New Homes in Cheshire
A county in North West England that shares a border with Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire and the northern corner of Wales, Cheshire offers plenty of variety and some wonderful places to live. Houses in Cheshire serve up everything from bustling towns and cities, to pleasant villages and highly sought-after leafy neighbourhoods.
From theme parks, castles and historic estates like Tatton Park, to the 55-kilometre Sandstone Trail, Jodrell Bank and expansive Delamere Forest, you’ll never be short of things to do in Cheshire. So take a look at our developments in Cheshire below and pick out your new home today.
Live the Cheshire life
A wide-ranging county where you’ll find traditional villages, old industrial towns and upmarket hotspots in plentiful supply, you can also base yourself in or close to some of the UK’s most vibrant cities when you buy a new home in Cheshire. Doing just that has never been easier, thanks to wonderful schemes like our Part Exchange programme, designed to help you sell your existing home as part of your move with the minimum of fuss.
Things to see and do in Cheshire
This part of the North West is packed with history and culture, not least in handsome county town Chester. A city brimming with Roman heritage, beautiful architecture and a whole host of cultural attractions, you can also spend the day hitting the shops, relaxing in cosy cafes and looking forward to an evening out.
Warrington is Cheshire’s biggest town, and home to popular places like the Gulliver’s World Theme Park and Apple Jacks Adventure Farm. Sankey Valley Park is yet another natural space to explore, while Dunham Massey, Tatton Park and Delamere Forest are further open spaces to enjoy across the county. From days out at the Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre to trips into bustling Manchester and Liverpool, Cheshire has a great selection of things to do for all ages.
There are lots of great schools across the county, with some of the top performers including Bexton Primary School in Cheshire East, Lacey Green Primary Academy in Wilmslow and Macclesfield’s Ash Grove Academy. Delamere CofE and Sandiway Primary are also highly regarded.
At secondary level, the County High School in Leftwich has a superb reputation when it comes to exam results. Tarporley High School and Sixth Form College is outstanding, according to Ofsted, along with Sandbach High School and Sixth Form College, King’s Leadership Academy Warrington and Fallibroome Academy in Macclesfield.
Cheshire transport links
Cheshire may have a lot of rural arwas, but motorways like the M6 and M56 make it easy to get around. There’s a huge array of bus and rail services across the county if you need to rely on public transport, while you can use park and ride services to get into places like Chester. If you have your sights set further afield, Manchester Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport are both within striking distances of the northern and western parts of Cheshire respectively.
The Cheshire property scene
From affordable homes to vast luxury houses for the rich and famous, the Cheshire property market is well varied. Whether you have your eye on Alsager or Sandbach, Congleton, Macclesfield or Northwich, don’t miss our latest offers page for all the information you need about initiatives like the Help to Buy scheme in the North West.
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.