Salford is a city with big plans for the future, aiming to be a thriving hub of economic and cultural distinction. From sophisticated urbanism to spans of green tranquillity there’s something for everyone in Salford and its surrounding areas.

A sophisticated transport network ensures getting around Salford is never problematic. Two train stations running regular services puts the city of Manchester within easy reach, and allows commuters a relaxing and productive way to skip the traffic congestion. Cars are also well served via the Manchester/Salford inner ring road, as well as the M60 and M602. A park and ride scheme also operates from the Eccles train station.

At Salford’s Quays you can indulge in some retail therapy by visiting the Lowry Outlet Mall – home to six plaza restaurants and over 80 stores! But it’s not just shops that surround the quays – the more historically inclined people can visit the Imperial War museum or those movie buffs can visit the local cinema.

“A sophisticated transport network ensures getting around Salford is never problematic”

Worsley and Walkden both have an excellent reputation as the places to go to satisfy your gastronomical cravings. There are also picturesque walks to explore such as the heritage trail, which provides visitors with a relaxing walk whilst learning about the rich heritage of the area.

Eccles and Swinton provide a plethora of eateries providing top quality meals and a great atmosphere to hang out with friends, and the ever-popular Monton, nicknamed ‘Monton Carlo’, provides home to an influx of funky bars and restaurants.

Salford is a modern and growing city, with many new developments happening right now, and quite a few planned for the future as well. The investment in the MediaCityUK development has provided a home for multiple international creative, digital and media industries, so expect good things for house values if Salford is your area of choice to put down roots.

Irlam and Cadishead are excellent destinations for young couples and families, with an abundance of leisure facilities and large expanses of open space.

Ordsall, Pendleton and Broughton sit to the east of Salford and regeneration in the area is constantly improving the standard of homes and facilities. Transport links are good and proximity to Manchester city centre is great, which could make these areas fantastic investment opportunities.

MoveSelf are constantly striving to become the best estate agent in Salford, and one day we hope to be one of the best UK estate agents too. By offering a highly automated service at massively competitive prices, MoveSelf can be used to sell your house online.

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An online estate agent like MoveSelf provides a much cheaper way to sell your home than a high street estate agent. We are a much more affordable estate agent because we don’t have the overheads associated with a high street presence. But if you would like to potentially pay much more in commission to sell your home, here is a directory listing for local estate agents in your area:

Estate Agents Salford

Reeds Rains, Salford Estate Agents
Hills Residential, Salford Estate Agents

Estate Agents Monton

Living Quarter, Monton Estate Agents

Estate Agents Swinton

Your Move, Swinton Estate Agents
Bridgfords, Swinton Estate Agents
Hills Residential, Swinton Estate Agents
Thornley Groves, Swinton Estate Agents
Keenans, Swinton Estate Agents

Estate Agents Worsley

Briscombe Nutter and Staff, Worsley Estate Agents
Miller Metcalfe, Worsley Estate Agents
Hunters, Worsley Estate Agents
Pick My Pad, Worsley Estate Agents
Russell James, Worsley Estate Agents
Sell Well, Worsley Estate Agents

Estate Agents Irlam

Chris Wilkinson, Irlam Estate Agents

Estate Agents Walkden

Your Move, Walkden Estate Agents