Month: March 2017

this months collection point for the heatons property blog

The Heatons property blog collection point. Pick up your copy from MD Hair, Moorside Road

Posted by Julian Wadden Estate and Lettings Agents on Thursday, March 23, 2017

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the ash tea rooms

Where better to take you Mum this Mothers day, than the Ash Tea Rooms on Manchester Road. This iconic Heatons eatery, has also just released the fantastic news that they are no longer relocating.

The menu looks amazing.

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free golf at heaton moor

Looking to Start Playing Golf! Heaton Moor Golf Club are hosing a Taster Day at Heaton Moor Golf Club on Mauldeth Road on the 9th April.

If you were thinking of having a go at the brilliant game, you can book online at

Golfing equipment and refreshments are provided but feel free to bring the family and have your lunch there too.

Everyone is welcome in the clubhouse and there is a lovely terrace to enjoy a coffee etc.


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what is the property tenure composition in sk4?

One of the real tests to see if an area is suited to your tastes is to look at the composition of the household tenure types. In The Heatons, the mix of different household tenure types is as follows:

Owned outright 34.2%
Owned with a mortgage 38.1%
Shared ownership 0.4%
Social rented 11.2%
Private rented 16.1%

(Dated April 2017)

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norris bank primary school : new projector funding

At Julian Wadden The Heatons, we are supporting Norris Bank Primary school to raise funds for a projector and screen for the school hall. We will donate 5% of our charges (net of VAT) on properties that we sell and complete on for Norris Bank Parents, grandparents, teachers, staff and Governors of the School. These are properties that Julian Wadden The Heatons are instructed to sell between the 20th of March and the 23rd of December 2017.

As well as current parents and grandparents, the offer is open to parents and grandparents of children who will be joining the school in September 2017 or who have attended the school at any time in the past, and to past pupils themselves living within the Heatons area.

So, if you or anyone you know is looking to move within the Heatons, please bear this in mind. If you sell a property through Julian Wadden, please inform the branch that you are associated with Norris Bank. If you have any queries at all, please contact the Director Julian Bethell, who runs the local Heatons Branch.

Contact for more details

Terms and conditions apply.

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household size mix in sk4

From individuals to large families, the spread of household size can indicate the likely availability of appropriately sized properties. The most common size of household in The Heatons is one occupant, and makes up 35.3% of the total households in the area.

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promising sales levels

Increasing clarity in the UK’s economic future has increased confidence in the property market. A look at sales levels in The Heatons over the last 15 months seems to indicate this too. Since June 2016 sales levels for flats are up 123 points and houses are up 23 points since January 2017.

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a btl investment opportunity just reduced in price

I’ve noticed that a property that is being marketed by Harvey Scott on Belmont Street has just been reduced to a more realistic asking price. Looking at the figures it now looks like a sound investment in the area.

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investment opportunity in heaton chapel


On my daily browse of Rightmove this morning I noticed that Reeds Rains have listed this three bedroom property in Heaton Chapel It looks in a great condition and could make an easy rental that is ready for tenants to move in to straight away.

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total housing market value in sk4

The total housing market value is a combination of the number of transactions and the average property price in a given quarter. It can give a real idea of the buoyancy of the market in The Heatons. The first quarter of 2016 was the largest quarter (27.1%), closely followed by the third quarter of 2016 (25.9%).

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