Bury is a market town on the outskirts of Manchester which is famous for its’ open-air meat market. Our new homes in Bury are ideal for commuters to Manchester, as well as first-time buyers looking for a new home.
Foxwood Chase, Huncoat, Accrington, BB5 6XL
Sales office at Keenans Estate Agents, 7 Blackburn Road, Accrington, BB5 1HF. Our exclusive collection of 3 and 4 bedroom homes at Kinghill will blend timeless character with high specification modern design.
Norman Road, Altrincham, WA14 4EB
A fantastic range of apartments, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties in Altrincham with fantastic commuter links on the doorstep.
At the heart of Bury town centre you’ll find The Rock and the Mill Gate Shopping Centre, two shopping centres with a host of shopping and dining opportunities. Bury is also famous for its markets, including the meat market where you can sample local produce, including the famous Bury Black Pudding.
Things to do
Elton Wharf is surrounded by an abundance of parks, woodlands and the nearby Irwell Valley, with scenic walks into Manchester along the banks of the River Irwell. There are a number of golf courses on the outskirts of Bury, including Lowes Park and Walmersley, while a hike up nearby Holcombe Hill brings you spectacular views of the Lancashire countryside, especially from the top of Peel Tower. Bury is renowned for its world famous black pudding, seek some out in the central marketplace, which has has been pulling in visitors since 1444.
Elton Wharf is a couple of miles from junctions 2 and 3 of the M66, which is a connecting motorway for the M60 Ring Road, providing a route into the centre of Manchester and surrounding cities such as Stockport and Ashton-under-Lyne. The central hub of the Bury Interchange provides access to bus and tram services into Manchester city centre. Manchester Airport is 25 miles away for travel further afield.
Now is a great time to Buy
Low Interest Rates
With interest rates currently at 0.5%, monthly mortgage payments for new buyers are much more affordable than they have been for some time. There’s never been a better time to buy a new home and take advantage of the low interest rates while they last.
Changes to Stamp Duty
As a First Time Buyer there's no Stamp Duty on homes up to the value of £300,000, which could save you anywhere up to £5,000. If you're buying one of our homes between £300,000 - £500,000 you'll pay 5% of this amount
Competitive Mortgage Deals
There’s no shortage of competitive mortgages available. With lenders competing to offer low interest products and better deals, it’s a buyers’ market and an ideal time to consider buying a new build home.