New homes in Warrington
Sitting in the of England, Warrington is a large town with excellent access to both and . Historically part of but now ceremonially within , houses in Warrington give you excellent access to the M56 and M62 motorways, which connect to .
With the Trafford Centre nearby for all your shopping needs, and local attractions including the Gulliver’s World kids’ theme park and Moore Nature Reserve, start exploring our developments closest to Warrington below.
Live the Warrington life
A large town with plenty going for it, including its great location along the River Mersey, choosing a new house in Warrington may well prove an excellent decision. Even more so when you take up one of our great offers such as our Part Exchange scheme, where we act as a guaranteed buyer on your existing property.
Things to see and do in Warrington
With cultural hotspots Liverpool and Manchester both close by, the centre of town offers attractions such as Bank Park and the Warrington Museum and Art Gallery. Just north of town you’ll find the exciting Gulliver’s World theme park, perfect for a day out with your little ones.
From Norton Priory Museum and Gardens to Walton Hall and Apple Jacks Adventure Farm, you can also make the most of natural spaces such as Sankey Valley Park, Risley Moss, the Mersey Forest and Moore Nature Reserve.
One of the best local schools is the King’s Leadership Academy, which you can find to the east of the town centre in Woolston. Classed as outstanding by Ofsted, the mixed state school has a sixth form and caters for children aged 11 to 18.
If you’re looking for good options for younger children, then Bruche Primary School in the Paddington catchment area is well worth checking out, along with Callands Community Primary School which lies to the north of town and is rated as outstanding by Ofsted.
Warrington transport links
Superbly connected, Warrington offers you an excellent location within the North West. It’s close to three major motorways - the M6, M56 and M62, with Liverpool and Manchester both around half an hour’s drive away. Trains from Warrington Bank Quay take a similar amount of time, while the town has another central station and plenty of bus routes. It also benefits from being close to two major international airports, Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport.
The Warrington property scene
Warrington has a strong property scene thanks to its convenient location, although you’re likely to find you can get more for your money on the outskirts of town compared to suburbs of Manchester and Liverpool. This is certainly the case with the large 4 and 5 bedroom detached homes available in Stretton a few miles south of Warrington town centre.
If you’d like to live on the edge of the famous Cheshire countryside, then the Appleton area could be perfect with its great schools, proximity to the M56 and choice of 2,3 and 4 bed homes. Whatever you decide on, ensure you get the most out of your purchase by choosing one of our money-saving offers such as our Movemaker scheme.
Help to Buy Warrington
In Warrington 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.