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The Cheshire Property Market

A home in Cheshire

Cheshire is an amazing place to live with plenty on your doorstep to see and do it is no wonder it is such a desirable place to live. From the historical cities to the picturesque landscape, we will explore the Cheshire property market.

How much can you expect to pay?

If you are searching for a property in Cheshire then you can expect to pay an average of £245,703 according to Zoopla. However, if the region of St Andrew has taken your fancy then you may need to up that budget to around £1.5million.

Depending on the type of house you desire prices can vary, with a detached averaging at £398,395, which is an annual rise of approximately 2.93%. At the other end of the scale, the price of flats in the area are also rising at a rate of 4.37%. With prices set to continually rise across the board Cheshire is a great investment area for 2018.

Which Area is right for you?

Cheshire is made up of several areas all offering slightly different benefits, from easy commutes to peaceful countryside landscapes. According to a recent survey 53% of respondents would choose Cheshire over other English counties as their place to live.


With a population of over 1,100 Delamere is a quaint village located under the authority of Cheshire West and Cheshire council. Known mostly for one of the largest woodlands in Cheshire, Delamere forest is never too far from your home if you choose to live here.


Not too far from Manchester is Congleton, which lies on the River Dane to the East of Cheshire. This town offers some beautiful views and some unique buildings with an interesting history. However, if older homes aren’t for you there are also some developments here too.


With a history in Salt mining, this village’s landscape tells a story with the Trent and Mersey canal running through it. This civil Parish is a peaceful place perfect for those looking for a home where they can unwind after a long day.

Old or New?

Although Cheshire is a county with a vast history you can still choose between old and new properties, the latest infographic from showcases some of their latest developments, take a look below: