New homes in Royal Leamington Spa
An affluent town famous for its natural spring water, Royal Leamington Spa offers you a wonderful spot within the . Right next door to and with only 10 miles away, new homes in Royal Leamington Spa are little more than half an hour from in the car or on the train.
Delve into the town’s rich history at the Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum, and go for a stroll around the Royal Pump Room Gardens, Jephson Gardens and the Mill Garden. Don’t miss Victoria Park, Ryton Pools Country Park or the views from Newbold Comyn too; all with our new properties near Royal Leamington Spa below.
Live the Royal Leamington Spa lifeWith its pleasant town centre, relaxing spring waters and plenty of natural attractions to explore in the local area, you can look forward to a wonderful way of life when you buy a house in Royal Leamington Spa. Even more so when you start your new adventure with the least amount of stress as possible, thanks to offers like our no-fuss Part Exchange scheme.
Things to see and do in Royal Leamington Spa
Having been given its royal title by Queen Victoria back in 1838, Leamington Spa has long been known for its spa facilities. You can explore the town’s rich history at the Royal Pump Rooms and Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum, and discover what makes this beautiful town so special with a stroll through Jephson Gardens, Victoria Park and the Mill Garden.
Nearby draws include the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Museum to natural spots such as Foundry Wood, Ryton Pools Country Park, Oakley Wood and Ufton Fields. You’ve also got fun attractions like a disc golf course and escape rooms in town, as well as family-friendly places like Hatton Adventure World in the surrounding area
There are a number of schools rated as outstanding by Ofsted in the local area, including St Anthony’s Catholic Primary to the south east of the town centre. Sydenham Primary is also in the education board’s top bracket, as well as Emscote Infant School to the west of town.
If it’s secondary schools you’re after, North Leamington School in the Blackdown area is good in Ofsted’s eyes and has a catchment area that encompasses much of the town. Trinity Catholic School is in the same Ofsted category and has a large catchment area, while the Kingsley School and Arnold Lodge School are mixed all-through independents.
Royal Leamington Spa transport links
With a strong location in the heart of England, Royal Leamington Spa has excellent transport links. Trains to London from the town’s station on Old Warwick Road take around an hour and 15 minutes, while the M40 motorway passes to the south west of town, giving you direct access to the capital in the south and Birmingham to the north. You can also drive or catch a train into Warwick in just five minutes.
The Royal Leamington Spa property scene
Topping surveys that name the town as the happiest place to live in the UK is sure to generate high property prices, with Leamington Spa’s average house price significantly higher than the rest of England and Wales.
Buying a house in the area is as close to a sure thing as you can get, and you can do just that on the south-western outskirts of town off Harbury Lane. With a beautiful selection of 3 and 4 bedroom semi and detached homes designed to reflect the style of the local area, you can ensure you get the best deal possible on your new home with offers like our Movemaker scheme.