. The historic city of Chester and all its Roman heritage also lies within Cheshire, where you can blend an afternoon of ancient discovery with a trip to the shops. 

Warrington is part of Cheshire too, where you’ll find kids’ attractions such as the Gulliver’s World theme park, Apple Jacks Adventure Farm and open spaces like Sankey Valley Park. Other natural draws include the atmospheric Delamere Forest, Tatton Park and Dunham Massey, while the Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre is well worth a visit. 


Cheshire is well stocked when it comes to good schools, with Bexton Primary School in Cheshire East ranked as one of the best state primaries in the county. Delamere CofE, Ash Grove Academy in Macclesfield and Wilmslow’s Lacey Green Primary Academy are all among the region’s top choices, along with Sandiway Primary on the edge of Northwich. 

The County High School in Leftwich has been named as the top-performing secondary school in Cheshire in recent years, and like the impressive Tarporley High School and Sixth Form College, is rated as outstanding by Ofsted. The same goes for King's Leadership Academy Warrington, Sandbach High School and Sixth Form College and Macclesfield’s Fallibroome Academy. 

Transport links in Cheshire

The county has a wide selection of bus and rail routes, while major places such as Chester offer park and ride services for getting into the heart of town. The M56 motorway runs east to west from Manchester to the Wirral, while the M6 runs north to south through the centre of the county. Manchester Airport is just to the north of the border, while Liverpool John Lennon Airport is most convenient if you live in the west. 

The Cheshire property market

Certain parts of Cheshire have booming housing markets with luxury properties rife, while others are much more affordable. House prices across the county are slightly higher than the average in England and Wales, while places like Northwich and Nantwich are well stocked with 2, 3 and 4 bedroom semi and detached homes. 

Whether you’re after a family home in the Appleton area of Warrington or a house near the coast in Upton on the Wirral, you can also find everything from 2 bed semis to 4 bed detached homes close to Macclesfield. So use the links below to browse our latest homes in Cheshire, and make sure you ask your adviser about offers like our stress-busting Part Exchange scheme when you give us a call today. 

Help to Buy Cheshire

In Cheshire you can take advantage of Help to Buy North West if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy North West page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.