Stockport City Centre
There’s a lot of diversity in Stockport’s housing market; from cosy ‘two-up, two-down’ houses to sprawling detached homes.
As you might expect in a historic town, plenty of the properties have attractive period features. Several of the houses are traditional red-brick Victorian and Edwardian terraces, with many having two reception rooms downstairs and two bedrooms on the upper floor. However, some of the Victorian properties offer larger living dimensions for bigger families.
You’ll also find plenty of semi-detached homes in the area, which are popular with families, thanks to their more generously sized gardens and driveways. If you’ve got a bigger budget, then you’ll find some impressive properties in Bramhall and Davenport, offering plenty of living space and some imposing architectural features.
That’s not to say modern properties aren’t well represented.
Some of the country’s best
developers have been busy in the area, creating stylish modern
apartments and modern suburban homes for those who prefer contemporary living.