Selling Property in Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Since 2011, Chorlton-cum-Hardy has become ever more popular, which is obviously a huge benefit to anyone selling property in the area. Chorlton has really become one of the most vibrant areas in the south of Manchester, with a creative culture and modern hipster vibe that everybody can enjoy.
The opening of the Chorlton Metrolink in 2011 was music to the ears of property owners, since it made it even easier to sell property in Chorlton-cum-Hardy. Up until that point, the many attractions of a location between town and city, with excellent schools and great amenities and leisure facilities, had to be set against the fact that the nearest Metrolink station was Old Trafford.
When selling in a popular and modern suburb, such as Chorlton-cum-Hardy, getting the right estate agent on your side can make all the difference when it comes to getting the absolute best price for your property.
The Chorlton-cum-Hardy Property Market
The current average value for properties in Chorlton-cum-Hardy stands at N/A (April 2019), which represents a change of % in the last 3 months since January 2019.
The average price of N/A is an increase of % on this time last year. Detached properties in Chorlton-cum-Hardy have the highest average value at £421,443, compared with semi-detached properties (£367,089), terraced properties (£307,034) and flats (£184,595).
The market is improving and estate agents in Chorlton-cum-Hardy do have a reason to be positive, as the current values represent an increase on the average amount paid for properties in Chorlton-cum-Hardy over the past 12 months. The average sale price for detached properties is currently £550,911, compared with semi-detached properties (£398,588), terraced properties (£326,438) and flats (£175,372).