In recent years Swinton has become a magnet for young professionals and has a thriving independent scene which appeals to trendsetters. There is high demand for property in Swinton from both tourists and locals. Visitors love Swinton’s recreational areas, such as Victoria Park which dates back to 1897. In this scenic park you can find bowling greens, pretty floral displays and a Grade II listed bandstand. History lovers can immerse themselves in the industrial past of this town by going on a self-guided tour. The Swinton Heritage Trail takes you on a short, educational journey around Swinton and is marked by eleven bronze plaques. The Swinton Square Shopping Centre and Swinton Market attracts a daily crowd and is great for both high street brands and second hand goods. In addition, there is a potential multi-million pound regeneration on the cards which can only increase demand in the rental property market.