New Homes in St Helens
Famous for its local rugby team, St Helens also boasts a couple of interesting museums, a selection of parks and close proximity to Knowsley Safari Park. With Carr Mill Dam and Windleshaw Abbey also nearby, don’t miss out on our latest developments near St Helens below.
Live the St Helens life
A large town offering plenty to do both at its heart and in the surrounding countryside, there are lots of reasons why you may be thinking of buying a house in St Helens. You can add another of these to your list when you pick out one of our latest offers. Our Movemaker scheme is just one of these and could save you thousands of pounds on estate agents’ fees if you have a home to sell as part of your move.
Things to see and do in St Helens
St Helens has a number of interesting cultural attractions to explore, including the North West Museum of Road Transport. Peer into a universe of interesting exhibits at the World of Glass, and support the town’s famous rugby league team at one of their home games. You could throw a ball around yourself at Taylor Park, although the kids’ playgrounds, cafe and lakeside walks should provide plenty of entertainment anyway.
There are lots more natural spaces to enjoy in the surrounding area, including Clock Face Country Park, Colliers Moss Common and the Duckeries. Go walking along Carr Mill Damn and up Billinge Hill for lots of wonderful views, visit Siding Lane Nature Reserve and take the kids to the conservation-orientated Knowsley Safari Park.
If you’re moving as a family or are planning to start one, you’ll be pleased to hear there are several good schools across St Helens. St Mary and St Thomas’ CofE, Parish CofE and Rivington Primary are among the town’s selection of outstanding primary schools, while Cowley International College and St Cuthbert’s Catholic High are good local secondaries.
St Helens transport links
St Helens is just off the A580, which you can use to drive into the centre of Liverpool in less than half an hour. The town isn’t far from the M6 and M62 motorways, with Manchester just over half an hour away along the latter. With Warrington only around 20 minutes away, St Helens is also only half an hour from Liverpool Lime Street via train.
The St Helens property scene
St Helens has proven to be a great place to invest in recent years. You can do just that along Manchester Road on the south west outskirts of town, where you’ll find our collection of stylish new build houses.
We can help you find your perfect new home today, so give us a call to book an appointment. And when you do, make sure you ask your adviser about the Help To Buy in the North West scheme for some extra support with your move.