Personal Estate Agency for Levenshulme and the surrounding areas.

Personal Estate Agent covering Burnage, Kingsway, Levenshulme and West Point.

About Levenshulme and the surrounding areas.

Lining the main access road between Manchester & Stockport, Levenshulme and the surrounding areas in M19 including Burnage, Kingsway and West Point are a diverse community of neighbourhoods with an up-and-coming vibrant café culture, as more independent retailers launch bars, restaurants, cafes and retail shops.

With a population of nearly 35,000 people across more than 13,000 households, families in this area are spoilt for their choice of schools rated ‘Outstanding’ or ‘Good’ by Ofsted including Alma Park Primary, Chapel Street Primary, St. Bernard’s Primary, St. Marys Primary and Levenshulme High School for Girls. Parks include Cringle Park and Greenbank Playing Fields with Highfield Country Park and the Fallowfield Loop being a popular space for walkers. A variety of both newly established, and longstanding amenities can be enjoyed by residents including Station South cycle cafe, Levenshulme Antiques village and Arcadia Library and Leisure centre.

Property across Levenshulme and the surrounding areas is fast becoming a hotspot for young professionals and families which shows no sign of slowing. This can likely be attributed to the array of independent retailers injecting a new lease of life into the area. Property types vary from detached and semi-detached family homes, Victorian bay fronted terraces, and local authority housing whilst more modern developments are expected to continue to be introduced as the regeneration continues. The average house price in M19 is £258,529 (Zoopla March 2023).

Levenshulme and the surrounding areas are easily accessible by Car (A6, M56, M60), Bus (192,197), Train (Levenshulme) and Bicycle (Fallowfield Loop).

Why choose me to sell or let your home in M19?

Levenshulme and the surrounding areas are deep routed in my family history with lots of my early memories being along Stockport Road visiting grandparents, aunts, uncles & cousins. Playing on Cringle Park, family events at St Mary Parish Church or afternoon walks through Highfield Country Park. I was lucky enough to spend my early twenties living just off Broom Lane having taken the first steps of leaving the safety of my parents’ home (although they were only around the corner!). You’ll still find me on Highfield Country Park most weekends walking the dog, or on Fallowfield Loop, most likely stopping at Station South for a well-deserved beer during an afternoon run.

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