Priced out of Winchester - why not consider Salisbury?

Priced out of Winchester - why not consider Salisbury?

Are you priced out of the Winchester property market, or trying to get more property for your money when buying a family home. Why not consider Salisbury.

As we're are looking at property for those who've been outpriced of Winchester we thought we'd take a look at property prices so you can get an idea of how much you can save on a comparative property by purchasing a home in Salisbury rather than Winchester. Here goes, Salisbury City has an average property price of £353,826 compared to that of Winchester at £578,899. The average flat in Salisbury costs £199,631 compared to Winchester at £322,246, and average terrace house in Salisbury is £260,904 compared to £491,238 in Winchester. The property price difference will certainly prove appealing to those struggling to get on Winchester's property ladder. Not only that, Salisbury has a lot going for it having been named the best place to live in the UK by the Sunday Times in 2019. Salisbury is an attractive Cathedral City which has lots of history to it. The Cities Cathedral also houses the best-preserved example of the Magna Carta, which the public can view. There are also plans in the pipeline to regenerate part of the City that connects the train station to the City Centre, making it both more attractive and pedestrian-friendly. The area benefits from a selection of good and outstanding Ofsted rated schools. The City is a 40-minute drive or from a 50-minute train journey to Winchester and a 41-minute drive or from a 27-minute train journey to Southampton. There is also a fast train to Bristol, which runs once an hour and takes 67 minutes.

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