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Located around seven miles West of Manchester city centre, Worsley and Boothstown is off the Metrolink. In fact, technically, it doesn’t even have a train station. In reality, nearby Walkden station also serves Worsley and Boothstown. Trains from Walkden make the trip to Manchester city centre in about 20 minutes. There are also plenty of buses and excellent road connections.
Despite the limited public transport, Worsley and Boothstown is popular with families. This is due to its good schools, village atmosphere, historic beauty, and access to the surrounding countryside.
Arguably one of Manchester most desirable locations, the leafy and picturesque region of Worsley has long been popular with people looking to purchase a property in the Manchester region. Located within the metropolitan borough of Salford, the demand for property in Worsley has proven robust in recent years, and this remains the case today, where we are currently selling properties in Worsley in less than 18 days on average.
The average price of a property in Worsley is currently £224,925, significantly higher than the average for Greater Manchester as a region (circa. £160,000). According to the latest figures from Rightmove, the average price of a property for sale in Worsley was 11% over the past two years.
Worsley village is a conservation area which includes a large number of listed buildings such as Wardley Hall. Areas around the canal and Worsley Delph have been restored and landscaped making them an attractive place to visit. Salford College has a campus nearby which is ideal for young people in the area.
Worsley Golf Club is a much visited attraction, and there is also a clay pigeon shooting club to join.
Worsley Old Hall is one of the highlights of the town as it offers both a pub and restaurant which are always popular. The Novotel and Marriott hotels also offer fabulous places to eat and drink in comfort and style.
There are a number of other cosmopolitan restaurants and bars that will keep you well fed from breakfast right through until late at night. There are Italian and traditional restaurants in the area, with a varied selection just a stone’s throw away in towns such as Eccles.
|1||£119,167 (3)||£97,000 (1)||N/A||N/A|
|2||£130,679 (14)||£178,540 (92)||£197,390 (41)||£218,250 (8)|
|3||£242,150 (4)||£219,780 (58)||£256,001 (160)||£277,551 (34)|
|4||£190,000 (1)||£355,728 (9)||£351,184 (25)||£482,696 (54)|
|5||N/A||N/A||£486,200 (10)||£785,167 (12)|
|1||£594 (1)||N/A||N/A||£477 (1)|
|2||£698 (7)||£947 (10)||£881 (3)||£893 (8)|
|3||£921 (2)||£1,192 (3)||£1,076 (3)||£1,083 (5)|
|4||N/A||N/A||£1,573 (1)||£1,917 (3)|
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