Shared Ownership In Greater Manchester
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Britain's third-largest conurbation has long been an epicentre of culture and industry and retains a unique and infectious self-belief. Modern Greater Manchester offers a wealth of economic, educational and social benefits, and with shared ownership homes, they are open to more people than ever.
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It boasts the oldest public library in the English speaking world, was once the epicentre of the industrial revolution and spearheaded British dance music.
The city itself has an intoxicating, inclusive atmosphere, and is one of the best places in Britain to enjoy live music, entertainment and shopping.
More than 200 tram and train stations serve 2.7 million residents, making it easy to enjoy the full breadth of the city, whether working, studying or relaxing.
It’s little wonder Greater Manchester is so popular, and while this has pushed up house prices, shared ownership properties present an affordable way to enjoy the region’s many draws.
Even non-football fans can’t help but be impressed by this 74,000 seater stadium – the largest club football venue in the UK. After a visit here you’ll soon understand why Bobby Charlton nicknamed it “The Theatre of Dreams”. It is by some measures the heart and soul of Manchester.
Enjoy a vast array of superbly designed exhibits on science, technology and industry – with a distinct focus on Manchester’s achievements in these realms. Key themes include transport, sewage systems, textiles and computers (Alan Turing was, of course, from Manchester).
Founded during Cromwell’s Republic in 1653, Chetham’s is the oldest free public reference library in the English-speaking world. Most of the library’s 100,000 volumes were printed before 1851. Readers can enter free of charge by appointment, and tours are available.
The free-to-enter Manchester Art Gallery houses numerous works of national and international significance and includes works by Thomas Gainsborough, Joshua Reynolds and George Stubbs. The grand old building, designed by Sir Charles Barry, is worth the visit alone.
With 2.7 million residents, Greater Manchester offers a vast choice of school options for those considering a new shared ownership home in the area - both government and private. Among the best rated state-funded primary schools are Seymour Park Community Primary School, St Vincent's Catholic Primary School, and the Holy Family VA RC Primary School.
Transport is a key consideration for anyone seeking an affordable home in Greater Manchester, and there's much to praise. As mentioned, 200+ tram and train stops connect this vast metropolis, alongside an extensive bus network. London can be reached by train in just over 2 hours, while Manchester International airport places national and international destinations within easy reach.
As with any large UK city, Manchester enjoys extensive NHS provision, with several large hospitals across the conurbation. GP surgeries, dentists and opticians are easily accessible. The larger population also sustains some private medical and cosmetic hospitals.