The Wirral

The Wirral is a wonderful place to live with many a hidden gem to be found within our beautiful peninsula.

Our location guide highlights the key areas and beautiful scenery available to you in the region, and is a very useful guide if you are looking to buy or move house in Wirral.

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Bebington

Bebington and Port Sunlight are some of the most scenic villages on the Wirral, both situated close to the River Mersey on the eastern side of the peninsula. Port Sunlight...

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Bidston

Suburban Bidston is a large area of hilly land on the Wirral and has a mixture of high-quality residential housing complemented by more affordable properties for smaller budgets. Bidston features...

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Birkenhead

Birkenhead is steeped in history and had a stellar reputation for ship building as well as being a powerful seaport. These days it continues to grow thanks to its close...

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Bromborough

On the east side of the Wirral is the village of Bromborough with a varied number of housing options, good transport links, and access to a large retail park featuring...

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Ellesmere Port

Ellesmere Port is a large port area on the edge of the Wirral, and has a long-standing industrial heritage. Ellesmere Port covers a number of residential areas including Childer Thornton,...

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Greasby

Generations of families have called Greasby home, while a short walk connects Greasby with leafy Frankby which is home to the scenic Roydon Park, guesthouses, a livery, farm shops, and...

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Heswall

On the west of the Wirral is Heswall, an affluent part of the Wirral with a large, bustling village with lots to see and do. Barnston and Brimstage are smaller...

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Hoylake

The seaside town of Hoylake has well and truly had the ‘sporting spotlight’ shone on it having hosted The Open Championship in both 2006 and 2014, which has further emphasised...

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Irby

Irby has rich history steeped in Viking origins and whilst being one of the smaller villages on the Wirral, it is a bustling community with access to a number of...

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Lower Heswall

Connected to affluent Heswall is Lower Heswall, a leafy village community which has a slower pace and quieter way of life than its busier counterpart. There are a large number...

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Moreton

Moreton and Leasowe can be found on the north coast of the Wirral. Moreton is a sizeable area with a strong sense of community, with Leasowe a popular destination for...

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Neston

Neston is a small town in South West Wirral, and is surrounded by the smaller residential villages of Ness, Little Neston, Burton, and Puddington. The Market Town Initiative has also...

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New Brighton

New Brighton sits on the north-eastern corner of the Wirral and is a popular seaside resort. Its sandy coast lines the Irish Sea, and the area has a range of...

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New Ferry

New Ferry, Rock Ferry and Tranmere are all urban parts of eastern Wirral; Tranmere especially has a high density of affordable housing, with large investments in property development continuing to...

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Oxton

The suburb of Oxton is an affluent area, a much sought-after village to live in, and features a variation of different properties. Oxton itself is a conservation area with a...

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Thingwall

Toward the centre of the Wirral are Thingwall and Pensby, with both villages part of the Pensby and Thingwall Ward. Thingwall has a lot of traditional buildings in the area...

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Thornton Hough

Thornton Hough is an affluent area on the Wirral and is in an Area of Special Landscape Value. The village has 22 listed buildings and is a conservation area. Thornton...

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Upton

Toward the northern centre of the Wirral are the villages of Upton and Woodchurch; historically Woodchurch used to be a farming area as was Upton before urbanisation took over. Both...

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Wallasey

Wallasey can be found toward the north-east of Wirral and is at the mouth of the River Mersey. The town has a rich history with horse races organised there in...

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West Kirby

West Kirby lies on the western coast of the Wirral with visitors from all over the North West coming to experience its award-winning beaches. Further along the coast is Caldy,...

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