Situated within a short drive of Manchester City Centre and just south of neighboring Sale, Altrincham was historically a rural market town, and has now evolved into a trendy and affluent Manchester suburb. Previously, the town was classed as being located in Cheshire, although it now lies within the borough of Trafford, and has excellent transport links in to the city of Manchester, making it increasingly popular with commuters.
Altrincham has a variety of notable landmarks such as the Old Market Place, two theatres and boasts the only Michelin starred restaurant in Greater Manchester (the Juniper). Aside from the renowned Michelin starred venue, Altrincham is also home to a wider variety of bars and restaurants that are popular with Altrincham residents, as well as those from the surrounding areas who travel to the area for its culinary delights.
The average house price in Altrincham is around £393,440, with the value increasing by 9.07% from 2013 to 2014, further proof of Altrincham being a highly desirable area, and increasingly so. Due to the demand for property in this area, prices are being increasingly driven up year upon year, and Altrincham is fast becoming associated with the other ‘wealthy’ areas in South Manchester and Cheshire, such as Wilmslow and Alderley Edge.
If you are considering buying or selling a property in Altrincham, let our conveyancing solicitors help. Contact us on 0343 507 5151 or fill out our online contact form for a free, no-obligation and confidential discussion about your property.
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