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If you are looking to move home in 2022, it is likely you will consider a lot of factors. You need to make sure you can afford a home that fits your needs, but you should also look to find a home in an area where you will enjoy living.

At Fraser Reeves, we believe Newton-le-Willows is a good place to live, and if you are looking for more guidance and information about the market, please get in touch.

What Newton-le-Willows has to offer?

In the spring of 2021, Rightmove listed Newton-le-Willows as the second “hottest property seller’s market”. 82% of properties listed for sale in the area were sold, subject to contract.

Some of the reasons Rightmove cited Newton-le-Willows as an excellent place to live include:

  • A vibrant and busy High Street

  • A great range of independent shops allowing consumers to find goods they couldn’t elsewhere

  • A fine selection of pubs and restaurants

  • Dependable transport links

We also think there are many great outdoor spaces in the local area, which is very important for buyers in the present day.

Newton-le-Willows councillor Seve Gomez-Aspron spoke to St Helens Star, about the Rightmove recommendation for the local area, saying: “Those of us who live here know how fantastic Newton-le-Willows is. Mainly down to our great parks, excellent schools, bustling High Streets, dedicated independent businesses and amazing volunteer and community groups. Our transport links are second to none and our new train station and train services put most of the UK in a couple of hours reach. So the fact people want to be here isn’t a surprise, so the Rightmove study is great news!”

How is the Newton-le-Willows property market faring in 2022?

According to Rightmove, as we make our way into 2022, the Newton-le-Willows housing market is faring as follows;

Properties in Newton-Le-Willows had an overall average price of £193,467 over the last year.

The majority of sales in Newton-Le-Willows during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £171,648. Terraced properties sold for an average of £144,581, with detached properties fetching £293,912.

Overall, sold prices in Newton-Le-Willows over the last year were 12% up on the previous year and 25% up on the 2018 peak of £155,376.”

As you can see from the information shared above, property prices in Newton-le-Willows rose significantly in 2021. This isn’t a surprise as property prices rose sharply across the country last year. There are many reasons for this, but with demand for homes being far greater than the supply of property, it is easy to see why this is the case.

If you are looking to sell your Newton-le-Willows property, please get in touch. We have a strong track record in connecting buyers and vendors, and we look forward to assisting you in 2022, and beyond.

Contact Fraser Reeves for all your Newton-le-Willows property needs

As local agents in Newton-le-Willows, we are keen to support vendors, buyers and landlords in the area as best we can. We offer an extensive range of services, aimed at helping you make your next move with confidence.


If you would like to arrange a property valuation, or discuss your property options, please call Fraser Reeves on 01925 222555.