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Marple is just 20 minutes from Manchester city centre, and yet 15 minutes to the stunning surroundings of the Peak District. This unique location, combined with a number of highly rated primary schools has resulted in an increasing demand for property in Marple and the surrounding areas of Marple Bridge, Compstall and Mellor in recent years.
Good transport links from both Marple and Rose Hill train stations ensure quick and convenient access to Manchester Piccadilly train station, and Marple properties within close proximity to the main stations are in considerable demand with commuters seeking easy access to the city centre. A busy and bustling town centre offers an attractive selection of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. For those seeking more relaxation away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Marple is also home to some of the regions most picturesque parks including Brabyns Country Park, Etherow Country Park and Memorial Park.
Situated on the edge of the stunning Peak District National Park (15 minutes away), Marple combines easy access to the stunning surrounding countryside with a bustling and popular town centre. Within the main shopping centre, a number of excellent high street cafes, bars and restaurants create a busy and vibrant environment, which is popular throughout the week and particularly so at weekends.
For those seeking a more relaxed environment, there are a number of excellent parks and recreational areas including Marple Memorial Park, Etherow Country Park, The Roman Lakes and Brabyns Park. There are a number of exceptional walks to be found throughout Marple and the surrounding areas. For more serious walkers, a 15-20 drive will take you to the stunning surroundings of the Peak District National Park, one of the UK's area of outstanding natural beauty.
For food lovers, Marple is home to a number of excellent eateries including Chat Cart, All Things Nice, The Fishermans Table and Dolce Vita. More recently, a number of fantasic new bars have also opened in the town centre, ensuring the town centre continues to be popular with locals until late in the evenings.
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