A Cheshire village has been named among the "most desirable" to live in in the UK, according to The Telegraph.

The paper selected 54 locations from across Britain, in conjunction with research from Savills, that were deemed “most desirable” in terms of costs and the lifestyle they offer.

Among those featured was The Alderleys, a Cheshire village which was named among the poshest places to live in the UK by The Telegraph in August, 2022.

More than half of the estate agents working for Savills across the country reported a rise in demand in the most desirable countryside locations, with 57% saying they were unable to buy where they wanted.

The Alderleys named among 'most desirable' villages in the UK

Frances Clacy, analyst at Savills, told The Telegraph: “People want villages that have a bit of everything, from schools to stunning countryside, with accessibility to cities and transport infrastructure. Less well-trumpeted factors count too, such as the main road through the village should only lead to other villages.”

The full list of 54 villages on the list can be found via the Telegraph website.

The Alderleys, Cheshire

Nether Alderley is said to be more subtle than Alderley Edge and you’ll spot the Grade I-listed St Mary’s Church at its centre.

It sits within the Cheshire Golden Triangle, a location where North West-based footballers choose to reside.

The Beckhams once owned a house in Nether Alderley.

The average house price in the village is £1,268,175.