If you're looking for new homes in Cheshire, no doubt you've been doing your research on the best areas to live. Sandbach is a charming market town where we've started work on some new build developments. Here is why Sandbach could be the perfect fit for you and your family.
1. There's plenty to do
From a trip to the Wheelock Hall Farm - with its large indoor and outdoor play areas, animal petting and tempting farm shop - or a visit to the Market Square, home to the Sandbach Crosses which reportedly date back to the 7th century, there are lots of things to keep all the family entertained right on your doorstep.
2. It's got brilliant transport links
As well as local bus services, Sandbach train station has lines running through to Crewe and Manchester, making it great for commuters. You also have easy access to J17 of the M6, so however you travel, it's an ideal location for affordable housing in Cheshire.
3. Eat, drink and shop
For a cosy market town, there are plenty of options to eat, drink and shop in Sandbach. Fill up on pizza and pasta at Raffaele, be transported to Thailand at Phanthong or indulge in an afternoon tea at Miola Coffee Lounge. After a wander around the stalls at Market Hall, sip on a gin cocktail at Bar Six, choose from the wide range of pints at The Beer Emporium or get comfy in front of the fire at the Midland Inn.
4. You're close to nature
If nature is your thing, there are plenty of green spaces for you to explore. You'll never tire of taking strolls through Brereton Heath Local Nature Reserve, Sandbach Park and Brook Wood, for endless days in the great outdoors.
5. There's a great choice of schools
Within Sandbach, you have a choice of 6 primary schools. When the time comes for your little ones to move up, there's Sandbach High for girls and Sandbach School for boys.
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