The Cheshire Property Market

The Cheshire Property Market



The Cheshire Property market

I have always been interested in property markets and investing in property for our financial future is something firmly on my to-do list.

Cheshire is a place I have passed through often and vision occasionally. I find it a beautiful and vibrant place,  a great location and a place full of warmth, culture and wonderful things to do.

Let’s have a look at what is going on in the Cheshire property market and see if it would be a good place to buy

Property in Cheshire



House prices across Cheshire are rising so it looks like now really is a good time to buy.  Looking long term it is believed that house prices will increase by 4% more than the nationally expected average by 2022 so a return on your  money looks very positive (and lucrative!)

Cheshire caters for both ends of the property market millionaires and those on a lower income (the rest of us!) Their is an abundance of old properties in Cheshire (it is a place steeped in history) but there is also a wealth of beautiful new builds.

Laurus homes, who created this useful infographic  are developing properties right across the county with a huge variety of options and in varied locations – you can see more at


Fun things to do in Cheshire

There are so many great things to do and experience in Cheshire that make it a really highly desirable place to live.

The children’s storybook Just So festival tales place there as does the Craft Beer festival, The Nantwich Jazz and Blues festival,  Chester Pride and the Foodies festival also take place in Cheshire so it is absolutely catering across the board festival wise!!

There are loads of things for families to do to such as visit Go Ape, the Blue Planet Aquarium and the Roman Tours.

And oh my goodness, you would be spoilt for choice when it comes to shopping at Cheshire Oaks and The Rows and McArthur Glen.

Cheshire really does have something for everyone.


Investing in Cheshire

Investing in property in Cheshire is considered a ‘savvy investment’ it is also quite obviously a real…ly interesting place to live and a great mix of rural and urban life, a hefty dose of history and a whole heap of entertainment!

I do hope you have found this post on the Cheshire property market to be useful


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