New Homes in the North West
Live the life
From lively cities and towns to lovely scenery and coastline, new homes in North West England have it all.
Places like Cheshire, Cumbria, Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside, are all great areas to live in this region.
Things to see and do
Manchester and Liverpool are two of the North West’s most lively cities. Manchester offers great shopping at spots such as the Arndale Centre, the Northern Quarter and Trafford Centre, and is also home to the ground of Premiere League football team Manchester United. Explore the history of the area at one of Manchester’s many museums and attractions.
Liverpool is filled with history and its lovely waterfront architecture plays testament to this. Home of the Fab Four, the Beatles Museum and Cavern Club are popular with music lovers, while the city’s array of venues such as the Echo Arena stage regular performances. Museums such as the Museum of Liverpool and International Slavery Museum offer more history, while shopping can be enjoyed at the Liverpool One shopping centre.
If it’s country life you’re looking for, Cumbria is the right choice for you. Various mountains and lakes offer plenty of places to explore, with Scafell Pike being the Lake District’s highest mountain.
The hills of Lancashire offer more countryside. The Forest of Bowland is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where you can enjoy the moorland. Lancashire is also home to the seaside resort of Blackpool where you can enjoy attractions such as Blackpool Tower, the Pleasure Beach and Blackpool Tower Eye.
Chester is another of the North West’s choices to set up home. Take a walk around its Roman walls, and take in its lovely architecture and enjoy shopping and dining around the city. Chester Zoo is a great attraction of the area, and a great family day out, with over 12,000 animals and over 400 species.
There are a wide variety of schools for children of all ages throughout the North West of England, including primary and secondary school and a variety of colleges making all areas great for families. The Universities of Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool can all be found here too, amongst others.
The North West is served by great transport routes by road, rail or air.
The M6 is the main route through the North West with other major roads including the M62, the M56 and M55.
Those travelling by rail are well served with cities such as Liverpool, Manchester and Chester providing links to the rest of the country. London can be reached from Liverpool in just over two hours, while Edinburgh can be reached from Manchester in three hours and 20 minutes.
Those travelling from further afield can fly from Manchester Airport or Liverpool John Lennon Airport. From here, a number of destinations both domestic and international can be reached.