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Prestbury, Wilmslow and Alderley Edge top Cheshire’s million pound property sales

PUBLISHED: 09:37 06 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:11 22 February 2018

A mullti-million pound property located in Prestbury Photo: Jackson-Stops, Wilmslow

A mullti-million pound property located in Prestbury Photo: Jackson-Stops, Wilmslow


Over 200 commercial and residential properties sold for over £1 million in Cheshire during 2017, and the Golden Triangle is leading the way

A selction of the most expensice properties sold in Cheshire during 2017A selction of the most expensice properties sold in Cheshire during 2017

It was a healthy year for high-end property sales in Cheshire during 2017 with the top ten residential properties selling for a combined total of £40 million pounds.

The Golden Triangle is still one of the most sought after property locations in the country with six of the most expensive homes that were sold in Cheshire located in Alderley Edge, Prestbury and Wilmslow.

The top two homes in the list were both in Prestbury and were sold for more than £5 million pounds each, while just down the road, the two Alderley Edge properties in the top ten were both sold at around the £4 million pound mark. A single property in Wilmslow sold for more than £3 million.

Over 200 properties were sold for more than £1 million in 2017, here's a breakdown of the locationsOver 200 properties were sold for more than £1 million in 2017, here's a breakdown of the locations

In Cheshire West, two Knutsford properties made the Cheshire top ten, achieving £4 million and £3 million pounds on the market respectively and a single property in Frodsham was just below the £3 million pound mark.

According to figures released by the Land Registry, there were over 200 commercial and residential properties that were sold for over £1 million pounds during 2017. Prestbury, Alderley Edge and Wilmslow accounted for over 60 of these sales, with Knutsford registering 22 seven figure transactions.

Chester registered 18 million pound plus sales, with the majority of them from the commercial sector and within the CH1 postcode, this suggests that the city centre continues be a major hub for business and leisure within the North West.

Crewe was the only other location within Cheshire that saw a higher ratio of its million pound sales coming from the commercial sector, in total there were 14 million pound plus sales in the year.

Greater Manchester, which includes areas such as Stockport and Altrincham, registered twice as many million pound property sales during 2017, the large majority of these were commercial buildings.


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