Located on the Cheshire banks of the River Mersey is the town of Warrington. Those who live in Warrington have easy access to the cities of Liverpool and Manchester, but can also escape to the tranquillity of rural North Wales and the Lake District. Warrington town itself is home to a busy centre with great shopping in the Golden Square.
Just 30 minutes away from Warrington is Britannia Bradshaw of South and Central Manchester. Located in Trafford Park, the family-run removals company are not only able to help you move to and from Warrington or the surrounding areas, but can also offer storage solutions too.
Moving to Warrington
You cannot move for Victorian properties in Warrington, from traditional two bed terraces to townhouses and spacious detached homes. Those wanting to get their hands on a large detached home or townhouse should look to have a minimum budget of £170,000. However, large estates, country homes and grand period properties can easily fall into the millions. Three bed semi-detached homes fall between £70,0000 and £575,000 and traditional two bed terraced homes start at £61,000. Flats vary between £55,000 and £300,000.
If you would prefer to rent in Warrington you will notice there are a huge number of one and two bed flats on the market varying between £350 pcm and £100 pcm. Larger luxury flats tend to fall around £300 pcm. Two bed terraced homes are between £450 pcm and £900 pcm and family-sized properties start at £575 pcm.
Schools in Warrington
There is a mix of infant, junior and primary schools for children 11 and under in Warrington. Some are faith schools, mostly CofE or Catholic. The primary school your child attends will depend on your catchment area so it can be best to do some research into your local schools. The best performing primary school in Warrington include Grappenhall Heys Primary, Evelyn Street Community Primary, Appleton Thorn Primary and Bruche Community Primary.
Of the 13 secondary schools in Warrington there are some which stand out. Bridgewater High School, Great Sankey High School, Cardinal Newman Catholic High School and Culcheth High School are popular options.
Transport Links Warrington
Warrington is surrounded by motorways; M62 to the north, M6 to the east, M56 to the south. This means that Warrington is well connected by roads to Manchester, Liverpool and Northwich.
Warrington has two train stations, Warrington Central and Warrington Bank Quay. There are eight trains per hour from Warrington Central to the likes of Liverpool Lime Street, Leeds, York, Newcastle and Sheffield.
Warrington Bank Quay hosts even more services, with 11 per hour. Trains travel to London Euston, Birmingham New Street, Glasgow Central, Edinburgh Waverley, Manchester Piccadilly, Llandudno, Liverpool Lime Street and Ellesmere Port.