Move to Manchester's hottest suburb. Awarded the Sunday Times Best Place To Live 2020, Altrincham boasts a vibrant bar and restaurant scene, a renowned market and a host of boutique shops. Ideally located for Manchester and beyond.
Awarded by The Sunday Times
Manchester city centre and airport
Primary and secondary schools
Food & drink destination
Altrincham’s revitalised town centre has become its own suburban culture bubble making it one of Manchester's most desirable neighbourhoods.
With outstanding schools, green spaces and a vibrant shopping and cultural scene, it's no surprise that house prices are on the up, increasing by 15% in the last 5 years.
Altrincham's revival has helped it to become one of the country’s most happening neighbourhoods. It’s a localised renaissance, now considered the gold standard for town centre regeneration which has bolstered the local economy and transformed Altrincham.
Awarded UK High Street of the Year in 2018, Altrincham encompasses an eclectic mix of top high street brands and independent retail offerings, including the Stamford Quarter shopping centre and recently redeveloped Market House to create an outstanding retail experience.
Manchester, the UK’s ‘second city’ and the capital of the North. One of the fastest growing destinations in Europe, with a city centre economy forecast to be worth more than £6bn annually by 2025.
Unique culture, a reputation for innovation, and excellent transport links, Manchester is a favourite for businesses, and has been given the stamp of approval from 85 of the FTSE 100 businesses who now have an office in the city.
And it’s not just businesses drawn to Manchester, the city was named most liveable in the UK in the Economist’s ‘Global Liveability Index 2019’, for the 9th year in a row.
This all equates to skyrocketing commercial and residential property development.