Astley village is part of a commuter belt to Manchester city centre and the Chaddock Lane Industrial Estate is the main source of employment for those who work within the area. It is a great spot to be in easy reach of Manchester and has an interesting history which dates back hundreds of years.
Astley is made up of a number of smaller suburban areas including Blackmoor, Astley Green, Gin Pit and Cross Hillock. Gin Pit is an isolated hamlet of terraced houses that were built by the mining companies. Astley has a strong housing market with an owner occupancy rate of around 80%.
In the last year, house prices in Astley have increased by 1.5% and a detached house now costs around £280,000. Semi-detached houses are, on average, £166,000 whilst a terraced house will cost in the region of £128,000. Flats in Astley cost considerably less, with the average price falling just short of £68,000.
Astley Green Colliery Museum is the home of the village’s industrial heritage which is largely based around the coal mining industry and weaving and the headframe of the former mine can still be seen there. The remaining peat bogs that surround the village have been a Site of Special Specific Interest. Damhouse, the local manor house, dates back to the 11th century and is now also a heritage centre.
There is also a small local shopping centre in Blackmoor for those who want retail options nearby.
Traditional dining is popular in Astley, and there are a number of pubs and restaurants such as The Old Boat House and the Cart & Horses that offers food and a family friendly atmosphere. Applewood Farm is a pleasant carvery and there are also a number of takeaway options. A quick trip down the A580 towards Worsley opens up more possibilities and a variety of different cuisines.
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Indlu are proud to offer a low fixed fee, priced at just £995 plus VAT and we are different to most other property agents in Astley as our service is 'no sale, no fee' guaranteed. By instructing Indlu as your Astley estate agent, you could potentially save thousands of pounds on the sale of your home.
Our local property agents in Astley are on hand to offer you expert, honest and no nonsense advice so you are in the best position to sell your property. The team at Indlu have over 20 years' experience in the property industry and are extremely knowledgeable about the Astley property market.
If you've instructed Indlu as your estate agent in Astley, your property will be live within 24 hours and will start to be seen by millions of potential buyers on popular property portals such as Zoopla, Rightmove, Primelocation and the Indlu website.
They say a "picture paints a paints a thousand words" and this is certainly true when it comes to marketing your home. This is why our local property agents in Astley are trained to take professional photographs to capture your home in its best light. We will also produce stunning floor plans of your property to accompany the photography as part of your online listing.
Every estate agent in Astley will offer a 'For Sale' board for outside your property, but not every board will grab the attention of local buyers like the Indlu board does! Our unique branding and style will help to get your property noticed and will make you stand out from the rest.
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