Your Move Kirkby-in-Ashfield Local Area Guide

How is the Kirkby-in-Ashfield property market performing?

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Average property price in Kirkby-in-Ashfield

£197,121
+22.2%
Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Your Move Kirkby-in-Ashfield covers.
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Average rental price in Kirkby-in-Ashfield

£699
pcm
+7.6%
Last 12 months
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Your Move Kirkby-in-Ashfield in the last 12 months from today's date.

Why move to Kirkby-in-Ashfield?

Nestled between the beautiful Derby Dales, if beautiful rural countryside is what you crave, or Nottingham City Centre if you prefer the busier city life, the Kirkby-in-Ashfield is for you.

 

Attractions

Within this area we have plenty of local attractions, including Newstead Abbey, Rufford Abbey, Sherwood Pines, and Clumber Park.

 

Schools

The area benefits from a wide range of Ofsted rated 'Good' Primary and Secondary schools, colleges and universities throughout the districts.

 

Transport

There are excellent transport links into Nottingham and Derby, where there are plenty of high street shops, eateries, various boutiques and tourist attractions aplenty.

There is a complete mix of residents within the local area, including transient students, and others who have worked and lived in the area all of their lives for generations. The area boasts excellent commuter links, including direct trains across the country and easy access to Jcts 26-29 of the M1 and A38.

 

History

Our towns are rich in cultural, natural and industrial heritage, the local area was once an important centre of coal mining, with plenty of active coal mines dotted around.

 

Properties

Your Move Kirkby-in-Ashfield has a large selection of properties, available from as little as £32,500. The area is popular amongst first time buyers and investors expanding their lettings portfolios as well families looking to upsize into beautiful family homes. With a wide range of property styles, including terrace properties, traditional semi detached and large style detached properties, and a wide range of bungalows. Plenty of major developers choose to develop on local land, bringing in modern estates of affordable housing. There is not an abundance of flats or high rise buildings, and a large majority of the property available is freehold. Properties have held their value over the last few years, with plenty of choice and a competitive market. There are plenty of property transactions daily within the local area, which dictates that the market is strong.

There is a large demand for rental properties in the area, with rental prices averaging between £450-1000pcm, with being in commuting distance from the larger cities, there is always a steady stream of families and working professionals looking to rent property.

 

Retail and hospitality

There is a huge range of eateries and shops within the local area, from big high street names, to smaller independent boutiques, large supermarkets, and local farm shops. East Midlands Designer Outlet is situated at Jct 28 of the M1 and boasts from lots of designer brands. If a light afternoon tea is what you are after or an all you can eat world buffet, you are certainly spoilt for choice with the wide range of cafes, restaurants and bars within our local area.

A large proportion of people who move into the area, decide to stay and make it their forever home.