Moving to Cheadle Hulme

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Why move to Cheadle Hulme?

Cheadle Hulme, the home to Mortgage Success! What is there to not love about the area?! It is a great commuter town on the outskirts of Manchester which is also not too far from the countryside with places like Lyme Park, Styal Bank and Macclesfield Forest not far away.

Food – Similarly to our post on Bramhall, Cheadle Hulme also has a lot of independent restaurants with many different cuisines on offer. We are still yet to find a bad one and have tried to give them all a good go (for research purposes obviously).

Drinks – Again, this is an area which is not struggling. There are a few good pubs, and also a Wetherspoons which is always helpful if on a budget.

Parks – There is no shortage of green space in and around Cheadle Hulme, with places like Bruntwood park, the fields behind the Ramillies estate (which has horses in walking freely) and other smaller parks such as Oak Meadow in the town centre, Hesketh park and Maple park etc dotted around the town. There is plenty of space for children to play or to go for a nice walk – which we seem to have been doing plenty of recently.

Education – There are a good number of schools in Cheadle Hulme, most of which are highly rated. The main high school in the area is Cheadle Hulme high school, there is also Cheadle Hulme School and a couple of preparartory schools in the area. In addition we have The Cheadle College (which I still refer to as Ridge Danyers!).

Health and Fitness – There are plenty of gyms and sports clubs in and around Cheadle Hulme, some are on the same estate as ours, you also have places like the Village Hotel which has a great gym and swimming pool and next door you have the Cheadle Life Leisure which also has a very good gym. In addition there are no shortage of golf courses if you prefer something more relaxed.

Cheadle Hulme really does have everything you could want or need and is a great place to live in.

Annual Events

  • Halloween trail – I think this was started due to Covid by ILoveBramhall and IloveCheadleHulme (which is also a great sites full of local information and businesses). Due to the continuing lockdowns and lack of things to do, the community came together to give the younger children a trail to follow and tick off pumpkins around Halloween.
  • Cheshire Fest – This is a great local festival usually held at Manchester Rugby Club in Cheadle Hulme. It usually has tribute acts, local bands, stalls and a theme for the event – well worth a visit even if you are not in the are.

Finally you have access to a great Mortgage Broker in Cheadle Hulme in Mortgage Success. If you would like to discuss your options or even moving to Bramhall, do please get in touch where we would be happy to talk through your options.