Bloor homes at Alderley Gate, Congleton, CW12 2HX

2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes from £175,000 to £390,000

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Bloor homes at Alderley Gate, Congleton

Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 2HX Directions

2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes from £175,000 to £390,000

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2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes from £175,000. First few homes have now been released – talk to our Sales Advisors for more information.

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Our beautiful collection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes in Congleton are close to picturesque countryside, with excellent transport links and schools within easy reach

The small but attractive market town of Congleton provides residents with an excellent choice of shops and services, including several supermarkets and a number of cafes, restaurants and pubs. The town’s proximity to the Peak District National Park gives you a real opportunity to live in an area where the countryside and the bustle of town blend side by side easily.

Things to do in Congleton

  • Take advantage of the good level of amenities offered by the thriving town.
  • Congleton Park and Congleton Museum, for discovering the area’s history.

Property for sale in Congleton has the benefit of an excellent range of amenities available just a short walk away in the centre of town. There are several supermarkets around the town, as well as high street banks, well-known clothing shops, an optician, and a large health and beauty retailer. For everyday services, you’ll also find an Information Centre, a popular market place, three churches, a medical centre, pharmacy, library and a leisure centre. Situated in the heart of Congleton, the leisure centre is the true hub of the community, with its 25m swimming pool, teaching pool, sports hall, fitness suite and sauna. For those who enjoy film and live performances, the Daneside Theatre is situated on the outskirts of the town centre. With regular film screenings and live productions all year round, there is something for everyone to experience at this independent, 300-seat theatre. Although Congleton is a small town, there is an excellent range of pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants, catering for every taste and budget. Lawton Street and High Street are where you’ll find a large number of pubs and bars, while Mill Street is good for finding something to eat. Away from the shops and eateries, Congleton Park is a wonderful place for all the family. Situated along the banks of the River Dane, the park is a beautiful green space to enjoy for pleasant walks. There is a paddling pool and playground suitable for all ages, so your children will be happily occupied for a while and, when you feel like taking some time out to enjoy the scenery, the park’s quirky café - Stock at the Pavilion - offers a good selection of light snacks and drinks. History lovers will find Congleton to be a fascinating location. Archaeological discoveries have traced the history of the town back as far as Stone and Bronze Ages, and artefacts from these can be viewed at the Congleton Museum. Situated in the centre of town, the museum offers history hunters the chance to walk through the town’s prehistoric period, the English Civil War and the Second World War. You can also learn more about the town’s strange but true connections to bears, including the dancing bears of the 1600s to how the town’s bible was once sold to raise money for a new bear.

Transport in and around Congleton

  • Close to a number of ‘A’ roads and links to the M6.
  • A good rail and bus network close by.

Commuters looking for new homes in Congleton will find journeys around the immediate area and beyond to be simple. The A34 passes directly through the town, and provides easy access to Stafford (just over an hour) and Manchester (approximately 50 minutes), while also linking to a number of other ‘A’ roads. These include the A536 for Macclesfield (20 minutes), and the A54 for Winsford (30 minutes). Living in Congleton also means having simple access to the M6, which can be reached in around 15 minutes from home. From here longer commutes to locations south - including Wolverhampton and Birmingham (both around 1 hour 15 minutes) - can be made, while travelling north will take you to Preston in 1 hour 20 minutes and Morecambe in 1 hour 45 minutes. Congleton railway station is 2 miles from your door, and allows for direct services to Stoke-on-Trent in 15 minutes, Stafford in 30 minutes and Manchester Piccadilly in 40 minutes. Liverpool Lime Street and London Euston can both be reached in under 2 hours, although these journeys require changes. Those who need to get around by bus will find a good level of service around the town and to neighbouring areas. Congleton bus station is situated within the heart of the town centre, making trips into town a simple affair.

Schools and education near me

  • Good schools close to home and short distances away.
  • Manchester Metropolitan University Cheshire Campus less than 13 miles away.

Families with children searching for new houses in Congleton have the benefit of a good number of schools close by. There are two Ofsted rated ‘Good’ primary schools within 2 miles of home; Marlfields Primary Academy and The Quinta Primary School. Secondary education is also provided close to home, with Eaton Bank Academy being less than a 10 minute walk away, and Congleton High School being a little over 2 miles away by car. Both schools are well-regarded, as well as both being rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. For older students, the Manchester Metropolitan University Cheshire Campus is approximately 13 miles away. This is the closest higher education establishment to Congleton, and offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as CPD (Continuing Professional Development) courses.

Why live in Congleton?

  • A wonderful picturesque location, close to the Peak District and good amenities.
  • The vibrant and eclectic cities of Manchester and Liverpool close by.

With the excellent level of shops and services just a few moments away, a good choice of well-respected schools, a great deal of history and the stunning Peak District all close by, Congleton is a truly special place to call home. Everything you need for simple day to day life can be found in town, including a vast array of eateries; children and older students have the benefit of good schools and a university campus close to home, and anyone who loves history will have plenty to keep them occupied. If you want to escape the everyday for a while to some of the area’s most stunning open landscape, the Peak District is just a handful of miles away, offering some peace and tranquility for all the family. While Congleton has plenty to offer, much more can be found in around an hour from home in the bustling cities of Manchester and Liverpool. Manchester is a shopper’s paradise; the Arndale Centre is full of flagship high street stores, while Exchange Square and King Street offers upmarket stores such as Selfridges and Harvey Nichols, and the Northern Quarter is known for its bohemian style with many independent stores. After all this retail therapy, you can enjoy some locally brewed real ale in a summer beer garden, or indulge with an experimental cocktail in little known back street gems. Whichever Manchester bar you visit, you're guaranteed an excellent time. At just over an hour away, Liverpool has so many attractions it's hard to work out what to visit first. The stunning Albert Dock, a World Heritage waterfront is a must-see, as is the Tate Liverpool and the Merseyside Maritime Museum. For music and history lovers, make sure you make the trip to hear the Beatles Story and experience the world-famous Cavern Club.

 

Manchester Road,
Congleton,
Cheshire,
CW12 2HX

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