Home to an eclectic mix of professionals, entrepreneurs and a few professional footballers, Bramhall has great commuter links to Manchester and good access for Stockport, with links to the M56 for Cheshire and the M57 if you wish to travel to Sheffield.
There is a lot that has been squeezed into the town centre. Home to a good variety of restaurants and cute cafes, along with unusual boutiques, modern furniture shops and a popular shopping area. With a population of around 25,000 people, most of the area's retail businesses are located around Bramhall's central Village Square. If you find yourself feeling a little peckish, then you have many options to choose from too, so certainly won't be hungry for long.
As the area is so sought after, it isn't then surprising that properties don't often come on the market. If you are considering selling your home and listing your property with estate agents Bramhall residents will probably find their property gets snapped up very quickly.
The area is very attractive to young families with its excellent state and private schools. It has a busy community, with an extensive programme of clubs and societies to appeal to people of all ages. So with its mix of modern and tradition, and voted the seventh friendliest area to live in the country, it isn't difficult to see why an increasing number of people want to live in Bramhall Cheshire.
If you are looking to move to the area, it is worth getting in touch with estate agents Bramhall, who know the area well and can help you find the perfect property. There is a good selection of properties in Bramhall, from large detached homes situated near the high street, to smaller cul-de-sacs that offer more privacy, plus a number of beautiful homes that can be found around the Bramhall Park area.
If you are thinking about moving to Bramhall and want to find out more about the area, Bramhall Hall is well worth a visit. The building was once a manor house built in the local traditional style and dates back to Tudor times and is one of Cheshire's black and white timer framed buildings. Bramhall Hall also boasts 70 acres of beautiful parkland and with its pretty gardens, two lakes and charming woodland walks. You can choose to take a guided tour if you do want to find out more, or if you'd rather, just take a stroll around and enjoy the Hall's pretty charm and history.`
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