Cheshire Life - - Let’s Move To… Stockport -

With lovely sub­urbs to suit ev­ery in­come and ex­cel­lent trans­port links, it’s no won­der Stock­port has the golden ticket for some buy­ers.

‘There is some­thing for ev­ery bud­get in­clud­ing a di­verse mix of pe­riod prop­er­ties - Vic­to­rian ter­races and grandiose de­tached homes - to quaint coach houses and cot­tages,’ says Adam Sibiga, branch man­ager at Gas­coigne Hal­man es­tate agents. ‘Part of the charm and ap­peal is plenty of good qual­ity shops, trendy bou­tiques, upmarket cafes, bars, delis, tra­di­tional pubs and restau­rants.

‘The lo­ca­tion and ex­cel­lent road and rail net­works are an­other rea­son why peo­ple are choos­ing to live here. Manch­ester is just a stone’s throw away and Lon­don only about two hours on the train.’

‘Red­dish, Daven­port and Heaton Nor­ris are sub­urbs which hold a lot of ap­peal to young pro­fes­sion­als.

The price bracket is lower than other ar­eas and for those who are look­ing at get­ting on the prop­erty mar­ket it’s much more achiev­able whilst still be­ing near the ma­jor cities and coun­try­side,’ he con­tin­ues.

So there’s some­thing to suit ev­ery­one.

Stock­port Town Hall; the iconic Robin­son Brew­ery

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