Worsley is a suburban town within the City of Salford. Worsley offers scenic, leafy green spaces and is home to some great schools and an up-and-coming cafe-bar culture.
As well as numerous pubs, Worsley boasts a good selection of restaurants offering food from British cuisine to Italian.
The area of Roe Green adds interest to the Worsley area. The former hamlet was built around a village green and offers a glimpse into the suburban area’s ancient rural past. An unusual feature in the region.
Excellent local walks and woodland are on your doorstep, including Worsley Woods. Occupying around 85 acres of beautiful woodland in the heart of Worsley, Worsley Woods comes as a real surprise. You’ll find a babbling brook, sculptures, a wild flower trail and a magnificent mock-Tudor house called The Aviary – a great place to visit.
Additionally, a stunning new 156 acre RHS Bridgewater Garden is being created by bringing back to life the lost historic grounds at Worsley New Hall.
Worsley has a good range of local schooling. Bridgewater School is a popular and celebrated school in the area.
Worsley is by far the most affluent part of Salford. House prices are almost double the price of neighbouring Swinton and Eccles. Worsley has a wide selection of properties ranging from turn-of-the century terraces to individually designed mansions along Leigh Road.