Hale has a population of slightly over 15,000 and is considered one of Britain’s most affluent areas with houses huge in this local village and has famous been the home for celebrities In the past. However with a population of 15,000 it shows one does not need to be a footballer to be part of one of the most famous areas in Greater Manchester. It is with little doubt that people move to Hale largely because of the beautiful as there are not a vast number of retailers and property/business services in the area itself, but in local areas. Yet despite tis nearly 50% of everyone employed in the area work in business services, retail or manufacturing.
Hale is also a location that brings people with different beliefstogether ad has them work in complete harmony. It has the St. Peter’s Church of England which is a grade II* listed buildings, which puts it on the same list as buildings like Manchester Central Library. In addition there is the Sephardi synagogue as well as a mosque on the edge called Altrincham Muslim Association. This sort of diversity and unification in the area reflects how content people re in the area.
Hale is near the Altrincham transport interchange which makes it easy to get the tram or bus to Manchester city centre. Being in Trafford also means it is never too far away from the Trafford Centre and the area itself is also served by Hale Railway Station which makes it easy to travel between Chester and Manchester.
Atwel James thinks that Hale is a perfect place for anyone looking to find comfort and a reason to be excited about going home every day. It offers the best of gardens and some of the best houses themselves. We would recommend Hale to anyone or family looking for that royalty sensation in living at home.