Your Move Loughborough Local Area Guide

How is the Loughborough property market performing?

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Average property price in Loughborough

£270,665
+7.0%
Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Your Move Loughborough covers.
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Average rental price in Loughborough

£910
pcm
+17.3%
Last 12 months
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Your Move Loughborough in the last 12 months from today's date.

Why move to Loughborough?

Loughborough, a well-loved town in the county of Leicestershire, is renowned for its further education credentials. Loughborough University is in the top 5 ranking universities for a second year running in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020. The university has exceptional sporting facilities with an impressive number of sports governing bodies choosing to base themselves at the campus; British Athletics, British Triathlon and the England and Wales Cricket Board to name a few.

 

Location

Loughborough, close to the Nottinghamshire border has a lively and diverse town centre, popular with students and young professionals. Whereas the surrounding picturesque villages are more popular with families and elder residents. The town has great transport links, with a grade two listed train station offering routes into London in under 90 minutes, and is only a short journey to East Midlands Airport.

 

Schools

Within the vicinity there are some outstanding primary and secondary grammar schools. Loughborough Grammar School comprises of a nursery for children aged 6 weeks to 4 years, Fairfield Prep School, The Armherst School and the Grammar School for boys aged 11 – 16 years and the High School for girls also aged 11 – 16 years. In terms of primary schools, both Holywell Primary on Berkeley Road and Booth Wood Primary on Old Ashby Road were both rated outstanding at the last Ofsted inspections.

 

Leisure

In and around the area there are lots of things to see and do including Charnwood Museum which has two galleries for rotating exhibitions. Not forgetting Loughborough is home to the last working bell foundry in the country. Established in 1784, The John Taylor Bell Foundry has now opened its doors to the public so they can explore and learn about this fascinating craftsmanship.

 

Local market

The Your Move Loughborough branch work with clients buying and selling houses, investors and those looking to rent in the area. Flats start from £60,000 working their way up to large detached properties priced at a million pounds. Generally unfurnished properties rent well in Loughborough, ranging from flats to semis and detached family homes.