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The small but richly historical area of Greasby is located the centre of the Wirral between Upton and Frankby. A semi-rural village, Greasby is surrounded by sprawling independent farmland that offers stunning views for all who pass through.

Despite its rustic charm and countrified roads, Greasby is not too detached from the modern-day world, with swift transport links to the nearby cities of Liverpool and Chester. This commutable village is popular with young families due to the easy access of a range of excellent schools and local amenities. Greasby is a hidden gem when it comes to the property market, families find the houses are larger with generous gardens that come with a smaller price tag than in neighbouring towns and villages.  

Reflecting elements of Greasby’s historic past, the village high-street with its sandstone walls and characterful businesses is at the heart of the neighbourhood’s lifestyle, offering residents that wonderfully close-knit community feel that many can only reminisce about. 

Lifestyle & Activities

Greasby may not be the vibrant village that its neighbours may be, however, the activities and amenities it does have are suiting to those who choose to live here.

For those who love to explore their equestrian pursuits, the Greasby Equestrian Centre offers the perfect place to enjoy the best of equine sport and get to know those who share the love of your hobby. The centre has a fantastic obstacle course, allowing riders to develop the skills of their horses before showcasing their talents on the competition course. From show jumping competitions to masterclasses, this brilliant centre will be the go-to place for the residents who are making the best of their country lifestyle.  

Residents can enjoy the best of the outdoors at the local Coronation Park, which is open to the public all year round, allowing them to get the best out of each season. For those with children, the park will become central to family life. With three football pitches, a tennis court and two bowling greens, locals can take their parents and children along, with each generation getting to enjoy something different without being miles apart.

Just a short distance from the stunning Royden Park and beautiful Arrowe Country Park, there is a lot of outdoor activity to be had in and around the borders of Greasby. The Country Park is also home to the Arrow Park Golf Club, keen golfers are able to play on the stunning course that is set within the four-hundred-and-fifty acres of beautiful fields. 


Greasby benefits from a wide range of excellent education options for parents of young children, with infant and junior schools each within a close distance, helping the parents of those with children across both schools. Primary Schools include Greasby Infant and Junior School, Brookdale Primary School and Our Lady of Pity Catholic Primary School.

Located on Barker Lane, Greasby Infant School is at the center of the quieter, residential area of the village, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the village high street. The school sets high standards for the pupils and have a core focus on Modern Foreign Languages, with the pupils learning French, Spanish and even Mandarin from Year 1, despite the fact that it is not essential in the National Curriculum. Having been rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted, the school tends to be a popular choice within the immediate area.

Just a ten-minute walk away from the infant school is Greasby Junior School and having been rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted in each area of inspection, there is little wonder why this school is sought-after by the local parents.

After its inspection, the school was recommended to Ofsted by the local authorities and its particular strength in teaching boys to excel in writing was used as a standard in a national report for best practice. After having introduced the Accelerated Reader Scheme into the curriculum, the pupils at the school have doubled their reading ages.

For parents who want their children to be educated in church school education, the Our Lady of Pity Catholic Primary School is a popular choice. As an academy, the school follows an alternative curriculum than other community schools in the area. The school use the principle of storytelling as an anchor for the curriculum and develop a story for each year group, allowing each subject to flow from one topic to another within the same context of the story.
Children of secondary school age are also within the catchment area for some of the best schools in the county such as; West Kirby Grammar School for Girls, Calday Grange Grammar School, Hilbre High School, Pensby High School for Boys and Girls among others. Students are well connected by school and public buses, making Greasby a central location for a wealth of education options.