New Homes in Wilmslow
Living in Wilmslow
You can look forward to settling down in a picturesque Cheshire town when you buy a new home in Wilmslow, which is a spot with more than just looks going for it. You’ll find out more about that below, while you can head over to our latest offers page to read more about exciting schemes such as our Part Exchange arrangement.
Things to see and do in Wilmslow
With a pleasant town centre that’s great for a coffee and a bite during the day or a meal and drinks come the evening, the Carrs is a nice park where you can pick up the trail of the River Bollin for some family walks. Doing so to the north will bring you to Quarry Bank, a historic National Trust-owned working mill which was originally built in 1784.
Lindow Common is the place to go if you have a dog or just fancy a stroll, while Styal Country Park is perfect for stretching your legs a little further. If you have kids to tire out then Energi Leisure Park’s trampolines could fit the bill, while the hands-on Runway Visitor Park Education Centre is an interesting aviation museum at nearby Manchester Airport.
There’s a great choice of schools in Wilmslow for your children to attend. Lacey Green Primary and Ashdene Primary are both rated as outstanding by Ofsted, while St Anne’s Fulshaw CofE and Gorsey Bank Primary are also good. The local secondary, Wilmslow High School, is also classed as good by the education board.
Transport links in Wilmslow
Wilmslow’s train station is just a short stroll from the centre of town along Station Road, close to where Manchester Road and Alderley Road meet. Trains into Manchester take just 20 minutes, which could be ideal for the daily commute. Manchester Airport is only around four miles away, while the M56 motorway is only a 10-minute drive from the centre of town.
The Wilmslow property market
Wilmslow is a highly desirable place to live, which is reflected in the local property market. House prices are significantly higher than the national average, although properties do range from affordable 1 bedroom flats right the way through to vast detached homes with huge gardens.
You can also find spacious 3 and 4 bedroom homes along Stanneylands Road, as well as some superb houses in neighbouring Macclesfield. So take a look at what’s happening in the local area, and give us a call today to discuss your move. When you do, we could also talk you through your options when it comes to things like the Government’s popular Help to Buy scheme.