New Homes for Sale in Crosby, Merseyside
Browse through all the closest new build homes available near Crosby in Merseyside north of Liverpool by clicking on the developments below.
Live the Crosby life
Building sandcastles, splashing in the sea, going for coastal walks and exploring country parks; there’s so much to look forward to if you’re thinking of moving to Crosby. A great place to buy a new home, you can do so with minimum fuss thanks to money-saving offers like our Part Exchange scheme.
Things to see and do in Crosby
Crosby Beach is a beautiful stretch of golden sand, perfect for enjoying sunny days out, relaxing walks or energetic bike rides. Keep an eye out for the 100 cast iron figures dotted along the shore, which form Anthony Gormley’s impressive modern sculpture, Another Place.
Make the most of Rimrose Valley Country Park, found just steps from the waterfront, as well as Lunt Meadows Nature Reserve with its abundant wildlife. With Cabin Hill National Nature Reserve up the coast and Liverpool a short journey in the opposite direction, Crosby delivers the very best in both natural and city life.
Crosby is home to a number of strong schools. For younger children, Great Crosby Catholic Primary lies in the east of town and has been classed as good by Ofsted. Two other local schools have been rated as outstanding by the education board; St Nicholas CofE, just off Blundellsands Road W, and Forefield Community Infant and Nursery School, which is next to Moorside Park.
If your kids are a little older, Crosby High in the north east of town and Chesterfield High in the east have both been judged as good by Ofsted. The same goes for Holy Family Catholic High in neighbouring Thornton and Newfield School, which is a special school that caters for children aged from five to 16.
Crosby transport links
The perks keep on coming, thanks to Crosby’s excellent location within Merseyside. You can drive to Liverpool down the A565 in just 15 minutes, while fellow seaside town Formby is the same distance to the north.
The M57 and M58 motorways both run quite close to town, providing you with access to the M6 and M62, which you can use to drive to Manchester in around 50 minutes. The local train stop is Blundellsands and Crosby railway station, while there are also plenty of bus services you can use to get around.
The Crosby property scene
Property prices in Crosby have seen some excellent growth in recent years, and are significantly higher than the average in Liverpool. Now is the perfect time to snap up a new home in the area, with everything from luxury 2 bedroom terraces to contemporary 3 bed semis and spacious 4 bed detached homes available in the Thornton area.
Your dream home could be even closer than you thought, thanks to our range of attractive offers, including the Government-led Help to Buy. Whether you use this to place just 5% as a deposit, or you’re taking care of your estate agent fees with our Movemaker deal, make sure you ask your adviser for more details.