From relaxing spa breaks and beautiful gardens to explore, to stunning stately homes and picturesque countryside. Cheshire is city bursting with must sees. It’s 2000 years of history and spectacular shopping attracts hundreds of tourists each year so is it any wonder that the Cheshire Property Market is a popular choice for many.
Chester city came top of a list of seven Cheshire locations, with just 53% of respondents saying this would be their preferred choice. The other options in Cheshire were as follows: Delamere 12%, Winsford 9%, Congleton 8%, Haslington 7%, Wincham 6%, Daresbury 4%.
There are also plenty of new build homes for sale in Cheshire. From multi-million pound homes to affordable properties, there are lots of options when it comes to finding house and flats in Cheshire.
Laurus Homes are currently developing properties in locations across the county, including the following areas: Winsford, Daresbury, Delamere, Congleton, Haslington, Wincham and Chester.
These housing developments are in progress across the county so now could be a good time to buy. Figures show that house prices across Cheshire are rising, meaning this part of the UK offers a good investment opportunity.
Broken down by types of home, Cheshire property prices were recorded as follows:
- Detached – £398,395 (annual rise of 2.93%)
- Semi-detached – £206,951 (annual rise of 1.92%)
- Terraced – £156,552 (annual rise of 1.21%)
- Flats – £166,890 (annual rise of 4.37%)
It’s also interesting to know that Mottram St.Andrew is the most expensive area in Cheshire, RightMoves figures show. At the other end of the scale, properties in Golborne are worth an average of £120,459.
So why don’t you get #EXPLORINGCHESHIRE and all that it has to offer? There’s family fun such as Chester Zoo, Go Ape! Delamere Forest, Ness Botanic Gardens, Blue Planet Aquarium, Roman Tours and even an Ice Cream Farm, Tattenhall. For those who enjoy shopping there’s McArthur Glen Cheshire Oaks, Ellesmere Port, Grosvenor Shopping Centre, Lady Hayes Craft Centre, Frodsham and more!
Not only that, but many major businesses are based in Cheshire or within a short commute of the county, meaning there are lots of employment opportunities.
More information about the Cheshire Property Market can be found in the infographic below.
Have you been to Cheshire? I’d love to hear your thoughts.
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