Your Move Bedworth Local Area Guide

How is the Bedworth property market performing?

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Average property price in Bedworth

Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Your Move Bedworth covers.
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Average rental price in Bedworth

Last 12 months
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Your Move Bedworth in the last 12 months from today's date.

Why move to Bedworth?

Bedworth is a lovely market town in the Nuneaton and Bedworth district of North Warwickshire. With six main suburban districts, namely Collycroft, Mount Pleasant, Bedworth Heath, Coalpit Field, Goodyers End and Exhall, it also boasts excellent transport links, local facilities and schools and, as such, is a firm favourite for commuters and families alike.


Transport and travel

Being close to the M6 and M69, both Bedworth and Coventry offer great motorway links to neighbouring locations such as Warwick and Birmingham as well as routes into London which is approximately 100 miles away. The A444 also provides fast access to Nuneaton, the Ricoh Arena and the Arena Retail Park. There’s the added advantage that there are good regular bus services in and around Bedworth and also a train line from Bedworth into Coventry which then provides onward rail links into London and Birmingham.


Parks and recreation

Bedworth offers a host of recreational facilities including gyms, the Bedworth Civic Hall, which hosts various events, as well a number of attractions nearby including Anne Hathaways’ Cottage, Coventry Canal, Ragley Hall, Stoneleigh Abbey and Warwick Castle. There are also a number of local facilities for families including play areas, notably within the Miners’ Welfare Park, where there is also a skate park.

For those interested in sport, there’s a non-league football team called Bedworth United FC who play at the Oval Ground and the local swimming club, Nuneaton and Bedworth Dolphins. Easy road access to the Ricoh Arena, a world-class exhibition, event and conference centre, means people living in and around Bedworth can also take advantage of the variety of events, including some sporting events that take place there.



Bedworth is a family orientated area offering a variety of primary schools and nurseries along with senior schools including Nicholas Chamberlaine School and Abbey School. Nearby Universities include Coventry University and the University of Warwick.


Restaurants and Shopping

There’s a host of restaurants in and around Bedworth including some well-known brands as well as smaller local independents. There’s also a good selection of high street shops such as Tesco, Marks & Spencer and Next some of which are situated at the nearby Ricoh Arena.


The Property market

There’s an array of properties available in and around Bedworth with many options for first time buyers who are new to the market, for existing homebuyers who are looking to move up the property ladder as their families grow or for those looking to downsize. There’s also a good variety of properties for buy to let landlords and for tenants, including students. The most sought after location for properties to buy and let is Bulkington and the surrounding villages, popular because of its proximity to the M6, M69 and A444. Other popular addresses include Coventry Road, Exhall, Bulkington Road, Bedworth Road, Weston Lane and Coventry Road.