New Homes Manchester
Welcome to the easy way to find new homes in Manchester and the surrounding area.
Welcome to New Homes in Manchester, the easy way to find new homes in Manchester and the surrounding area. The city of Manchester is located in Greater Manchester and is within commuting distance of Liverpool. Manchester has a population in excess of 470,000 and its famous Old Trafford Centre attracts many visitors each year. If you are looking at new homes in Manchester you may be interested to learn that it has an abundance of primary and secondary schools and is home to the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University. Areas close to Manchester include Oldham, Salford, Sale and Bolton. London is situated 211 miles from Manchester. New homes in Manchester provide the best of both worlds for those seeking the heritage and cultural aspects that only a city like Manchester can offer combined with the benefits of a brand new home in the heart of Greater Manchester.
A dynamic and lively place to live, Manchester offers a big city atmosphere with a friendly and compact centre. Traditional street markets and local pubs are interwoven with trend-setting nightclubs and unique boutiques. The recent completion of high-end retail outlets such as Selfridges and Harvey Nicholls has cemented Manchester’s status as a first rate shopping destination.
Furthermore, the city boasts two successful top-flight football teams, Manchester United and Manchester City FC, as well as an abundance of first rate sporting facilities including an Olympic class swimming and athletics centre.
Manchester's trail-blazing spirit has been brought to life in the form of innovative and futuristic property throughout the city. The city's illustrious past is evident in its trademark monuments and Victorian buildings. Grand properties such as the gothic Town Hall and central library serve as reminders of the city's prosperous and vital role during the industrial revolution.
The city is served by excellent transport links. Internally, rail, metrolink and bus networks serve the city, with special care having been taken to ensure commuting by foot and bike is safe and easy. As a major transport hub for North West, the city has easy access to major road networks, a mainline railway connection and the nearby Manchester International airport provides daily flights to destinations all over the world.
Manchester is also well served by educational facilities, with an abundance of schools and colleges, and is home to two well established universities. Additionally, residential areas are well catered for in the way of community facilities, such as social clubs, churches, shops and contact centres.