New Homes in Prescot, Merseyside
Boasting a superb location within the North West, Prescot is a Merseyside town just eight miles from the centre of Liverpool. Closer still to Knowsley and St Helens, new homes in Prescot are less than 10 miles from Warrington and Widnes.
Whether you’re heading to Chester for the day, commuting into Manchester or exploring the range of attractions across the wider region, you can even pop over to the seaside for the day or enjoy long walks along the Wirral. An appealing area for so many reasons, don’t miss our developments closest to Prescot below.
Live the Prescot life
Well-connected and with a host of attractions for the whole family nearby, Prescot is a fantastic place to call home. And thanks to programs like our popular Part Exchange scheme, buying your new property could be far easier than you ever imagined. With this, we could perform the role of a guaranteed buyer for your existing home if you have one to sell as part of your move.
Things to see and do in Prescot
Although the town centre offers cultural draws such as Prescot Museum, the area’s most famous attraction is undoubtedly Knowsley Safari Park. A great activity for the family, the park is heavily involved in conservation projects and will give your little ones a day out that’s both fun and educational.
Just south of town you’ll find the beautiful Stadt Moers Park with its walking paths and lake, while Prescot reservoir is even closer to home. From horse riding at Burrows Lane Farm to sports at Woodbank Activity Centre and a selection of local golf courses, there’s plenty going on next door in St Helens too – not to mention neighbouring Liverpool and Manchester.
Prescot’s choice of schools includes Our Lady’s Catholic Primary, Evelyn Community Primary and St Mary and St Paul’s CofE, which are all rated as good by Ofsted. Eccleston Lane Ends Primary is in the highest bracket and deemed outstanding, while the local secondary is the Prescot School. Other choices nearby include Saint Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic High, De La Salle School and Rainhill High.
Prescot transport links
Prescot is conveniently located for junction 2 of the M57, as well as junction 6 of the M62. Both Liverpool and Warrington are only around 20 minutes away in the car, while it’s double that to Manchester. The town’s train station is just off Bridge Road and offers services into Liverpool which take less than 20 minutes, while it’s around an hour over to Manchester.
The Prescot property scene
Prescot has a thriving property market, which has seen plenty of investment in recent years. Not least with our centrally located new build homes you’ll find along Manchester Road, only a couple of hundred metres from the train station. Wherever you want to buy your new home, don’t miss offers like the Government-backed Help To Buy in the North West to get the best value out of your move.