Cheshire borders Merseyside and Greater Manchester to the north, Derbyshire to the east, Staffordshire and Shropshire to the south and Wales to the west.
Warrington is the largest town in Cheshire and is undergoing major development in the commercial and residential sectors, with new homes and commercial properties springing up all the time. Perfectly situated between the two major cities of Liverpool and Manchester, Warrington provides substantial employment opportunities and it's no wonder that Warrington has one of the highest employment rates in the country. Estate agents in Warrington are seeing an increase in demand to live in this popular area.
Macclesfield is close to the county borders of Greater Manchester to the north, Derbyshire to the east and Staffordshire to the south. With a bustling town centre and rural location it is a perfect setting for a family home. Quaint terraced properties, old cobbled streets and modern housing estates create a perfect blend of property periods. On a direct train line to Manchester and London, Macclesfield provides a great location for commuters. The more exclusive areas include Prestbury and Tytherington, and those with a more modest budget should look towards Bollington.
Chester is a city of archaeological and architectural treasures, located relatively close to the larger cities of Liverpool and Manchester. Chester is home to popular attractions such as Chester Zoo and Chester racecourse, or for more relaxed entertainment you may prefer to row up the river Dee or peruse the bustling shops that are flanked on either side by a myriad of Tudor buildings known as The Rows. Demand for housing in Chester has risen faster than anywhere else in the UK.