Whitefield Property NewsPosted: 29th April 2020
Whitefield is located five miles to the north of Manchester, along the south side of the River Irwell. It is easily accessed by the M60 or the Metrolink.
Whitefield residents have the best of both worlds – a number of golf courses and green spaces on their doorstep, as well as a diverse high street, and easy access to Bury’s cinema and shopping centre.
There’s a local library, a small theatre, numerous hair and beauty salons, and large supermarkets which include Morrison’s and the newly developed Aldi.
The Manchester Outer Ring Road gives you access to most of Greater Manchester, and you’re just a 20 minute drive away from the city centre.
Whitefield is home to some familiar chains, as well as vibrant independents. The most famous being Slattery’s on Bury New Road which is a super popular family-run Chocolatier and cafe with a loyal following. There are also sandwich shops and a variety of takeaways.
There are also a good selection of highly regarded primary and secondary schools located within the M45 postcode.
Whitefield is home to one conservation area (All Saints), 14 listed buildings and two nature reserves: Philips Park and Hollins Vale. There are also several public open green spaces including Whitefield, Hamilton Road and Victoria Parks.
Properties in Whitefield had an overall average price of £240,878 over the last year.
The majority of sales in Whitefield during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £212,944. Terraced properties sold for an average of £165,504, with detached properties fetching an average of £423,319.
Overall, sold prices in Whitefield over the last year were 6% up on the previous year and 11% up on the 2017 peak of £217,646.