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Elgin Area guide

Elgin Estate and Letting Agents

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Elgin is centrally situated between the larger cities of Aberdeen and Inverness. The Moray coast is but a few minutes drive away with a stunning selection of beaches, rugged coastline and traditional harbour takes you to the worlds famous whisky trail, while further inland you have a choice of skiing centres for winter pursuits.

The Moray area is enjoying a buoyant property market with both sales and lettings. A two bedroom property can be purchased around Elgin for around £100,000 and a four bedroom family home around £200,000.

The moray area is popular with residents of all ages-from life long locals to families moving into the area for all manner of reasons - not least the local RAF and Army bases. Elgin is a popular student base for Moray collage and Dr Gray's Hospital

Elgin is known for its cathedral and close proximity to Gordonstown School where numerous Royals attend. Bonnie Prince Charlie once stayed at Thunderton House! And the first Labour Prime Minister, James Ramsay MacDonald was brought up in nearby Lossiemouth.

Elgin is a great place to live as it is a friendly city with a good mix of age groups. It has good facilities including restaurants and a local cinema, yet is convenient for both Aberdeen and Inverness.

As one of the primary agents in Elgin, Your Move has a varied selection of properties in the Moray area, from one bedroom flats, deal for the investor up to high spec family homes.

We find all areas of Elgin poular particularly to the West End, Bishop Mill and the new Elgin areas.

Property rents well throughout Moray, particularly in Elgin and Lossiemouth and Your Move currently rents a selection of properties from one bed flats for £350pcm to family homes for up to £750pcm.

Elgin benefits from a popular shopping centre and pedestrianised high street with a varied selection of shops,along with outlying retail parks with supermarkets and larger chain stores. Within Elgin is a variety of food outlets with both local and national brands, and a wide choice of cafes and restaurants cater for all palates and pockets.

Elgin benefits from a much photographed cathedral, popular with visitors from far and wide. There is a busy leisure centre offering all manner of leisure pursuits including gym, swimming pool and ice skating.

A large outdoor space is found at cooper park and is always popular, particularly during the warm summer months - with large open grassed areas, a spacious children's play park and a large pond with pedal boats during summer. For travel links Elgin is well served with buses and rail links to Aberdeen, Inverness and beyond.

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