Zoopla has reported that the average property price in Manchester is £202,905 as of November 2020. This represents a rise of 4.38% in the last 3 months since August 2020 and a rise of 3.95% in the last year. An average flat would now cost £185,742.
So we thought we would look at some of the most popular areas to live in right now:
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This is a popular area for families and couples. It it considered to have good schools and a sense of community. Houses here can be large with good size gardens and seems to draw some of the wealthier residents of Manchester.
Another popular place for families is Altrincham, coming with good schools and transport links. There are many local festivals here so also comes with a sense of community. The houses tend to be large and Victorian in style.
Burnage has its own train station so has good transport links to the city centre. This area is popular with families, with there being a large amount of semi detached houses in the area.
This is considered an up and coming fashionable area. Properties tend to be modern with many city style flats. Chorlton has its own town centre with a library and leisure centre.
This trendy location south of the city is popular with younger families and couples. It has a number of good schools, bars, restaurants and parks. Transport links are also good.
This is the chi chi area of Manchester city centre and popular with young people and executives, who want to be close to the nightlife and work. Properties are usually modern and can be on the more expensive side.
A number of large organisations such as the BBC have moved to the area, leading to this location really shooting up in recent years. The area contains both waterside living and historical buildings attracting some of the wealthier people of Manchester. It has its own nightlife scene but also good links to the city centre.