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Appleton

Appleton is a leafy suburb neighbouring Stockton Heath and on the scenic boundary of Walton Hall Gardens. The area was first listed in the Domesday Survey of 1086 under the name 'Epeltune' which translates to 'the tun where the apples grew.' Appleton is home to Fox Covert Cemetery, known locally as Hillcliffe which offers an excellent vantage point across Warrington. This makes it a hotspot for a range of occasions including New Year's Eve and Bonfire Night. Home to a golf club, leisure centre and a range of family pubs, Appleton is ideally located for a range of great amenities. There are also four highly regarded schools in the area, making it a prime location for families.

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Appleton Thorn

Nestled cosily between Walton and Grappenhall, this leafy suburb sits south of Warrington Town Centre and benefits from beautiful surroundings. Appleton Thorn is home to charming buildings which span back centuries and are still put to great use today. The village hall hosts a range of community events from beer festivals and BBQs to the annual midsummer's "Bawming the Thorn." There's also a local church, cosy pubs and Warrington Golf Club is fairly closeby. For cyclists and walkers, the village boasts a range of scenic routes and is just a short drive from Stockley Farm and Arley Hall which are ideal for family days out. Some of Warrington's most highly regarded schools are on the doorstep and the nearby M6 and M56 provide easy access to local towns and cities.

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Birchwood

Conveniently located close to excellent transport links, Birchwood is a popular location north of Warrington Town Centre. The suburb is surrounded by attractive parks including Risley Moss Country Park and Birchwood Forest Park. Residents in the area have access to a great selection of amenities including two supermarkets and a range of high street shops at Birchwood Shopping Centre. The area also benefits from a leisure centre and golf club. The suburb is home to a number of excellent primary and secondary schools, making it a popular family location. It is also ideal for professionals who commute to neighbouring cities. Birchwood Train Station provides regular connections to Manchester and Liverpool and the motorway network is just a few minutes’ drive away.

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Callands

Callands is an attractive suburb, conveniently located three miles north of Warrington Town Centre. The area is set within landscaped parkland and neighbours Sankey Valley Park meaning there are plenty of walking and cycling routes; perfect for families and dogs. The area benefits from a range of great amenities; close to a Supermarket, Cinema and the recently developed Junction 9 retail park. It’s also just a stone’s throw away from Gemini Park, home to high street superstores including Marks and Spencer, Next and Ikea. Callands is a popular area thanks to its selection of high achieving primary and secondary schools. It is also within close proximity to the regional motorway network, providing easy access to Manchester and Liverpool.

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Edgewater Park

Close to the banks of The Manchester Ship Canal, Edgewater Park is located in the leafy outskirts of Warrington. This sought after development offers a variety of properties including apartments, townhouses and larger family homes. Edgewater Park is just a short walk away from the great amenities Latchford village has to offer, including a supermarket, post office and plenty of independent boutiques. The Trans Pennine Trail is also close by; perfect for walks and cycling. Stockton Heath and Warrington Town Centre are both just a short drive away, meaning residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to shopping and dining out. There is a range of great schools close by and residents benefit from being in close proximity to the M6 and M56 motorways.

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Grappenhall

This leafy suburb is located alongside the Bridgewater canal and just a stone’s throw from the vibrant village of Stockton Heath. The area is surrounded by beautiful Cheshire countryside and scenic canals, meaning residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to walking routes. The village was first listed in the Domesday Book and is home to St Wilfrid’s Church which features a cat carving on the tower façade. Legend has it that this was the inspiration behind Lewis Carroll’s Cheshire Cat in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Despite it’s semi-rural setting, Grappenhall benefits from a great range of shops, restaurants and coffee houses. The area also boasts a great selection of schools which are consistently reviewed as outstanding, making it an ideal area for families.

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Grappenhall Heys

Grappenhall Heys is a charming suburb nestled south of Warrington Town Centre. The area boasts an attractive walled garden which once formed part of an estate built in 1830. The garden is now a community hub, home to a café, family attractions and a selection of regular events. The area itself is surrounded by scenic parkland and an abundance of public footpaths, providing ideal routes for walking and cycling. Grappenhall Heys is within easy walking distance to a range of excellent schools making it a sought after area. The suburb is also close to Stockton Heath where there’s a great selection of independent shops, cafés and restaurants. Residents also benefit from excellent transport connections and are within easy reach of the M6 and M56.

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Great Sankey

An attractive suburb located just two miles west of Warrington Town Centre, Great Sankey is popular area for families and professionals alike. With a dedicated train station servicing local towns and cities, the area is perfectly placed for commuting. Great Sankey boasts an abundance of highly achieving primary and secondary schools. It is also home to a recently refurbished leisure centre and a great selection of local shops, pubs and restaurants. The popular Gemini Park, is close by and home to various superstores including Ikea. Sankey Valley park, is on the doorstep for residents which has plenty of attractions for all ages. There’s a BMX track, various play areas and a theme park, not to mention the scenic walking and running routes.

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Hatton

Hatton is a quaint Village located five miles south of Warrington Town Centre. The rural hamlet is nestled amongst beautiful countryside, providing residents with an abundance of great walks and cycling routes. The village houses three Grade II listed buildings which appear in the National Heritage List for England. They include The Hatton Arms, Hatton Hall and a K6 telephone kiosk, otherwise known as the ‘Jubilee Kiosk.’ It was designed by renowned architect, Giles Gilbert Scott to commemorate the silver jubilee of King George V. Although Hatton seems remote, thanks to its surroundings, the village has excellent transport links providing easy access to nearby towns and cities. It is also in the catchment area for schools which are consistently rated as outstanding.

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Howley

Howley is a district located on the banks of the River Mersey and just a stone’s throw from Warrington Town Centre. Its convenient location makes it a popular area, especially for those who work in the centre of town. The area is home to a range of properties from apartments to larger homes for family living. Residents benefit from the great amenities the town centre has to offer including high street stores, restaurants and bars. There’s also a great selection of scenic walks nearby along the banks of the river. Howley is ideally placed for a range of schools and great transport connections. Warrington Bank Quay and Central train stations are both within walking distance and the M62 is under 3 miles away.

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Latchford

Set around Victoria Park, Latchford is a popular suburb located just one mile south of Warrington Town Centre. Residents benefit from the excellent facilities Victoria Park has to offer including a professional running track, skate park, play area and floodlit training pitch. The park is also home to Warrington Athletic Club and hosts a weekly Parkrun open to all abilities. The village itself is home to an abundance of independent boutiques, shops and food outlets. Residents also have access to a range of gyms and fitness facilities. Latchford is well serviced by public transport and just a short drive from the M62. The area is also within close proximity to a range of great schools.

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Lymm

Lymm is a particularly attractive and sought after location thanks to its quaint village feel and rural setting. The area boasts a range of picturesque walks including those around Lymm Dam and on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal. It is an ideal location for families, boasting some of the regions most highly regarded schools. The village itself is a designated conservation area with an impressive range of historic buildings. It is home to Warrington’s only Grade I listed structure, Lymm Cross, which dates back to the 17th century. Residents in the area benefit from the excellent range of shops, coffee houses and cosy pubs in the village. It is also ideally located close to the M6, making it perfect for commuters.

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Paddington

Nestled between Padgate and Woolston, Paddington benefits from excellent transport connections. Close to Padgate Train Station and a short drive from the M6 and M62, neighbouring cities can be easily reached. Bruche Primary School and St Oswald's Catholic Primary are located in Paddington as well as the University Academy Warrington which houses a recreation centre within its grounds. The area is also close to Woolston Community Hub where members can access a gym, Swimming pool and daily fitness classes. Residents have a range of amenities on the doorstep including a pharmacy, post office, grocery stores and a pub. Paddington also neighbours Woolston Park and Paddington Meadows which both offer an abundance of walking and cycling routes for the whole family.

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Padgate

Situated north of Warrington, Padgate is a popular area with a great range of amenities and transport connections. Home to a tennis club, football club, community centre and University campus, residents benefit from a great range of facilities. Padgate train station connects the suburb with neighbouring cities, Manchester and Liverpool, making it ideal for commuters. The motorway network is also just a short drive away and Warrington Town Centre can be reached in under 10 minutes by car. There are a number of schools within easy walking distance and plenty of parks nearby, which are great for families. Padgate is also home to a great selection of coffee shops, pubs and is just a short drive away from Birchwood Shopping Centre.

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Penketh

Penketh is an attractive suburb bordered by farmland and within easy driving distance to Warrington Town Centre. Close to a range of excellent schools, it is a sought after area for families. The suburb is home to a selection of cosy pubs, including the Ferry Tavern which sits on the Trans Pennine Trail making it a popular spot for dog walkers and cyclists. The pub is also home to the annual Glastonferry music festival which is always a sell out event in the community. Penketh benefits from a great range of shops, parks and public transport connections. There is also a leisure centre, library and golf club, meaning residents have a great range of facilities right on the doorstep.

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Regency Park

This relatively new development is ideally located for a range of great amenities. The park offers an attractive selection of properties including townhouses and detached family houses set around beautiful landscaped areas. Regency Park is within easy walking distance to Warrington Town Centre and both Bank Quay and Central train stations. Residents therefore have easy access to the great range of shops, bars and restaurants that the town has to offer. For families or households with dogs, Sankey Valley Park is just a short walk away and home to plenty of walking and cycling routes. There’s also a BMX track, play areas and plenty of attractive spots for picnics. The M62 is under 3 miles away making commuting to neighbouring towns and cities is simple.

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Sandford Village

Sandford Village is home to a beautiful range of properties set in leafy surroundings. The location is ideal for families, professionals and first time buyers alike thanks to the excellent transport links and great range of local schools. The development has a real community feel and village like setting, with landscaped pond areas and scenic footpaths. Close to Bruche Park, it benefits from an abundance of walking routes as well as a great range of shops and a local leisure centre. Both Padgate and Birchwood train stations can be easily reached, providing connections to Manchester and Liverpool. The M6 is also just over 2 miles away offering easy access to the regional and national motorway networks.

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Sankey Bridges

Sankey Bridges is located between Warrington Town Centre and Penketh. The area was once home to a set of locks on Sankey Canal, the first artificial canal in the UK, built during the Industrial Revolution. Steeped in history, the canal is now surrounded by Sankey Valley Park, home to plenty of walking and cycling routes. The area boasts a range of great facilities including a David Lloyd Health Club, an indoor skate park and a youth centre. There’s also a range of shops, food outlets and pubs within easy reach and the area benefits from being in close proximity to some of Warrington’s most highly regarded schools. Sankey Bridges is serviced by excellent public transport connections and is a short drive away from the M62.

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Stockton Heath

Nestled south of Warrington town centre, this upmarket village is surrounded by picturesque countryside. Located on what was once a Roman settlement, Stockton Heath has since been home to many notable residents including film legend George Formby. It now boasts an impressive selection of independent shops and boutiques and benefits from convenient amenities including a supermarket and post office. Residents also have a vast array of restaurants and bars on the doorstep offering anything from a casual and relaxed setting to a more cosmopolitan night out. The village is a sought after location for families thanks to the amount of parks within easy walking distance and outstanding local schools. It is also ideal for young professionals who benefit from the excellent amenities and transport connections.

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Stretton

Surrounded by Cheshire countryside, Stretton is a picturesque village located south of Warrington Town Centre. The name Stretton derives from the Old English term ‘settlement on a Roman road’ as it sits around what was once a key route passing through the area to Wilderspool. In the past, the village was known as a prime agricultural area and is brimming with history; home to cottages, school houses and a parish church dating back to the 19th Century. Nowadays there’s a sports pavilion, hotel and a selection of outstanding schools. Stretton also benefits from excellent transport links and a great range of amenities including a nursery, post office and a range of cosy pubs. Residents also have plenty of scenic walking routes on the doorstep.

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Thelwall

Thelwall is a picturesque suburb, nestled south of the Manchester Ship Canal, neighbouring Lymm and Grappenhall. The area is surrounded by attractive parkland, canals and streams which provide scenic walking, cycling and running routes. There is also a selection of cosy pubs in the village, perfect for post walk lunches. The area is popular with families as it boasts a selection of excellent schools and benefits from a great range of day nurseries. Neighbouring village Grappenhall is home to an abundance of shops, restaurants and cosy pubs and Warrington Town Centre is within easy reach by car or public transport. The M6 is just a stone’s throw from Thelwall, making it a popular location for those who commute to nearby towns and cities.

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Walton

This urban sanctuary sits around Walton Gardens, home to 32 acres of beautiful parkland. Once home to the Greenall brewing magnates, Walton hall was originally built in 1938. The estate is now open to the public and houses plenty of family amenities including a children’s zoo and park. The area benefits from handy shops, cosy pubs and a golf course making it an ideal rural suburb. Plus, Walton falls into the catchment for some of Warrington’s most highly regarded schools making it a sought after location for families. Thanks to its leafy setting, the area attracts those looking for a well-connected countryside retreat. The meandering canal paths and parkland provide the perfect place for lazy picnics or hikes for the more actively inclined.

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