Bolton house prices are on the rise and when you look at what this Lancashire town has to offer it is easy to see why. Bolton is well connected by road, rail and bus to all parts of the UK. Situated just 10 miles north west of the City of Manchester, you are never far away from the bright lights of the city and yet can enjoy a town feel.
Bolton is well regarded as one of the friendliest places to live in the UK and doesn’t take itself too seriously. Famous residents such as Peter Kay and Vernon Kay are just two examples of the kind og humour this fun town enjoys.
It’s no laughing matter, Bolton is a seriously great place to live. The University is now attracting more students than ever who come here to enjoy top class facilities and a diverse and proud community. Bolton estate agents show house prices are on the rise and investment is being made to rejuvenate the town even further. The new £200m Church Wharf Development is just one example, creating over 600 new homes along with a range of restaurants, bars and cafes.
The town centre itself has everything the resident or visitor could possibly need. The centre is pedestrianised and the grand Albert Hall stands price of place in the square watching over the busy shoppers. When it comes to shops, Bolton has many of the big names including Marks & Spencer, Starbucks, Zara, Bank, H&M and HMV. Those who enjoy theatre, arts and music will find the Albert Hall, the Octagon Theatre and a range of museums and galleries to enjoy.
If countryside is more your thing, then you will be pleased to know that you are well connected by road or rail and right on the doorstep of the Pennines. Enjoy walking, mountain biking and cycling on some of the North West’s best roads and trails.