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Just 20 miles east of Liverpool is the vibrant town of Warrington. Much of the centre is comprised of palatial civic buildings which echo the town’s history and there are many Victorian properties for buyers and renters to choose from. Transport links, particularly for those who drive, are excellent as the M6, M56, and M62 loop around the town. Warrington is an area loved by its residents and professionals, families, couples, and retirees all call it home.
If you are looking to move to or from Warrington including the surrounding areas, get in touch with Britannia Fleet. They are located in Prescot, just 30 minutes from Warrington, and offer removals as well as storage solutions.
Moving to Warrington
There are some bargain properties to be had in Warrington. Families looking for large detached homes with off-street parking and large gardens will need a minimum budget of just £180,000. £220,000 will get you five bedrooms, and £240,000, six bedrooms! Three bed semis are upwards of £80,000 and terraced homes, ideal for first time buyers, can be snapped up for £45,000. Flats and apartments start at £50,000.
Renting is also a great option in Warrington and the market is very buoyant. Flats are upwards of £300 pcm, with two bed terraced homes starting at around £450 pcm. Three bed semi-detached family homes are upwards of £550 pcm and large detached homes start at £850 pcm.
Schools in Warrington
There are too many primary schools in Warrington to count, with many feeding into specific secondary schools. For this reason, it can be best for parents to research this before securing a place for their child. There are many primary schools that received ‘outstanding’ in their latest Ofsted reports, including; Daresbury Primary, Woolston CofE, Evelyn Street Primary, and Grapenhall Heys Primary.
There are over 10 secondary schools for parents and children to choose from in Warrington. However, the most popular are Bridgewater High, Culcheth High, and St Gregory’s.
For teenagers wanting to carry on their education, Priestley College and Warrington Collegiate offer further education.
Transport Links Warrington
Circled by motorways and A roads, Warrington drivers are spoilt for choice. Furthermore, there is an extensive local and regional bus network.
Warrington benefits from having two train stations. Services from Warrington Central run to Liverpool, Manchester, Norwich, Leeds, Newcastle, and Middlesbrough. Warring Bank Quay is a station located to the north of the town centre but has more extensive services than Warrington Central. Travellers can get to destinations such as London, Birmingham, Milton Keynes, Glasgow, Wales, Liverpool, Chester, Manchester, and Newcastle.