Heald Green is about a thirty minute drive in the car from Manchester city centre, in a peaceful, quiet location, situated on the outskirts of the countryside.
The village has a feeling of space and is in an affluent area. There are a variety of shops in the centre of Heald Green, ranging from grocers, butchers, newsagents and supermarkets. In addition, the area offers a variety of bars, pubs, restaurants and cafes on the main street, Finney Lane. The local amenities include a library, churches, two primary schools, a secondary school and one of the oldest public houses in the UK.
If you are looking for Manchester lettings or for houses to rent in Heald Green, the properties have predominantly been built between the two world wars, which sit happily alongside Edwardian homes, close to the conservation area of Cheadle. This suburb of Manchester is pretty and leafy and is ideal for young families and couples alike, as most properties have large gardens, long driveways and big garages.
Heald Green has its own train station, situated on the Styal line, with a regular service to Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Airport. The journey time by train to Manchester Piccadilly is approximately 20 minutes. There is an excellent bus service too, with 17 local buses running to the airport and surrounding areas, as well as Manchester city centre. In addition, Heald Green is not far from the local motorways taking you out of the area (just two minutes away from the M56).
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