Guide to East Midlands House Prices
As a vast region of England with a diverse array of villages, towns and cities, you can usually find just what you’re looking for on the East Midlands property market. No matter what your budget looks like, most areas are likely to offer their fair share of homes at excellent prices. We’re here to help you navigate this green and pleasant corner of the country, as we take a closer look at East Midlands average house prices.
As one of the most popular places to live in the region, Nottingham has so much going for it. There’s a strong property market in the city, although prices aren’t restrictive in terms of finding a new home with plenty of space. If you’re searching for some of the best 2 bedroom house prices East Midlands hotspot Nottingham has to offer, don’t miss our lovely Beeston Quarter development just south-west of the city centre. With a selection of stunning 6 bed homes also available, this site is perfect for a range of budgets and family situations.
Sitting at the southern edges of the region, Northampton is the place to be if you want to have the fastest transport links to London from within the East Midlands. This makes the town very popular among homebuyers, with strong property prices to match. The excellent access to the capital means house values typically show good growth, making now the perfect time to invest in this area. You can do exactly that when you buy one of our 3 or 4 bed Overstone Gate homes, less than five miles from the centre of town.
A great place to live with plenty to keep you occupied both in and around the centre of town, house prices in East Midlands city Leicester are suitable for a variety of budgets. A popular place to buy a new home, there are lots of great neighbourhoods to search in and around, including a range of pleasant villages on the outskirts of town. If you want to be close to the heart of the action, don’t miss our City Heights development which is only a short stroll from Leicester city centre.
Just up the M1 from Leicester, Derby is another great city to call home within the East Midlands. Whether you’re drawn to the local culture or the short journey to the wild landscapes of the Peak District, average house prices in Derby can be very much affordable. Our Mickelover site is the perfect place to buy a new home if you want to live right on the edge of open countryside, yet retain close links with the vibrant city centre.
One of the best places to live in the south of Lincolnshire near the border with Rutland, Bourne has strong house prices with good opportunities for investment. Not least because of new build developments such as our Barratt Homes at Bourne site, with more beautiful new homes coming along Haydock Park Drive. From here, you can enjoy a semi-rural way of life, while also taking advantage of the outstanding local schools.