Greater Manchester’s most expensive homes revealed


The most expensive property sold last year for £5.5million but came with its own tennis courts in the garden.

Twenty-three homes in Greater Manchester sold for more than £1million each last year, according to property data.

And across Greater Manchester, 242 properties have been bought for seven-figure sums, according to new research from Property Solvers.

Using land register data on sales prices, they estimate luxury homes cost £383million in total in 2021-22 – but this was down from the previous year , where 429 million pounds + buffers changed hands.

And the latest data from September 2022 shows where those with money to flash have taken up residence…

Stanhope Road in Bowdon has seen property values ​​soar this year Google Credit

Here are the 8 most expensive homes sold in Greater Manchester last year

8.Ringley Drive, Whitefield, Manchester, M45 7BX: the average house price on this street is over £1m – but a luxury block with cinema, steam room and six bedrooms cost £2.5m.

7. Broad Gauge, Hale, Altrincham, WA15 0DF: House prices on this popular street have soared 25% in the past year – and a five-bedroom, four-bathroom mansion with landscaped grounds has sold for £2.55m

6 and 5. Stanhope Road, Bowdon, Altrincham, WA14 3JY: Rightmove reports that house prices in this affluent street soared 84% in the last year – and a detached pad sold for £2.55million in that period, while another six beds with its own ‘leisure floor’ changed hands for £3million.

4. Parklands, Grasscroft, near Oldham, OL4 4JT: an absolutely stunning rural home, this seven-bed detached house has its own football pitch, home cinema and swimming pool, set in a beautiful hillside location outside Oldham – and it has grossed £315m pounds sterling when it was sold.

3. Carrwood, Hale Barns, Altrincham, WA15 0EE: A detached house in the still-exclusive Hales Barns was worth £1.1m in 2004 – fast forward to 2021 and it cost £3.4m.

2. Devisdale Road, Altrincham, WA14 2AT: With five bedrooms, a quarter acre of land and close access to two top schools, it’s perhaps no surprise that this house moved for £3.8million.

1. Rose Acres, Barrow Lane, Hale, Altrincham, WA15 0DN: you might need to win the lottery – or be a Premier League footballer – to live here. Like a stately home from a Jane Austen novel, an exclusive four-bed home with five acres of manicured grounds, its own tennis courts and a paddock sold for £5.5million. You can see the list on Rightmove here.


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