Newton le Willows
Newton-le-Willows is a market town in Merseyside with a history in the railway industry, and while they may not be built in the town any more, the town is kept on track as a popular destination for commuters due to its’ close proximity to Manchester city centre.
City Road, St Helens, WA10 6UY
A fantastic range of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties, in the thriving town of St Helens.
Bruche Avenue, Warrington, WA1 3EG
An attractive development of 3 bedroom homes in a leafy village setting on the outskirts of Warrington.
Both Newton-le-Willows and Earlestown have weekly markets and a number of amenities along their high streets, while also being a train stop away from the bustling city centre of Manchester, where you’ll find a number of theatres, cinemas and entertainment centres as well as the busy Arndale Centre shopping centre and a number of marketplaces. For something a little quirky why not check out the city’s Northern Quarter? You’ll find a bohemian blend of cafes, restaurants and record stores, with four floors of unique boutiques to explore at the Afflecks indoor market.
Things To Do
The market towns of Newton-le-Willows and Earlestown are located within the same district, essentially giving access to two town centres and connecting train stations. On the outskirts of town there are a number of golf courses, country parks and canalside walks for a day outdoors, or why not enjoy a day at the races at Haydock Park Racecourse, located just north of the town?
The town is served by both Newton-le-Willows and Earlestown train stations, making the area popular with commuters into Manchester city centre, while in the other direction there are regular trains to Warrington, Chester and Holyhead. The M6 provides routes to the neighbouring towns of Warrington and Wigan, travelling south brings you to a connection with the M62 for routes into Manchester and Liverpool.
Now is a great time to Buy
Low Interest Rates
With interest rates currently at 0.75%, 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.