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Published on : March 31, 2021 16:12


What can £250,000 buy in each borough?


If you haven’t already heard, the property market is booming at the moment. Demand for new homes hit record highs this month, with more people searching for the property than ever before.

Rightmove recently reported its busiest day ever with site visits exceeding 9 million for the first time – and house hunters spending a remarkable 71 million minutes on their website.

This is great news, especially if you’re selling your home, as the market continues to go from strength to strength as we emerge from lockdown.

This spike in buyer activity is a result of the stamp duty holiday extension, which will exempt people buying a home priced up to £250k from paying the tax until 30th September 2021.

So, if you’re searching for a home on a £250,000 budget around Greater Manchester and Cheshire – you’re in the right place.

We’ve handpicked a selection of the best homes up for sale across each of the areas we cover for you to have a look at.

Let’s take a look…


To take a shortcut to a specific area, click the location you want to view below.

Denton, Droylsden, Edgeley, Glossop, Gorton, Hazel Grove, Hyde, Levenshulme, Macclesfield, Marple, Northwich, Reddish, Stalybridge, Stockton Heath, Withington, Woodley


Denton


Average house prices in Denton have increased by 4.4% in the last 12 months, and 27.6% over the last 5 years. The average price of a property in Denton now stands at £156,877.

If you’re searching for your next family home in Denton, take a look at this modern 3-bedroom property. Featuring spacious living accommodation, a modern 3-piece bathroom, gated off-road parking, and large gardens – it has everything a growing family needs.



It’s also situated in a pleasant area of Denton close to schools, transport links, and local amenities.



Take a closer look at this property below.



Droylsden


The average price of a home in Droylsden is £137,813, which has risen by 3% in the last 12 months. Over the last 5 years, property prices have risen by an impressive and 34.5% – showing demand for homes in this area has continued to grow at a healthy pace.

If you’re looking for a property project in Droylsden on a £250K budget, this fixer-upper might pique your interest.



This three-bedroom property is in need of a full renovation, but if you’re up for the challenge, could be made over into the perfect, modern family home.

It has an open-plan living room, a conservatory, a private rear garden, and gated off-road parking.

It’s also being sold with no onward chain which is perfect for those looking to beat the stamp duty deadline in September 2021.



Take a closer look at this property below.


3 bed For Sale
North Road, Droylsden, Tameside, M43

£170,000 (Guide Price)

  • 3 BED DETACHED HOME IN NEED OF COMPLETE RENOV
  • NO CHAIN, PARKING, GARDENS.
  • PARKING, GARDENS.
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Edgeley


Edgeley has seen the biggest change in house prices – up by 10.7% in the last 12 months, with the average price tag of a home sitting at £218,738. Over the last 5 years, prices have risen a remarkable 41.4% clearly showing an increased appetite for homes in the area.

If you’re searching for a unique property in Edgeley that you can put your own stamp on, you’ll love this four double bedroomed home.



This beautiful Victorian house has bags of character and even more potential. It’s recently undertaken a significant program of renovation, including a fantastic double dormer loft conversion – and requires a few final cosmetic touches to transform it into a stunning home.



Take a closer look at this property below.



Glossop


Over the last 5 years, house prices in Glossop have risen by 27.3%, with the average price of a home now standing at £189,472.

Looking for a small slice of countryside living? Then this beautifully renovated 3-bedroom family home is a must-see.



It’s situated in a highly desirable location, just a short walk from Hadfield Village and the picturesque Bottoms Reservoir. It features a modern fitted kitchen & bathroom, an enclosed rear garden, and a private driveway for two cars.

This home is also being sold with no onward chain which is ideal for anyone looking to make the most of the stamp duty extension ahead of the deadline in September.



Take a closer look at this property below.



Gorton


Average property prices have doubled in Gorton over the last 5 years, but the average house price is still very affordable, sitting at £116,004.

If you’re after a lot of space on a £250,000 budget, you need to take a look at this next property.



This stunning 5-bedroom home in Gorton has been exceptionally renovated from top to bottom, oozing quality throughout. It’s situated in the highly sought-after conservation area overlooking Sunny Brow Park – perfect for evening and weekend family walks.



It also has three bathrooms, a modern open plan kitchen, a rear garden, and loads of beautiful original features throughout.


Take a closer look at this property below.


5 bed For Sale
Haworth Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M18

£235,000 (Asking Price)

  • Spacious Family Home
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Modernised Throughout
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Hazel Grove


Hazel Grove continues to be a popular choice for home movers – with house prices rising 8.5% over the last 12 months. The average price of a home now sits at £218,806, following a healthy 30% increase in property prices over the last 5 years.

Great location, lots of space, and a large garden on your list of must-haves? Then you’ll love this 3-bedroom family home in Hazel Grove.



Located on the ever-popular Taylor Whimpey Estate, this property is within walking distance of excellent schools and local amenities. It has an attractively fitted dining kitchen, a contemporary 4-piece bathroom, a conservatory, driveway, and beautiful lawned gardens with a workshop.



Take a closer look at this property below.



Hyde


Prices are up by 2.9% compared to a year ago in Hyde, with house prices jumping an impressive 27.6% over the last 5 years. The average price of a property in Hyde now stands at £162,084.

If you’re on the lookout for a beautifully renovated property with bags of character, you might want to put this gorgeous country cottage in Gee Cross on your list to view.



‘Polebank’ cottage is an utterly charming 3-bedroom family home that dates all the way back to 1770. It’s filled with stunning original features, has a large contemporary bathroom, a modern fitted kitchen, and a lovely rear garden overlooking farmers’ fields.

This stone cottage has picturesque walks like Werneth Low on its doorstep making it perfect for those looking to move to an area with a semi-rural feel as a result of lockdown.



Take a closer look at this property below.



Levenshulme


Average property prices in Levenshulme have seen the biggest change over the last 5 years – rising by an impressive 41.5%. The area has become a property hotspot in recent years making its way onto the Sunday Times ‘Best Places to Live’ in 2019.

The average price of a home in Levenshulme is £184,107.

Looking for a property you can put your own stamp on? Then you’ll love this 3-bedroom semi-detached family home set between Levenshulme and Heaton Moor.



It’s situated moments from outstanding schools, has two reception rooms, off-road parking, and a huge rear garden offering potential for further development.

This home is also being sold with no onward chain which is perfect for anyone looking to beat the stamp duty holiday deadline in September.



Take a closer look at this property below.



Macclesfield


The average price of a home in Macclesfield is £206,066, which has risen 3.5% in the last 12 months. Over the last 5 years, property prices are up by 23.5% in this part of Cheshire.

If you’re searching for your first home in Macclesfield, then take a look at this stunning 3-bedroom stone-built property.



Situated in a sought-after part of the village, this terraced house is within walking distance of popular shops, restaurants, and pubs. It has two reception rooms, a single-story rear extension, a modern fitted bathroom, and a useful attic conversion providing further space.



Take a closer look at this property below.


3 bed For Sale
Silver Street, Bollington, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10

£199,950

  • Attractive stone built end terrace
  • Two Reception rooms
  • Two good sized bedrooms and loft room
  • Convenient for all local amenities
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Marple


Marple has seen a modest 1.3% increase in house prices over the last year, with the average price tag of a home sitting at £286,547. Property prices have seen a steady 20% increase over the last 5 years – with Marple remaining a popular choice for families and those looking for a little slice of country life.

Hoping to relocate to Marple and live a little closer to nature? Then this stunning stone-built cottage in the picturesque Hawk Green might be the home you’ve been looking for.



This three-bedroom home is set just a stone’s throw from the Peak Forest Canal, has a stylish kitchen & utility room, a modern three-piece bathroom, and an attractive cottage garden.



Take a closer look at this property below.



Northwich


Average house prices in Northwich have risen by 2.4% in the last 12 months, and 14.7% over the last 5 years. The average price of a property in Northwich now stands at £206,383.

If you’re searching for the perfect bungalow on a £250k budget in Northwich, take a look at this beautifully modernised detached property.



Situated on a pleasant cul-de-sac, this two-bedroom bungalow has a new quality fitted kitchen, a modern three-piece bathroom, a 21ft detached garage, and off-road parking.

It also has a large garden to the rear that overlooks Moss Farm Sports Fields – which is a bonus if you want to watch the local sports games from your back garden.



Take a closer look at this property below.



Reddish


Property prices in Reddish have jumped over the last five years – up by an impressive 39.3%. Reddish has grown in popularity recently, especially with buyers who want to be close to Manchester city centre whilst enjoying a suburban lifestyle.

Although demand for homes in Reddish has increased, the average price of a home is still pretty affordable, sitting at £159,378.

If you’re searching for more space without the expensive price tag, take a look at this three-bedroom family home in Reddish.



Situated within walking distance of sought-after schools, this property offers spacious living accommodation, a modern fitted kitchen, off-road parking, and lawned rear garden.

And that’s not all! It has a self-contained two double bedroomed cabin in the garden – perfect for older kids looking for a little bit of independence.



Take a closer look at this property below.



Stalybridge


The average price of a home in Stalybridge is £158,001, which has risen by 3.1% in the last 12 months, and 24.8% over the last 5 years.

From the charming period features to the stunning chic decor, this beautifully renovated 4-bedroom property in Stalybridge is packed with personality.



Set over 4 floors, this stunning modern home has two reception rooms, a 20-foot long breakfast kitchen, and a beautiful four-piece family bathroom.

It also has two cellar areas – offering more than enough space for any growing family.

It’s also being sold with no onward chain which is perfect for those looking to beat the stamp duty deadline in September 2021.



Take a closer look at this property below.


4 bed For Sale
Cranworth Street, Stalybridge, Greater Manchester, SK15

£220,000 (Offers Over)

  • Immaculate property with period features
  • Four bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • No vendor chain
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Stockton Heath


Prices are up by 2.3% compared to a year ago in Stockton heath, with house prices increasing by a steady 22.5% over the last 5 years. The average price tag of a home in Stockton Heath is £290,863 – making it the most premium area we cover.

Searching for a low-maintenance home in one of the area’s most sought-after locations? Then take a look at this two-bedroom apartment situated in the prestigious Regent Square development at Grappenhall Heys.



It has two double bedrooms, a spacious lounge, a three-piece bathroom, and allocated parking.

It’s also located a short distance from the conservation area, Grappenhall Old Village, and the urban village of Stockton Heath.



Take a closer look at this property below.



Withington


Property prices in Withington have increased by 1.2% in the last year, with the average price of a home sitting at £228,756. Although Withington has only seen a small increase in house prices over the last 12 months, it’s seen an impressive 33.4% leap over the last 5 years.

Withington is blessed with possibly one of the widest mixes of properties of any village or town within Manchester, which is why it’s become such a popular location in recent years.

From large lawned gardens to the chic modern interior – this 3 double bedroomed family home located close to Withington Village ticks all the boxes.



It features a spacious living room, a modern kitchen, a downstairs WC, a contemporary three-piece bathroom, and off-road parking.

It’s also situated close to the ever-popular West Didsbury village and the M56 motorway network. 



Take a closer look at this property below.



Woodley


Woodley has seen the second-highest jump in house prices over the last 12 months – up by 7.9%. Nicely positioned between the city and the countryside, Woodley continues to be a popular place for people to call home. The average price of a home in Woodley now stands at £199,551.

If you’re looking for a modern family home in the Woodley/Bredbury area, we’ve got just the property for you!

This beautifully presented home in Bredbury is brimming with light-filled rooms, contemporary features & fittings, and stylish decor.



From the underfloor heating in the bathroom to the mini-bar located in the stunning open plan kitchen – this home is filled with thoughtful little details.

It’s also in a great location within walking distance of schools and shops, has a large rear garden, and a long drive for off-road parking.



Take a closer look at this property below.



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