New homes in Crewe

 

Welcome to Crewe

Whether you’re walking through the town’s Victorian park, discovering local history or hopping on the train for quick connections to Manchesterand London, there’s something for everyone to love about living in rel="noopener noreferrer" Crewe. Located in Cheshire and close to the M6, your new home in Crewe not only has excellent transport links, but is close to beautiful countryside, vibrant cities, and everything in between.

A quick history

Crewe is a relatively young town, starting as a small village before people were attracted to the area by the jobs the railway station brought, which was built in the mid-19th century. By 1871, the population had reached 40,000.

During the Second World War, Crewe became a target for German bombs, partly because it was on the flight route to Liverpool and partly because of its engineering and logistical importance. 35 people in the local area were killed over the course of the war, with the most casualties in August 1940.

Business and industry

Crewe has a number of big employers in the local area, especially thanks to its importance to the railway industry. The engineering facility Crewe Works is based in the town, while the biggest employer is Bentley car manufacturers, who have their production facilities in Crewe. Radius Payment Solutions and Bargain Booze are also based in the town, while BAE Systems have a facility nearby in Radway Green.

Things to do in the area

Whether you’re watching the model trains at Crewe Heritage Centre, seeing a play at the Lyceum Theatre or taking the kids to play at Queen’s Park, there’s no shortage of things to see and do in Crewe. If you want to go shopping, there are high street stores at The Market Centre and market stalls in the town centre throughout the week.

If you want to discover some local history, a trip to Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker in Nantwich is a must. For sports fans, Crewe and Nantwich Steamers play rugby league at Barony Park, while Gresty Road is home to Crewe Alexandra Football Club.

For families, there are lots of child-friendly attractions close to Crewe including Alcumlow Hall Farm and Oakhanger Riding and Pony Club Centre in Congleton, and Wheelock Hall Petting Farm in Sandbach.

Travel and commuting

Historically built on the railway industry, Crewe has one of the busiest train stations in the region, with regular services to major towns and cities across the UK including London and Manchester. The town is also close to the M6.

The journey from Crewe to Stoke-on-Trent takes around 20 minutes by car, while Chester and Warrington are just 45 minutes away. To get to Manchester, the train journey to Piccadilly station takes just 40 minutes, while the car journey takes around 50 minutes. Liverpool is 40 minutes away by train or one hour by car, while Birmingham can be reached in one hour.

If you’re travelling to London, the train journey takes one hour 40 minutes from Crewe to Euston. For journeys abroad, Manchester Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport are both easily reached from the town. 

Meadow View

Meadow View

Maw Green Road, Crewe, CREWE, CHESHIRE, CW1 4HH

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Stapeley Gardens

Stapeley Gardens

London Road, Nantwich, NANTWICH, CHESHIRE, CW5 7LH

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  • £392,995 to £529,995
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Gilbert's Cross

Gilbert's Cross

Moss Lane, Elworth, SANDBACH, CHESHIRE, CW11 3WZ

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Kingsbourne

Kingsbourne

Waterlode, Nantwich, NANTWICH, CHESHIRE, CW5 5BS

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  • £74,997 to £384,995
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Scholars Place

Scholars Place

Hassall Road, Alsager, STOKE-ON-TRENT, CHESHIRE, ST7 2HP

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  • £286,995 to £479,995
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Charlotte Place

Charlotte Place

Townfields Road, Winsford, WINSFORD, CHESHIRE, CW7 4AX

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  • £222,995 to £329,995
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Black Firs Park

Black Firs Park

Black Firs Lane, Congleton, CONGLETON, CHESHIRE, CW12 4QQ

  • 2, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £136,495 to £549,995
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Haddington Park

Haddington Park

Nantwich Road, Tarporley, TARPORLEY, CHESHIRE, CW6 9UN

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  • £369,995 to £699,995
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Winnington Village

Winnington Village

Western Way, Northwich, NORTHWICH, CHESHIRE, CW8 4EE

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  • £271,995 to £347,995
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The Mounts

The Mounts

Wellfield Way, Whitchurch, WHITCHURCH, SHROPSHIRE, SY13 4HN

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  • From £435,000
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Galloway Grange

Galloway Grange

Dixon Drive, Chelford, MACCLESFIELD, CHESHIRE, SK11 9AX

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  • £299,995 to £527,995
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Drayton Meadows

Drayton Meadows

Blandford Way (off the A53), Market Drayton, MARKET DRAYTON, SHROPSHIRE, TF9 3QX

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  • £167,500 to £335,000
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The Oaks at Wedgwood Park

The Oaks at Wedgwood Park

Wedgwood Drive, Barlaston, STOKE-ON-TRENT, STAFFORDSHIRE, ST12 9ER

  • 5 bedroom homes
  • £600,000 to £680,000
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The Village at Wedgwood Park

The Village at Wedgwood Park

Wedgwood Drive, Barlaston, STOKE-ON-TRENT, STAFFORDSHIRE, ST12 9ER

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  • £200,000 to £415,000
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Bollin Park

Bollin Park

Adlington Road, Wilmslow, WILMSLOW, CHESHIRE, SK9 2BJ

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  • £1,171,500 to £1,250,000
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Lea View

Lea View

Village Street, Sandymoor, RUNCORN, HALTON, WA7 1XF

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Stanneylands

Stanneylands

Little Stanneylands, Wilmslow, WILMSLOW, CHESHIRE, SK9 4ER

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • £534,500 to £749,500
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St Mary's Gate

St Mary's Gate

Bayswater Square, Stafford, STAFFORD, STAFFORDSHIRE, ST18 0YH

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £250,000 to £375,000
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