New Homes in Congleton, Cheshire
Set deep into the Cheshire countryside, Congleton lies within a beautiful part of the North West. With the River Dane flowing through town and pretty natural landscapes all around, new homes in Congleton are also conveniently located for Manchester, which is just over 20 miles north.
Congleton is even closer to Stoke and Crewe, while Macclesfield is just over 15 minutes away in the car. Whether you’re drawn to the transport links, the natural beauty or the selection of local schools, search below to reveal our latest developments near Congleton.
Live the Congleton life
Boasting an attractive location surrounded by beautiful Cheshire countryside, Congleton is a place which offers you a pleasant way of life. We can also offer you a great deal when you buy your new home in this area, thanks to incentives like our scheme. With this, we could be your guaranteed buyer if you have a home to sell as part of your move, releasing you from any chains and pricey estate agents’ fees.
Things to see and do in Congleton
Congleton has a welcoming town centre which is home to a range of shops, restaurants and pubs, as well as a local museum and the historic Bridestones. Go for a walk along the River Dane which flows through Congleton Park, where you’ll also find an enclosed kids’ play area, wooded walking trails, sports facilities and some pretty gardens.
Astbury Mere lies on the south west edge of town, providing a stunning backdrop for walks and jogs, while the lake is also surrounded by a country park which is popular among dog walkers. With the Dane-in-Shaw Pastures, Greenway Bank Country Park and Knypersley Reservoir all nearby, Congleton is also conveniently located for the Peak District.
There are some solid educational choices in town if you have kids to think of. Marlfields Primary is rated as good by Ofsted, while Saint Mary’s Catholic Primary is classed as outstanding. The local secondary is Eaton Bank Academy, which is a mile from the town centre just off Macclesfield Road and also good according to Ofsted.
Congleton transport links
Congleton’s train station is to the south east of the town centre along Park Lane. Services to Stoke take just over 10 minutes, while it’s only 40 minutes into Manchester city centre. The M6 motorway is a 15-minute drive west from Congleton, while the town is less than 20 miles from Manchester Airport. That’s a journey of less than half an hour in the car.
The Congleton property scene
House prices in Congleton are similar to the national average and helped by the town’s status as a pleasant place to live within Cheshire. They’re also helped by some excellent properties within the area, ranging from vast farmhouses with outbuildings and acres of land, to affordable flats in the heart of town.You can also find beautiful 3 and 4 bedroom semi and detached homes along Black Firs Lane in the Somerford area on the outskirts of Congleton. With great new properties also available in neighbouring places like Sandbach and Macclesfield, don’t miss like our scheme for a helping hand with buying your new home.