New Build Homes in Crewe

Situated in Cheshire, Crewe is famous for being a railway town but offers much more than great transport links. With good schools and amenities and with the Peak District and North Wales close by, Crewe is a very popular place to live. And you’ll find plenty of new homes for sale in Crewe across our new build developments in the area.

Crewe was voted as the best place to live in the UK outside London as recently as 2016

Both the Peak District and North Wales can be reached easily from Crewe

The town has fantastic transport links, with direct services into Manchester, Liverpool & London

Manchester Airport is around 40 minutes drive from Crewe

There are four schools rated as “Outstanding” by Ofsted in Crewe



Crewe is well known for its place on the West Coast mainline, meaning it’s always been an attractive location to live for those commuting elsewhere for work. Manchester city centre can be reached in just over half an hour on the train, whilst the direct service into London Euston has a journey time of around an hour and a half. Liverpool can also be reached directly from Crewe in around an hour and a half. Whether you’re commuting for work or want to visit one of these fantastic cities for a day trip, Crewe is ideally placed. Manchester Airport is also about 40 minutes drive away.

But the town offers plenty more for residents which is why it has been named as the best place to live in the UK outside London. Its proximity to both North Wales and the Peak District ensure lovers of nature and the great outdoors are well catered for, whilst the schools are attractive for families with school age children. In fact, there are four schools in Crewe rated as “Outstanding” by Ofsted and a further 22 “Good” schools. The “Outstanding” schools in Crewe include Adelaide School and Springfield School for secondary education and Wistaston Academy and Monks Coppenhall Academy for primary.

Families living in Crewe will enjoy Queens Park, Crewe Heritage Centre and Lakemore Farm Park as well as football at Alexandra Stadium. Other attractions in the town also include Crewe Lyceum Theatre, Offbeat Brewery and Axis Arts Centre.

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Crewe town centre is set to undergo much in the way of regeneration in the next few years. In fact, approximately £25 million of investment is being put towards 10 separate projects to transform the area into a multi-use destination catering for shoppers in the daytime and leisure activities in the evening.

If you want to call Crewe home, you’ll find a range of new builds in Crewe for sale with Wain Homes.