Property Prices by Road in Crewe
House Prices By County : Cheshire West And Chester :
Information about Crewe, Cheshire West And Chester:
Crewe is a town in Cheshire and has a population of 71,722. The current average sale price in Crewe is £199,089. The town is situated 35 miles south of Manchester.
Crewe is well-known for being home to Crewe Works, which is a railway engineering facility built in 1840. Sites of interest in Crewe include Queens Park, which is Grade II* listed and opened in 1887. The Market Centre is the largest shopping centre in the town; the Victoria Centre is a smaller shopping centre. Crewe Heritage Centre is a railway museum in the town and was established in 1987.
Other sites of interest include the Lyceum Theatre, which was built in 1887 and rebuilt in 1911. There are art galleries, a cinema and a library in the town. Crewe Hall is a Jacobean mansion east of Crewe and is Grade I listed.
There are sports facilities for sports including football. Crewe has several primary and secondary schools, while South Cheshire College provides further education courses.
Crewe railway station opened in 1837 and provides services to destinations including London, Shrewsbury, Birmingham, Stoke-on-Trent, Bournemouth, Chester and Manchester.
Below is a list of all the roads in Crewe, together with information on the average sale price for properties in that road (timescales referenced are at the bottom of the page).
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BIRCH FOLD Crewe, CW4
BLACKBERRY GARDENS Crewe, CW4
BRERETON LANE Crewe, CW4
HARRISON DRIVE Crewe, CW4
HOLMES CHAPEL ROAD Crewe, CW4
CW4 7LP CW4 7LW
POOLFORD LANE Crewe, CW4
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