The sought-after homes for sale in Greater Manchester that everyone is viewing

House hunters in Greater Manchester are having a difficult time finding homes at the moment.

As demand continues to outweigh supply, there are an increased number of homeowners wanting to move – but there just aren’t enough properties coming onto the market.

In what has been described by local estate agents’ as a ‘seller’s market’, many buyers are being forced to compete against one another to secure their homes – causing house prices to continue to soar.

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Amongst the limited homes for sale across our region, there are certain properties that are catching the eyes of many potential buyers.

Here we have listed nine of the most popular homes currently on the market in Greater Manchester. Each of these homes are completely different but they are all attracting thousands of views from house hunters searching for properties on Zoopla.

Prestolee Road, Radcliffe

£ 300,000




This property in Bury is one of the most sought-after homes in the area. Listed for sale on January 18, the three-bed farmhouse has had 2,400 views in the last 30 days.

The £ 300,000 rural house boasts a spacious lounge with a feature log burner and bay window, traditional style kitchen, a master bedroom, two good-sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom.



Living area
Living area

Across half an acre of land the home has a true countryside feel with four stables and an outbuilding, as well as being surrounded by open fields and canal side walks.

Hamilton Street, Atherton

£ 475,000




Located in Wigan, this home has had just less than 1,950 views from house hunters since it was put up for sale on February 25.

The four-bed property is on the market for £ 475,000 and is considered virtually ready to move straight into.



Large kitchen dining area
Large kitchen dining area

Inside the characterful detached property features a lounge, games room, large kitchen diner, a home office, a master bedroom with an en-suite and walk-in dressing room, three spacious bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The owners have also converted an outbuilding in the garden into an optional fifth bedroom, which boasts its own en-suite.

Newbold Street, Rochdale

£ 170,000



Newbold Street
Newbold Street

This semi-detached home in Rochdale has caught the eyes of many potential buyers with 1,720 views in the last month.

With a bargain guide price of £ 170,000 and considered a great investment, this four-bed home has a unique, eye-catching exterior built with modern gray brick and rustic wood window frames.




Across three floors the townhouse has a kitchen dining room, a lounge, four bedrooms, one with an en-suite, and a family bathroom. Outside there is both a side and rear garden.

Glenside Drive, Bolton

£ 260,000



Glenside Drive
Glenside Drive

Since it was listed for sale on February 10, this detached home in Bolton has been viewed 1,560 times.

The three-bed property is located on a corner plot within Great Lever and briefly comprises an entrance hallway, spacious lounge with a bay window, log burning fire and open-plan dining and kitchen area downstairs.



Living area
Living area

On the first floor is a master bedroom with an en-suite and a second bedroom which also has its own private bathroom. Above this bedroom is a fully furnished loft conversion accessed via a pull down step ladder.

There is also a converted garage with a third bedroom as well as front and rear gardens.

High Avenue, Bolton

£ 70,000



High Avenue
High Avenue

There is no surprise that this three-bed home is proving popular with house hunters, as its on the market for a bargain price of £ 70,000.

Although it was listed for sale back in November, the semi-detached home is still on the market and has attracted 1,560 views within the last 30 days.




Available to cash buyers only, the home is a great doer-upper with lots of potential, appealing to both first-time buyers and investors.

The property has been extended and is made up of a hallway, lounge, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and one bathroom. It also has a driveway to the front and a good-sized garden to the rear.

Poynter Walk, Oldham

£ 130,000



Poynter Walk
Poynter Walk

In the last 30 days, this terraced home in Oldham has had just under 1,500 views from eager house hunters.

The four-bed property is on the market for £ 130,000 and would make an ideal purchase for a growing family, first time buyer of investor.



Living area
Living area

For its reasonable price, the home has multiple spacious living areas including a modern open-plan kitchen dining area and a living room with french doors leading out to the rear garden.

The first floor has three bedrooms and a family bathroom, and there is a further bathroom downstairs.

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Wordsworth Avenue, Radcliffe

£ 190,000



Wordsworth Avenue
Wordsworth Avenue

This four-bed property in Radcliffe has been looked at thousands of times.

Since it was put on the market on February 9, the ‘great-sized’ family home has attracted 1,460 views.



Family bathroom
Family bathroom

The property is made up of an entrance hall, lounge, conservatory, fitted kitchen, utility room, downstairs bedroom with an en-suite, and a further three bedrooms and a bathroom.

Outside there is an enclosed garden to the rear and a driveway to the front.

Bartlett Street, Openshaw

£ 110,000



Certain areas are seeing house prices increase

This terraced home is on the market for £ 110,000, and it has had 1,440 views in the last month.

Located in a quiet residential area within easy access to the city center, the three-bed property is a great example of a potential doer-upper.



Living room

Fairly spacious inside, the home has an entrance hall, large living room, a second reception room, spacious kitchen, under-stair storage and a good sized rear garden on the ground floor.

Upstairs there is a landing with access to three double bedrooms and a four-piece bathroom that is ‘bigger than average’.

Canal Bank, Eccles

£ 280,000



Canal Bank
Canal Bank

Located in Salford, this end terrace home has been on the market since November. In the last 30 days, it has been viewed 1,371 times.

The period property overlooks Bridgewater Canal and benefits from a hallway, bay-fronted lounge, dining room, fitted kitchen, cellar with utility area, two double bedrooms, an office and a newly fitted bathroom.



Newly fitted bathroom
Newly fitted bathroom

Outside there are gardens to the front and rear, with the back garden fitted with artificial grass for easy maintenance.

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