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01 February 2016
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01 November 2015
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03 October 2015
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Bramhall is an attractive, leafy and affluent village with a population of around 25,500, situated eleven miles south of Manchester city centre. A suburb of Stockport that along with neighbouring semi rural Woodford has emerged on a ‘rich list’ as the fourth most expensive area to buy a house in Greater Manchester. Manchester International Airport is located only six miles away and Bramhall railway station is on the main line from Manchester to London via Macclesfield and Stoke on Trent. Local train services also stop on their way to Manchester Piccadilly, this journey takes only 23 minutes. The local (M60) and national (M6) motorway networks can be accessed with ease making the area popular with professionals.
Bramhall has a strong village community spirit which can be demonstrated by research that found Bramhall to be the ‘least lonely’ and the ‘friendliest’ place to live in Britain. The strong community atmosphere is further complimented by a wide variety of independent, locally owned shops that support each other in a friendly and respectful manner. There is a choice of butchers, green grocers, delicatessens, health food shops as well as a selection of stylish boutiques. Bramhall has a number of fashionable coffee shops, restaurants and bars which have opened in recent years which makes Bramhall an excellent destination for a night out, whether it be a quiet meal or letting your hair down with family or friends.
The Bramhall area is served by a Tesco’s express, a Sainsbury's supermarket and a Budgens supermarket can be found in neighbouring Woodford. The A34 by-pass provides ease of access to the neighbouring affluent suburbs of Wilmslow and Alderley Edge as well as a Tesco, Marks and Spencer and a Total Fitness at Handforth Dean and a John Lewis, Sainsbury and a David Lloyd at Cheadle Royal.
The area has a wide variety of quality housing for buyers and tenants to choose from. In particular there is an excellent choice of larger semi detached and detached family homes with generous gardens and ample off road parking.
The six local primary schools, Hursthead, Ladybrook, Nevill Road, Moss Hey, Pownall Green and Queensgate all enjoy enviable reputations and are a major ‘pull’ to the area for families. Bramhall High School is the local secondary school which our director and local resident Nick Mosley attended in his younger days. Within our website you will find useful links to school performance, league tables and ofsted reports.
Wilmslow is an affluent town located in Cheshire and is one of the most sought after places to live in the UK after central London. Wilmslow has a population of approximately 30,326 and is 11 miles south of Manchester City Centre and lies between affluent Alderley Edge and Handforth where approximately another 8,000 people reside. The town has boutique shops, cafes and numerous restaurants, and high-marquee car showrooms.
Wilmslow town centre is served by a Waitrose, Sainsbury's, Tesco's express and Morrison's super markets.
Manchester International Airport is located only 4 miles away and Wilmslow Train Station provides an hourly service to London Euston which has a journey time of two and a half hours. One line continues to Manchester City Centre via Handforth and Stockport, the other continues via Styal, Manchester Airport and Heald Green. There are frequent services to Manchester (journey time 20 minutes) Stockport, Crewe and Manchester Airport, plus an hourly service to Shrewsbury and Cardiff. The A34 bypass is the main road network that serves the town of Wilmslow. This was extended beyond neighbouring Alderley Edge in Winter 2010/11.
The A34 Bypass joins the A555 at Handforth Dean, and this road is planned to be extended to Manchester Airport in 2017. The A34 provides ease of access to Tesco, Marks and Spencer and a Total Fitness at Handforth Dean and a John Lewis, Sainsbury and a David Lloyd at Cheadle Royal. The local (M60) and national (M56 and M6) motorway networks can be accessed with ease making the area popular with professionals.
Wilmslow town centre is focused upon Bank Square, Grove Street and Water Lane. Although Bank Square has traditionally provided the location for many of the town's banks, the name in fact originates from the bank, or slope, leading down to The Carrs recreational fields and up towards the railway station. The River Bollin flows through The Carrs and once provided the power source for nearby Quarry Bank Mill, now a National Trust site, and enjoyment for the local population.
The area has a wide variety of quality housing for buyers and tenants to choose from. In particular there is an excellent choice of larger semi-detached and detached family homes with generous gardens and ample off road parking.
Wilmslow has six local primary schools Ashdene, Gorsey Bank, Lindow, Lacy Green, St Anne's Fulshaw and Styal. These schools feed Wilmslow High School and St James' Catholic High School. There are excellent independent schools in the area which include Pownall Hall and Wilmslow Preparatory schools. In neighbouring Handforth there are two primary schools Dean Oaks and St Benedict's primary schools. Whilst Mobberley is served by Mobberley C of E Primary School. The local schools are a major ‘pull' to the area for many families and within our website you will find useful links to school performance, league tables and Ofsted reports. Some of the very best independent schools in the country are located within the locality.