New Houses in Ellesmere Port
On the southern banks
of the River Mersey in the , Ellesmere Port is a town close to the county’s border with . Just six miles from and not much further from , new homes in Ellesmere Port are less
than half an hour’s drive from and 40 minutes from .
From shopping trips at Cheshire Oaks, to relaxing riverside walks through Rivacre Valley Country Park and afternoons at Gowy Meadows Nature Reserve, there’s plenty to keep you busy nearby. So don’t wait around, choose your new home from our developments in the Ellesmere Port area below.
Live the Ellesmere Port life
As a pleasant port town and commercial hub, Ellesmere Port is a great place to buy a new home. Particularly when you take advantage of an initiative such as our Part Exchange scheme. With this, we could buy your existing home from you, meaning you save a small fortune on estate agent fees. You’ll also enjoy a much more relaxing move, with the pressure of selling your home lifted from your shoulders.
Things to see and do in Ellesmere Port
Ellesmere Port is among the best spots in the North West for those who love spending time outdoors. Rivacre Valley Country Park is right on the edge of town by the River Mersey, while there are countless walks on offer across the Wirral. Pick up the Wirral Way on foot or bike, go walking around the 166-hectare Gowy Meadows Nature Reserve and let the dog loose among the ancient woodland of Stanney Woods.
The Wales Coast Path begins close to Ellesmere Port, which is home to the interesting National Waterways Museum and Whitby Park with its play areas and skatepark. The Blue Planet Aquarium is a local highlight, along with Freedome Parks and shopping trips to Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet.
There are a number of excellent primary schools in and around Ellesmere Port, making this a great place to start a family. Wolverham Primary and Nursery School, Whitby Heath Primary and Meadow Community Primary are all rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Meanwhile, local secondary schools include Ellesmere Port CofE College, Ellesmere Port Catholic High and the Whitby High School.
Ellesmere Port transport links
Offering superb access to the M53 and M56 motorways, Ellesmere Port is just over 20 minutes in the car from the centre of Liverpool and double that from Manchester. You can also drive to Warrington in less than half an hour, while there’s a great selection of local train stations which provide Merseyrail and Northern services. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is on the opposite bank of the Mersey, taking around half an hour to reach by car or taxi.
The Ellesmere Port property scene
Ellesmere Port has proven to be a great area to invest in a home in recent years. Ordinarily, there’s a very strong stock of housing available to suit a wide variety of budgets, while you can find our latest properties along Sutton Way close to the centre of town.
Our advisers are waiting to take your call about buying a new home in the area, while they can also tell you more about offers such as the Help To Buy in the North West arrangement when you get in touch today.