Heswall is located in the North-West of the UK, on the west of
the Wirral Peninsula, between Wales and Liverpool. Bounded to
the south by Cheshire, Heswall is part of the Borough of Wirral
and is ideally placed for access to North Wales, the sea, and
the cities of Liverpool and Chester, which are only 30 minutes
away by car. Heswall has good bus and rail links and it's
closest major town, Birkenhead, is just 15 minutes away by car.
It is a
thriving community of approximately 9,000 residents and 300
businesses and is one of the UK's most sought-after
residential areas. There are two main parts to Heswall - the
busy, bustling "top" village with a wide variety of shops
and numerous excellent restaurants, and the quieter and
quaint lower village, which is protected by a conservation
Roll over the photo for a view of old Heswall
The seeds of Heswall were sown when the Merchant Princes set up houses on the Wirral banks of the River Dee, initially as holiday retreats because of the spectacular views of Wales, wonderful scenery and invigorating fresh air.
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