England is known to give electrifying life-living experiences to its inhabitant, and some of its eminent places have marked to be the world’s most wonderful places to live in. Bebington, a small town five miles from Liverpool, with its great schools, affordable homes and job opportunities that it has to offer is the most highlighted area.
A study conducted by the Centre for Economics and Business Research for the Royal Mail placed little-known Bebington, the birth place of singer Peter Burns as the Head at the list of top 10 locations. With some prominent schools such as- highly competitive Wirral Grammar School for Boys and Wirral Grammar School for Girls and a pretty Saxon Church, Bebington is announced as a good looking small town.
If you are the one who is interested in buying the property in this town, be ready with £175,013 which has outperformed with the growth of 7.55 per cent in the last year. Michelle Hayes of estate agents Jones and Chapman said, “Bebington is quite a quant area and its inhabitants are very luck and proud.”
Here at this place, a three bedroom property would cost, on average, around £220,000.
The list of top 10 locations include-
- Bebington, Wirral
- Kesgrave, Ipswich
- Dalton in Furness, Cumbria
- Taverham, Norfolk
- Poulton Le Fylde, Blackpool
- Dorchester, West Dorset
- Warrington, Cheshire
- Eastham, Wirral
- Wallasey, Merseyside
- Barrow in Furness, Cumbria
CEBR Report collected the fact that all the good places winning towns, suburbs, and villages are in North except Dorchester which is like sixth place. The estimated property price in Dorchester stands at £303,732, up 3.96 per cent in the last 12 months. Schools and country hospitals stands at £303,732, up 3.96 per cent in the last 12 months. It’s a large city in the mouth of River Mersey with everything you need from shops around Liscard to two rail stations, golf courses to a promenade and coastal park in Wallasey Village along with the sea view at New Brighton.
Here in the city, one can find some grandest street which is named as The Queen’s Avenue and the detached homes here sell at around £500,000. But buyers can easily buy some quality two bedroom flat at just around £180,000 and a four bedroom family house for between £350,000 and £400,000. Another area highly rated in the survey is Wallasey on the Wirral.
This is a large, busy town with everything you could need – a great range of shops around Liscard, two rail stations, golf courses and a promenade and coastal park in Wallasey Village, and sea views at New Brighton. As well as good train links there are ferry services to Liverpool from Seacombe.
As compared to the last year price which was up by3.23 per cent, today the house prices stand an affordable £126,787. According to the agents, people at Wallasey don’t move out, they move in. The roads, entry terminal, Wallasey Village, Sea Road are the highly attractive allure. A four bedroom house along with a garden in this area include £500,000
Property for sale
1- From contemporary to historic, there is a huge range of property in Dorchester. The listed Grade II property with two bedrooms will cost you £210,000. It’s on sale.
2- Want to live like a royal folk in Poundbury, Dorchester? The latest development backed by Prince Charles sporting customary style architecture like this three bedroom on the market will cost £475,000.
3- Want a home with a sea view? Check this three bedroom Victorian terrace with outstanding view from garden in New Brighton for for £450,000