Langworthy lies towards the south of inner city Salford, and is bordered by the areas of Weaste to the West and Pendleton to the East. The neighbourhood takes its name from the former Mayor of Salford- Edward Ryley Langworthy.
The area has seen a lot of investment in recent years. This includes seeing traditional Victorian terrace houses being converted into modern accommodation for local residents and new build properties for those hoping to step onto the housing ladder and buy their first home. Langworthy is also seen the development of a large number of new apartment blocks, as more people relocate to the area.
Langworthy offers excellent bus and tram links to nearby MediaCityUK, The Lowry Shopping Outlet and Manchester city centre with its wide range of shops, restaurants, bars and leisure facilities. The M62 motorway and East Lancashire Road are also seconds away by car allowing for residents of the area to easily commute to their place of work outside of Salford.
Langworthy Park, also known as “Chimney Pot Park” is in the heart of the community and is popular with locals. The park features a bowling green and five-a-side football facilities along with attractive floral displays. The area also has benefited from the opening of the Langworthy Cornerstone which is a new purpose-built community hub, which provides a wide variety of services and events for local residents.
All this has led to Langworthy growing in popularity with property investors and is gaining a reputation as an attractive place to buy and live.