Do you want to know what it’s really like to live in Cheadle Hulme? This week, we caught up with the old owners of the Million Pound House to get the run-down of amenities in the local area. You won’t be disappointed.
"Cheadle Hulme is a vibrant village with many small independent cafes, real ale bars, and public houses, which are full of friendly locals. With outstanding local schools and leisure facilities and just a 20-minute drive to Manchester City Centre, you can’t get a better location if you choose to make the house your home."
One of our favourite restaurants in Cheadle Hulme is the Italian Gusto which has a great atmosphere and is very popular with families, offering a good choice of food and cocktails.
Other restaurants in Cheadle Hulme and nearby include:
- Silk Road,
- Victors (pictured),
- Rainbow 88, and
Pubs and Bars
Pubs and Bars in Cheadle Hulme and nearby include:
- The John Millington,
- The Hesketh,
- The Church Inn,
- The Governors,
- Platform 5,
- The Chiverton Tap, and
- The Bubble Room (pictured).
- Tesco Express, and
- M&S Food & Petrol.
There is also a larger Tesco, as well as Sainsbury's and Morrisons within a 5-minute drive.
Shops and Department Stores
Department stores include:
- John Lewis,
- Marks & Spencer,
- Boots, and
There are also a selection of charming boutique stores, including Daisy’s Florist (pictured above).
Cheadle Hulme boasts very good academic schools in the area, both private and state.
Private schools include:
- Cheadle Hulme School,
- Stockport Grammar,
- Kings Macclesfield, and
- Alderley Edge School for Girls.
State schools include:
- The highly-rated Cheadle Hulme High School,
- Bramhall High,
- Kingway School, and
- Stockport Academy.
All local primary schools are very well rated by Ofsted, with two within walking distance - Lane End Primary School and Hursthead Primary School.
The Surrounding Area
The nearby village of Bramhall, with the historic Bramall Park, is a lovely attraction for families and where the local Bramall Park run is held on a Saturday morning. Bramhall Village is very community orientated, with local cafes, shops, bars, and restaurants right on your doorstep.
These are some more local villages located within a seven-mile radius of Cheadle Hulme, including the famous ‘golden triangle’:
- Alderley Edge
Plus, the Million Pound House is just a 16-minute train journey away from Manchester City Centre with its many excellent restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels, and nightlife.
There are numerous sporting clubs and facilities to join locally, ideal for families with children of all ages. There are several large cinema complexes with dining, a bowling alley, mini-golf, driving ranges, a climbing wall, indoor ski slope, golf clubs and several beautiful family parks. Chester Zoo, Knowsley Safari Park and Alton Towers Theme Park are all North West based local attractions.
Enter the Omaze Million Pound House Draw
Enter the Omaze Million Pound House Draw and on 20th November, you could be announced as the winner of the Million Pound House. You'll be exploring the local area of Cheadle Hulme and adding to this list of favourites in no time.
The best bit? You’ll be supporting Teenage Cancer Trust frontline nurses and support teams at a time when help is needed more than ever. So, what are you waiting for? Don't delay, enter now.