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Bobby Shahlavi , MNAEA, Manager
Our Lymm office is run by Bobby Shahlavi who has over 20 years’ experience in the residential
property market and is supported by a team of highly professional and qualified individuals -
Samantha, Paula, and Debbie. They are all happy to discuss your requirements either in purchasing or
selling a property and look forward to providing you with expert advice and an unrivalled service.
Julia Kaz, Lettings Manager
Julia has over 10 years of Residential Lettings Experience, having worked in the Cheshire market for
most of those years she has extensive knowledge of the property market and prides herself on
providing an exemplary service. Having experience in assisting prospective Landlords in Buy to Let
investments, building property portfolios or dealing with day to day lettings, Julia will be able to
help and can assure you of receiving a thorough, reliable and professional service.
The picturesque village of Lymm today retains much of the character and charm acquired from its thousand years of history, and yet offers all of the benefits of modern living. The village’s centre is a designated conservation area, and includes buildings dating from the 17th century. The village’s historic spirit is borne out in its regular traditional events, including a May Day parade, Dickensian Christmas Day, complete with Victorian costumes, and the popular Easter Monday Duck Race. In recent years Lymm has welcomed a great many newcomers and yet has retained its village identity and community spirit.
For residents who need to commute, Lymm is very conveniently placed with easy access to the M6/M56 motorway network at the Lymm Interchange at the end of Cherry Lane. This is where junction 20 on the M6 connects with junction 9 on the M56. Manchester International Airport at Ringway is only a short drive away. Nearby Altrincham offers easy access to Manchester, Salford and Eccles via the fast and efficient Metrolink service, and London can be reached in two-and-a-half hours by train.
The village is equipped with a variety of small shops including a family butcher, greengrocer, bakery and coffee shop, two chemists and a Sainsbury's supermarket. Every Thursday there is an open-air market held in the small car park beside the Bridgewater Canal. For more comprehensive shopping requirements Lymm is almost equidistant between Altrincham and Warrington where larger stores include Marks & Spencer, Boots, Sainsbury’s and W.H. Smiths.
In and around the village there are a variety of restaurants, inns and country house hotels, which have made Lymm notable as a place to eat out. The wide range of restaurants and eating establishments cater for most tastes, and hotels and pubs offer a good choice of cuisine.
The village attracts a great many boating, fishing and walking enthusiasts as the Bridgewater Canal runs through the centre of the village. In addition the famous ‘Trans Pennine Trail’ is accessible at several crossing points in the village and attracts walkers and cyclists alike. The River Bollin passes through nearby Heatley before meandering its way across the golf course to join The Manchester Ship Canal. The Bradley Brook, which used to run through the centre of the village, was dammed in 1830 to create a large lake known as the Higher Dam, and a smaller lake in the centre of the village, the Lower Dam. The Higher Dam is surrounded by woodland and is a very popular spot for walkers and anglers..
Property available in Lymm ranges from impressive country estates equipped with superior facilities and gardens, to stylish and contemporary family homes and modern one and two-bedroom developments, all situated in desirable and attractive locations. Lymm’s impressive natural surroundings and excellent educational opportunities are just two factors that make it a fantastic choice for almost anyone looking for to make a move to south Manchester.