Hale village is situated in Greater Manchester, north of the River Mersey. It was established in approximately the 7th century and was largely used for agriculture. As the population continued to grow in Hale throughout the middle ages, in the 15th century Hale became an entirely separate settlement from Hale Barns. During the mid-19th century Hale made the transition from an agriculture village to a commuter’s village, due to the arrival of the railway in Hale. The station was subsequently named Hale in 1902. It has great motorway networks and commuter links, easy access to the M6, M56 and M62 so most places in the north west are reachable.
With a population of over 15,000 people, excellent amenities; a selection of boutiques, bars and restaurants, the affluent village of Hale is home to many footballers, television personalities and millionaires. It is one of the most desirable areas to live due to its rustic feel. Hale offers a great suburban lifestyle, but with easily commutable proximity to the city centre. Its ideal setting gives you the best of both worlds.
For those with an eye for detail and appreciation for great architecture; Royd House can be visited in Hale. It is a grade I listed building which was designed by Edgar Wood himself, to use as his home in the mid-20th century. The award winning (Green Flag Park) Halecroft Park can also be found in the centre of Hale, opposite to the war memorial also designed by Edgar Wood, it is an ideal location for weddings, functions or simply for a walk-in nature. Hale Village Hall in the centre of Hale Village offers a variety of events for people to participate in.
With local sports clubs such as; the local football, cricket and golf club means that there are plenty of sports accessible for the community to get involved in. For those who prefer bowling, there is a bowling club also on offer.
We can see why Hale is one of the most sought-after places to live in the north west. With excellent local amenities, for the food fanatics a range of delicious restaurants and bars, high ranking schools and beautiful houses and architecture, we too are mesmerised by its beauty.
We have completed several projects in Hale Village where the overall look of the garden has been enhanced using the best artificial grass available, to compliment the attractive houses. Every time we revisit the wonderful Village of Hale we are taken in by the friendly atmosphere and of course its exquisiteness.
See our projects we have undertaken in Hale Village can be seen below: