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Stafford Estate and Letting Agents

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The historic town of Stafford has been a Borough since the 10th Century and is situated in the north of the county with easy access to the M6 Motorway (junctions 14 North and 13 South). The town itself features both historic and modern buildings and the pedestrianised town centre boasts a wide variety of locally owned shops together with branded outlets all with adequate town centre parking. The centrally located railway station has multi-storey parking and commuters can reach London in just over an hour. The many surrounding villages add to the charm of the area . The recently refurbished offices of Your Move Neil John can be found in one of the most prominent locations in Stafford occupying a Grade II Listed Building in the St Mary's area in the heart of the town.

The Stafford property market is particulary bouyant. Branch Manager, Carl Mantle, says "The realistically priced properties tend to be snapped up quickly regardless of area. Currently a two-bedroom modern semi detached property would cost you £120,000 - £125,000. A four-bedroom detached family house for sale in Castlefields would cost approxiamtely £250,000.

Stafford is renowned for the Shughborough Estate and Shughborough Hall the family seat and ancestral home of the Earls of Lichfield.

The manager of Your Move Stafford office, Carl Mantle, says Stafford is a fantastic place to live its excellent transport links make it ideal for commuters with access to all major cities. There is a friendly atmosphere to the town, the locals are welcoming and there is plenty to do in the area catering for both young and old alike.

From an array of traditional period properties to new modern developments and individual architect designed homes, to cottages with charm and character there is a wealth of choice and areas to choose from.

Amongst the most sought after addresses are the Rowley Park Area, Weeping Cross, Baswich and Wildwood. With properties in Castlefields also showing strong resale values.

The cost of a rental property in Stafford will depend on location, condition, size as well as the number of bedrooms and reception rooms. Because of this prices can vary from £350 pcm for a one bedroom flat to £1,500 pcm for a large property in the best area. Generally the lettings market is very buoyant with properties offered for rent finding tenants within a very few days.

There is an abundance of restaurants, bistros, tea rooms and cafés in the town and surrounding villages, as well as many individual locally owned shops as well as High Street chain stores, supermarkets and retail parks.

Places well worth a visit in Stafford would include the Ancient High House the Shire Hall Gallery and Gatehouse Theatre. Also Stafford Football, Cricket and Hockey Clubs. There is an annual Shakespeare Festival at Stafford Castle.

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