In and around Glossop there are a wealth of grade two listed buildings and conservation areas which prove an attractive draw for those wanting to escape from the busy nearby cities of Manchester and Sheffield. Recently there has been an increase in new developments, which means choice between old and new is expanding. So, whether you prefer a bijoux cottage or a large 5 bedroom executive family home, Glossop really does cater for all.
If you are new to the area and have children to consider, Glossop has a plethora of excellent primary and secondary schools to choose from. Such as St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy on Sunlaws Street and the brand new Glossopdale School on Newshaw Lane.
In terms of socialising, being just 35 minutes from Manchester on the train means you can take advantage of the fantastic nightlife the city has to offer. Alternatively, if you prefer not to venture as far, the town has some great independent eateries. The Bulls Head on Old Road is great for traditional home cooked food and a warm friendly atmosphere, or to tickle those taste buds why not try some Sri Lanken cuisine at Ayubowan Restaurant on High Street West.
The superb Reeds Rains Glossop branch manage rental properties from £450pcm for a 1 bedroom flat or terraced property, up to around £1500pcm for a large detached family home. If you are thinking of buying, 1 bed flats or terraced houses start from as little as £100,000 or if you are searching for a 5 bed detached new build, or a farmhouse property, these could set you back anything from £700,000 to 1 million pounds.
The expert knowledge held by our staff at Reeds Rains coupled with their friendly and positive demeanour makes for an Estate and Letting Agents that you can trust. They would be very happy to discuss your requirements, assist you in your property search or give advice regarding the housing market.
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