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Last year Sale was named one of the best places to live in England.

The Trafford suburb was rated the fourth best place to live in the country, beating the likes of Altrincham and Didsbury.

From schools to outdoor spaces, from transport to nightlife, Sale has an awful lot to offer.

The sense of community spirit is so strong in Sale. People genuinely look our for each other in the area. People get behind new initiatives and schemes and everyone wants to see Sale grow as a welcoming and exciting borough.

The arts and culture scene in the area is flourishing with Sale Festival, Sale Arts Trail and the excellent Waterside Centre all working to create a vibrant and creative culture in the neighbourhood.

Sale is full of young families who have set up home in the area due to green spaces, excellent transport links and exceptional schools in the area.

There’s loads to do for kids with Bean & Brush and Minikins thriving with activity daily.

There’s also a wide range of places to stop for a coffee or grab some lunch. Bianco’s is a charming and friendly place to call in or try Grapefruit on the hill for a coffee and cake.

Sale is lucky in the fact it boasts four Metrolink stops which all run regular services to Manchester, as well as Didsbury, Rochdale, MediaCity, Ashton-Under-Lyne and links to the airport.

The M60 motorway is also very close, perfect for those looking to commute in and around the city centre - which is just 20 minutes away.

Dozens of bus routes run straight through the town centre going down Chester Road towards Piccadilly Gardens.

When it comes to eating out or enjoying a few evening drinks, Sale has a wide choice of venues.

The pizzas at Dough Project are excellent and handy to take away. Fancy a sit down in a cool space? Try Mustard across the road, where you can also grab a beer or two at the bar.

There’s also Cork of the North and Num6er for a fun and enjoyable evening.