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  • Detached house for sale

    Broseley Lane, Kenyon, Warrington WA3

    9

    Leigh Hall is a stunning residence located adjacent and overlooking the prestigious Leigh Golf Club, within the popular semi rural village of Culcheth, Cheshire, with its horseshoe driveway ... read more

    Miller Metcalfe - Culcheth

    Miller Metcalfe - Culcheth

    • Golf Course
    • Investor Opportunity
  • Detached house for sale

    Park Lane, Higher Walton, Warrington WA4

    5 3 4

    Property number 41344. Click the "Request Details" button, submit the form and we'll text & email you within minutes, day or night. Why pay for a call? Formerly the hunting kennels for the ... read more

    Visum

    Visum

  • Detached house for sale

    Winwick Lane, Warrington WA3

    5 4 3

    Fully refurbished five bedroom detached family home, set on 1.7 acres of land with swimming pool, stables and annex with the potential for many business uses. The property would be perfect ... read more

    Purplebricks, Head Office

    Purplebricks, Head Office

  • Detached house for sale

    Alder Lane, Burtonwood, Warrington WA5

    4

    A unique home mixing historical character with modern luxury. 222 Estates brings to the market, with great pleasure, this unique imposing home. Stoneyard Cottages was originally composed of ... read more

    222 Estates

    222 Estates

  • Detached house for sale

    Heath Road, Penketh, Warrington WA5

    5

    Courtyard are pleased to offer for sale this newly built detached, state of the art 'smart' home benefits from a multitude of technology, including remote garage doors, independent TV, music ... read more

    Courtyard Property Consultants

    Courtyard Property Consultants

  • Detached house for sale

    Twiss Green Lane, Culcheth, Warrington WA3

    4

    Located on one of Culcheth's most sought after roads is this beautiful Georgian style period detached house set in stunning landscaped gardens extending to approximately 3/4 acre with ... read more

    Ashtons Estate Agency - Culcheth

    Ashtons Estate Agency - ...

  • Detached house for sale

    Whitbarrow Road, Lymm WA13

    4 2 2

    Delightful detached four bedroom house in A sought after location with A glorious south facing rear garden and access to the bridgewater canal towpath. A totally unique and bespoke built ... read more

    Banner & Co

    Banner & Co

  • Detached house for sale

    Mustard Lane, Croft, Warrington WA3

    5

    This impressive family home offers versatile living accommodation alongside extensive private gardens of approximately an acre. With electric gates allowing access, the property is ... read more

    Miller Metcalfe - Culcheth

    Miller Metcalfe - Culcheth

    • Tennis Court
    • Rural Setting
  • Detached house for sale

    Lady Lane, Croft, Warrington WA3

    5

    A simply stunning example of a Victorian property built to an exacting standard with many fine original features rarely found in homes today. Occupying a generous private plot with beautiful ... read more

    Miller Metcalfe - Culcheth

    Miller Metcalfe - Culcheth

    • Rural Setting
    • Period Property
  • Detached house for sale

    The Old Rectory, Lady Lane, Croft, Warrington WA3

    5

    Period detached residence - large established grounds - sought after location - semi rural village location.. This delightful period style detached residence enjoys a wealth of charm and ... read more

    Cowdel Clarke Ltd

    Cowdel Clarke Ltd

  • Property for sale

    Turret Hall Cottage, Stone Pit Lane, Warrington WA3

    4 2 3

    FastMove Properties are Especially pleased to offer to the market this Luxurious Characteristic Cottage with Equestrian facilities. This Fantastic property benefits from Gas Central Heating, ... read more

    FastMove Properties

    FastMove Properties

  • Detached house for sale

    Hob Hey Lane, Culcheth, Warrington WA3

    4

    Located on one of Culcheth’s most sought-after roads, lies this Period detached property, which offers modern family living, while still retaining many of the property’s original features ... read more

    Miller Metcalfe - Culcheth

    Miller Metcalfe - Culcheth

  • Detached house for sale

    Cinder Lane, Thelwall, Warrington, Cheshire WA4

    5 4 3

    Description Are you looking to escape to the country? This beautiful home boasts original features and character throughout. With five double bedrooms and four reception rooms this property ... read more

    Mark Antony Estates

    Mark Antony Estates

  • Semi-detached house for sale

    Victoria Road, Grappenhall, Warrington WA4

    5

    Situated within the Grappenhall conservation area is this extended and immaculately presented five bedroom Edwardian semidetached family home. The accommodation has been restored and ... read more

    Ashtons Estate Agency - Stockton Heath

    Ashtons Estate Agency - ...

  • Detached house for sale

    Kenyon Lane, Culcheth WA3

    4 3 4

    Superb opportunity to acquire this deceptively spacious 4 bedroom detached home in the heart of open countryside ~ occupying approximately half acre plot~ attached two single garages ~ manual ... read more

    P L M

    P L M

  • Detached house for sale

    Walton Road, Stockton Heath, Warrington WA4

    4 3 4

    Distinctive detached residence - elegantly retaining features throughout - four reception rooms - highly sought after location - gardens to all elevations, Ivy Lea is a superb detached house ... read more

    Cowdel Clarke Ltd

    Cowdel Clarke Ltd

  • Detached house for sale

    Yew Tree Lane, Appleton Thorn, Warrington WA4

    4 2 4

    Located on a private gated road - substantial detached residence - corner plot position on 0.3ACRE of land - four reception rooms -breakfast kitchen- 38ft garage with office space. This ... read more

    Cowdel Clarke Ltd

    Cowdel Clarke Ltd

  • Detached house for sale

    Ashberry Drive, Appleton Thorn, Warrington, Cheshire WA4

    5 1 3

    This stylish five bedroom detached family home has been extended by the current owners and boasts a secluded position tucked away on a gated plot at the heart of a popular residential estate ... read more

    Bridgfords - Stockton Heath Sales

    Bridgfords - Stockton ...

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  • Semi-detached house for sale

    Belvoir Road, Walton, Warrington WA4

    4 2 3

    Stunning period semi on A corner plot- highly regarded location - beautifully presented accommodation - blend of traditional features with A contemporary twist - superb 28' dining kitchen / ... read more

    Cowdel Clarke Ltd

    Cowdel Clarke Ltd

  • Detached house for sale

    Mustard Lane, Croft WA3

    4

    A stunning detached family home that has been beautifully maintained and extended to create impressive, spacious accommodation behind a beautiful Georgian façade. The heart of the home is the ... read more

    Ashtons Estate Agency - Culcheth

    Ashtons Estate Agency - ...

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Living in Warrington: The Local Area Guide

Warrington is a major industrial town in the North West of England, in the county of Cheshire. Despite sitting with two major metropolises (Liverpool and Manchester) it is a big economic, cultural, and historical hub and for the area, and has been for many centuries.

Its position at an easy crossing point of the River Mersey meant the Romans saw it as a vital stronghold, and this continued into the time of the Saxons and through the Middle Ages, when it was a major market town. Warrington played a large role in the England Civil War, and Oliver Cromwell himself is said to have spent time there. The physical evidence can be seen by all with the marks of cannon balls on the parish church.

The Industrial Revolution changed the town very quickly into an important urban centre. It grew to include other nearby settlements and the introduction of the railway further improved its economic impact on the world. In particular textiles, tanning, brewing and steel production made Warrington famous past the Revolution and through the two World Wars. Even today it is a big player in the light industry, technology and distribution sectors.

Don’t be fooled by its industrial importance into thinking it is a concrete monstrosity, though. Warrington has some famously attractive architecture, gardens and it still retains its market town appeal.

Demographics

Warrington’s population is just over 200,000 according to the latest census. It has an even male/female split and a mean age of 39.5, which is very slightly above the English mean age of 39.3. The median age is a little higher at 40. There are, however, more children than is the average in other English towns.

Warrington’s strong economic history continues today. It is relatively well off in terms of employment, home ownership, and social grade. Just 3.3% of people claim Jobseeker’s Allowance, which is lower than commonly found in the North, and only 13% of people claim any kind of benefit which is lower than the national average.

In terms of social grade, it also does well. When ranked by the occupation of the main household earner, around 25% of households belong to grade AB and nearly a third to C1, both figures being significantly higher than the averages for the North and England as a whole. Only a little over 40% of households are classified as C2 or DE. This may be related to the fairly high levels of education in Warrington.

Over 70% of households are owner occupied, reflecting the economic prosperity and relatively low house prices of Warrington. For England, that rate is just over 60%. Only 10% of households are rented privately, less than the English average. Furthermore, self-reported states of health are impressive. More than half of people describe their health as ‘very good’ and another third as ‘good’.

Education

Warrington’s parents have an expansive selection of schools to choose to send their children to. 69 primary schools feed into 14 high schools, which feed into a handful of further education colleges.

Great Sankey High School, in particular, stands out. It is co-educational, has its own sixth form and despite its enormous size of over 1800 pupils, it has consistently impressed inspectors from Ofsted and has been awarded ‘Outstanding’ ratings regularly.

For further education, Priestly Sixth Form and Warrington Collegiate are both popular, and for higher education, the University of Chester has a campus in Warrington.

Transport

Warrington’s railway was introduced at the height of its industrial influence and still offers fantastic links for travelers and commuters. There are two primary stations: Bank Quay, which sits on the West Coast Main Line running between Glasgow and London, and Central which is on the Manchester to Liverpool line.

For motorists, Warrington is also well connected. It has major motorways in several different directions including the M6, M56, and M62.

Amenities and Shopping

Warrington manages to compete with the major cities of Manchester and Liverpool in terms of retail.

The modernised town centre is full of recognisable high street brands, fashionable retailers and independent artisan stores of all types. These are scattered among large shopping malls and through Horsemarket Street, Bridge Street, Buttermarket Street and Sankey Street (which all intersect at Market Gate).

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