Greater Manchester’s most expensive houses revealed: the 7 streets with multi-million pound homes sold

The most expensive property sold last year for an eye-watering £5.5m - but came with its own tennis courts in the garden.

Twenty-three homes in Greater Manchester sold for more than £1m each last year, according to property data.

And across Greater Manchester as a whole, there were 242 properties which were snapped up for seven-figure sums, new research by Property Solvers suggests.

Using Land Registry data on sold prices, they estimate that the luxury homes went for a whopping £383m in total in 2021-22 - but this was a drop from the previous year, where 429 million-pound+ pads changed hands.

And the latest data to September 2022 shows where those with the cash to flash made their homes ...

Stanhope Road in Bowdon has seen property values shoot up this year Credit Google

Here are the 8 most expensive houses which sold in Greater Manchester last year

8.Ringley Drive, Whitefield, Manchester, M45 7BX: the average house price on this street is over £1m - but one luxury pad with cinema room, steam room and six bedrooms went for a cool £2.5m.

7. Broad Lane, Hale, Altrincham, WA15 0DF: house prices on this desirable street climbed 25% last year - and one five-bed, four-bath mansion with landscaped grounds sold for £2.55m

6 & 5. Stanhope Road, Bowdon, Altrincham, WA14 3JY: Rightmove reports house prices on this plush street have shot up 84% last year - and one deatched pad sold for £2.55m in that period, while another six-bed with its own ‘leisure floor’ changed hands for £3m.

4. Parklands, Grasscroft, near Oldham, OL4 4JT: an absolutely stunning rural home, this seven-bed detached house has its own football pitch, home cinema and swimming pool, set in a lovely hillside location outside Oldham - and it fetched £.315m when sold.

3. Carrwood, Hale Barns, Altrincham, WA15 0EE: a detached home in the ever-exclusive Hales Barns was worth £1.1m in 2004 - fast forward to 2021 and it went for £3.4m.

2. Devisdale Road, Altrincham, WA14 2AT: with five-bedrooms, a quarter-acre plot and close access to two top schools, it’s perhaps no surprise this home shifted for £3.8m.

1. Rose Acres, Barrow Lane, Hale, Altrincham, WA15 0DN: you may need a lottery win - or be a Premier League footballer - to live here. Like a stately home from a Jane Austen novel, an exclusive four-bed home with five-acre manicured grounds, its own tennis courts and a paddock sold for an eye-watering £5.5m. You can see the listing on Rightmove here.