Moving to Towcester
Are you planning a house move in 2015. Moving to the market town of Towcester could be an excellent choice. The town is situated 8 miles south-west of Northampton and 10 miles north-west of Milton Keynes. It has good shopping facilities with four major supermarkets and a good variety of other shops, banks and building societies.
Towcester has good access to the M1, M40, Milton Keynes, Northampton, Buckingham, Brackley and Daventry. Train stations at Northampton and Milton Keynes both have main lines to London Euston taking just under an hour..
Property prices in Towcester
Average house prices are £295,243 showing a rise of 4.17% over the past 12 months. You can buy a semi-detached property for around £225,000; smaller Victorian terraces for £210,000 and family detached homes starting from £400,000.
Local Council if you are thinking of moving to Towcester
If you are planning to move to Towcester, and need information on schools, planning permission, council tax or parking permits, Simply contact:
Nicholas Hawksmoor Primary
Tel:01327 351 466
Towcester Church of England Primary School
If you like horse racing events, you’ll know the town is famous for its racecourse at London Road, Towcester. Silverstone motor racing circuit, home to the British Grand Prix is also close to the town. There are also plenty of good restaurants and public houses close by.
Cable and Phone Connections
If you’re moving to Towcester, and need to know the broadband availability, simply visit https://www.cable.co.uk/
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Domestic Removals Towcester, 30th January 2015