Looking for a new home, whether as a singleton, with an established family or to set-up roots; is always an exciting and stressful process. Besides working out what you can and can’t afford when it comes to the size and type of property, you also have to pay close attention to the area where you look to buying property in. In the following article we are going to look specifically at living in Wiltshire, and why it is a good idea to consider purchasing property for sale in Wiltshire.
Wiltshire Offers A Great Quality Of Life
As almost of all of Wiltshire has been designated with the status of being an “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty” it attracts employers, employees, residents and visitors who want to sample the quality of life in the area. Within the area there are 2 World Heritage Sites, Avebury and the world-famous Stonehenge and old-fashioned English hamlets like Castle Combe and Lacock. Along with all of this there are many restaurants, pubs, tea rooms,stately gardens and home throughout the county’s small and idyllic market towns.. Some of the county’s most popular attractions that have no already been mentioned include the Longleat Safari and Adventure Park.
Great For Cyclists And Walkers
As mentioned in the previous paragraph, most of Wiltshire has been classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This is great news for cyclists, dog walkers and runners looking to move here as it means there are around 8,200 different paths designed for those activities.
As well as the county’s picturesque quality, Wiltshire also has a proud cultural heritage and features over 20 different museums and plays host to many different events, festivals and shows in its many music centres and theatres.
Great Eduction For Children
The nurseries, primary and secondary schools in Wiltshire all perform at a high standard, with both Wiltshire and Marlborough Colleges offering a great choice of courses including health, media production, art and design, management, sciences and administration.
The secondary schools of Wiltshire have specialist status, as they offer courses and work concerning computing, mathematics, languages, sports, science, enterprise and business. When compared to the performance of other schools in the South West of England, English core cities and even London; Wiltshire is above average when it comes to GCSE results.
Within Wiltshire College there are higher education courses that are delivered in a partnership with local universities. These courses include subjects like social sciences, health, animal management, fashion, media and creative arts, computing, business, art and deign and motor sport engineering.
Great Selection Of Housing
It seems fitting in an article designed to show you the great reasons to choose to set up home in the area of Wiltshire, that we should finish by discussing briefly the type of housing available. Throughout the delightful and tranquil countryside of the county, most types of house and home are available from detached houses and terrace to quaint country cottages and modern apartments.