Location, Location, Location - Cheshire
Cheshire is a county filled with quintessentially, quaint English towns, villages and a cosmopolitan city brimming with elegance and charm. Cheshire is a highly sought after location due to the attraction of affluent areas in the ‘golden triangle’ like Alderley Edge with it’s fine dining, boutiques, breath-taking views and family attractions including Chester Zoo, Blue Planet Aquarium and Gulliver’s World.
If you’re after a location with character Chester city has a plethora of it; with one of the best preserved walled Roman cities in the UK and just a stone’s throw away over the Welsh border there is an amazing collection of ancient castles such as Capesthorne Hall or Tatton Park with its scenic lake and roaming deer.
If luxurious relaxation is more to your taste, Cheshire has an array of opulent spas and golf resorts. Peckforton Castle is perfect for a relaxing weekend or Cottons spa in Knutsford with its outdoor jacuzzi for the ultimate unwinding experience,
When it comes to an English pub serving really great ales and traditional food Cheshire is home to The Three Greyhounds in Knutsford and copious great restaurants and bistros. Simon Rimmer from ‘Sunday Brunch’ has two restaurants in both Didsbury and Hale, whilst Simon Radley has Michelin Starred restaurant at The Grosvenor Chester, and nearby Manchester is the UK’s new food hub, outgrowing London with the number of new openings each week.
Whilst maintaining its rural and tranquil setting, Cheshire is also well connected to the rest of the UK. Crewe has the fastest train route to London at only 1.5 hours and soon set to be the home of HS2. Manchester, Chester and Liverpool are also within easy commute times from the quaintest villages and Manchester airport is there to connect to the rest of the world.
So, with six locations across the Cheshire county from Weaver Grange in Moulton to The Views in Billinge we are well positioned to find you that dream home in your dream location.
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