Many London home owners are looking to relocate after the recent ‘explosion’ of the capital’s property market, and Midland towns of commutable distance all hope to draw buyers their way. But what makes Market Harbrough the winning choice?
The first factor is that, to date, property prices increases have predominantly effected houses at the higher-end of the London market, those valued at £2million and over. After centremost London locations, these properties are overwhelmingly found in upmarket boroughs such as Richmond or Hampstead, with which Market Harbrough has a multitude of appealing similarities.
With the Robin Hood train service speeding to London’s St. Pancras within an hour, Market Harborough can keenly rival towns in outer London with comparable commuting times. Like London’s exclusive boroughs, there is easy access to both local parks and the stunning wider countryside; the canal path drawing families, nature-lovers and fitness fans alike.
Lastly, Market Harborough’s wide selection of local and national shops truly ensures a smooth transition from the capital. With high-end boutiques such as Jacks, designer stockists High Society, home-grown industry leaders, Joules and an independent Bates the Butchers crowning attractive cobbled streets, relocating from comparable London boroughs has never been more appealing.
Market Harborough’s ongoing growth
With all this in its favour, a key location and an auspiciously-priced property market, Market Harborough is better placed than ever to reap considerable rewards from recent political developments, and can expect to welcome an ongoing pattern of economic growth.
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