21 Oct

Manchester: England’s potential new second city

Manchester: England’s potential new second city

The city of Manchester is fast becoming one of the most desirable places to live in the UK and is spoken of by many as fast becoming England’s second city, rivalling Birmingham for that title. So, should you be looking for property for sale in Manchester, chances are you won’t be alone.

Manchester is one of the liveliest metropolises in the country and has a thriving nightlife, good cultural history as well as a friendly population. Of an evening, the city’s bars and restaurants come alive with top drawer food and festivities while in the day, the city has a number of art galleries and museums for residents to peruse.

The city’s main reputations are found within the field of sport and music. Huge bands such as the Stone Roses, Oasis and the Happy Mondays all plied their trade in the city’s small, unique bars and clubs before hitting the big time. The city also has its own MEN music and performance arena.

In terms of sport, two of the world’s biggest football teams are both located in Manchester. The rivalry between City and United is famous worldwide with both teams hosting world class athletes all year round.

In terms of transport, few cities outside London can boast such impressive links. The city has three train stations connecting easily to the larger cities around the country. Nationwide bus services run through the town as do inner-city links while Manchester even has its own tram system to reach the outer suburbs. Manchester Airport is also within easy driving distance should you need to fly anywhere.

Manchester has an awful lot going for it and it’s this plethora of activities and services which mean the city is enjoying such a fast-growing reputation as a great place to live. Whether you’re looking for property to rent in Manchester or a house for sale, it could be one of the better decisions you make.ADNFCR-1222-ID-800771870-ADNFCR

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