Houses For Sale In Cheshire

Houses and property for sale in Cheshire is a growing list of property for those that are looking to buy a home or an investment property in cheshire, possibly as an alternative to rent a flat in London.

If you are buying a house in Cheshire have a look at these properties.

26 London Road, Hazel Grove For Sale or To Let

437a Buxton Road, Great Moor For sale or To Let

Norman Avenue, Hazel Grove For Sale or To Let

Station Street, Hazel Grove For Sale or To Let

Hollymount Gardens, Great Moor For Sale or To Let

Grosvenor Street, Hazel Grove For Sale or To Let

Marsland Street, Hazel Grove For Sale or To Let

Waterside Avenue, Marple Sold

Peckforton Close, Gatley Sold

Corfe Crescent, Hazel Grove Sold

Houses for sale in Alderley Edge, Altrincham, Bramhall, Chester, Congleton, Crewe, Ellesmere Port, Hale, Hazel Grove, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Malpas, Marple, Nantwich, Norbury, Prestbury, Runcorn, Stockport, Tarporley, Vale Royal, Warrington, Weaver Valley, Widnes, Wilmslow, Wirral.

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Cheshire, as an entity, has changed its boundaries on a number of occasions over the last few decades. The first major change was in the 1970's when the County changed dramatically from the Vice-County (VC-58) boundary by losing the panhandle around the Trafford, Tameside and Stockport areas, and the Wirral peninsular. Much of Trafford, Tameside and Stockport were moved into the new administrative county of Greater Manchester. However, small areas around the north of Halton (Widnes and Hale) and the north of Warrington were gained - these were and are strictly a part of the Vice-County of South Lancashire (VC-59), although they are also now a part of the Modern County of Cheshire.

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