Haughton Grange strikes the perfect new home balance

Haughton Grange

Market towns, similar to Bridgnorth, are now among the happiest places to live, according to data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).

 Apart from the idyllic rural lifestyle and beautiful properties, residents might have an extra spring in their step knowing that market town properties tend to hold their value.

 The ONS highlights in its survey that residents are reportedly most satisfied with life in and around market towns, citing high levels of personal well-being and low levels of anxiety.

 Andy Timbrell, Managing Director of DBA Homes comments: “Market towns like Bridgnorth have a true sense of community spirit, typically full of independent shops and cafés, young families as well as older residents that add a unique feel to a place that’s rarely found elsewhere.

 “Thriving from the original markets, local high streets tend to flourish, local produce is rife and the heart of the town is always bustling with residents.”

 Luxury property developer DBA Homes is now marketing its four- and five-bedroom properties in Morville, just outside of the market town of Bridgnorth, at its popular Haughton Grange development. Offering a more tranquil way of life but with modern and high-specification homes and a bustling town centre just three miles away, these properties offer discerning buyers the very best of both worlds.

 Andy continues: “Market towns – and the villages that are within their shadows – offer a charming balance with rural living and all the amenities added.

“Buyers of market town and villages are predominantly attracted by the lifestyle. There tends to be lower crime rates and unemployment and better levels of health.”

 With only the last few remaining, prices for properties at Haughton Grange start from £434,950.

 If you're thinking of selling or would like to register as a potential buyer at Haughton Grange, contact DBA Homes now on 01902 255026 or visit www.dbahomes.co.uk. The sales office and show home are open Thursday-Monday, 10am-5pm.

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