New Homes in Hattersley

 

Live the life

Located in the Tameside, just a short drive away from Manchester, Hattersley is a thriving commuter area with lots to see and do nearby. Whether you’re rambling in the Peak District, shopping at the Trafford Centre or discovering exhibits at the Museum of Science and Industry, there’s something for the whole family to see and do close to your new home in Hattersley.

Things to see and do

If you love exploring the great outdoors, Hattersley is only a short drive from the Peak District National Park and Kinder Scout National Nature Reserve, while other natural spaces nearby include Etherow Country Park and Daisy Nook Country Park. There are also a number of National Trust estates to discover nearby, including Lyme Park near Stockport.

For families moving to the area, there are lots of kid-friendly attractions close to Hattersley including the Hat Works in Stockport, Brookside Miniature Railway and the Portland Basin Museum in Ashton-under-Lyne. In Manchester, you’ll find the National Football Museum, the Whitworth Gallery and John Rylands Library.

If you’re a football fan, you can watch Manchester City play at the Etihad Stadium and Manchester United at Old Trafford. The Sale Sharks play their home rugby matches at the AJ Bell Stadium, while Emirates Old Trafford is home to Lancashire County Cricket Club.

Education

If you have school-age children, there are a number of outstanding schools close to Hattersley including St Peter’s Catholic Primary School, Fairfield High School for Girls and Mossley Hollins High School. For older children and adults thinking about studying for a degree, the University of Manchester, the University of Salford and Manchester Metropolitan University are all just a short drive away.

Getting to Hattersley

Whether you’re commuting to work or travelling to see friends and family, it’s good to know that Hattersley is well-connected by road and rail. From central Manchester, the journey to Hattersley takes just 20 minutes by train or 30 minutes by car, while the drive from both Sheffield and Leeds takes under an hour.

From London, you can get to Hattersley in three hours 40 minutes by car or two hours 10 minutes by train to Manchester Piccadilly. When it’s time to jet off on holiday, Manchester Airport is only a 25 minute drive away.