Have you considered a new home in Warwickshire?
Have you considered a new home in Warwickshire? We have. Here’s why we think you should too.
Warwickshire is famous as “Shakespeare’s county” in the UK thanks to it being home to the village of Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of England’s most famous playwright. This hugely important role in the country’s history gives residents a unique connection to UK culture -and the majority of the county’s population live in the north and centre areas of the region.
Bordered by the West Midlands and Leicestershire, this part of the county includes the cities of Nuneaton and Rugby. Both major factory towns in the past, known for their coal and engineering, they are now home to medium industry with tourism also playing a part in destinations such as Royal Leamington Spa.
This balance between the rural south and the urban north gives prospective buyers of new homes in the UK a nice choice in Warwickshire. The county is also well placed, travel-wise, for those needing to commute to nearby cities, such as Birmingham and Coventry.
For families, the benefits involve education too. In addition to many schools and sixth form colleges, the University of Warwick is one of the leading institutions in the UK, giving new home buyers a reassuring future in which to invest.
Interested in a new home in Warwickshire?
For more on new build properties around the UK and for listings within the county of Warwickshire, visit NewHomes.UK.Net.