Conveyancing in Burton
Buying a house in Burton
Burton upon Trent is – somewhat predictably – located on the River Trent in East Staffordshire. With a population of over 70,000, Burton has a great range of property to suit all manner of budgets.
You’ll need to instruct the services of a lawyer to complete the legal work on your behalf when buying or selling property in Burton.
Let My Home Move Conveyancing do this for you as your conveyancer in Burton, and take advantage of our award winning customer service, innovative use of technology and detailed knowledge of the local market.
You will be assigned a dedicated conveyancer who will look after your case from start to finish, providing you with regular updates to complement the online access you will have to your account with us. At My Home Move Conveyancing we are pleased to supply our conveyancing in Burton to customers purchasing homes across the area, including the town centre and spots on the outskirts such as Stapenhill and Winshill with their close proximity to the river.
The average house price in Staffordshire is £142,129, while in Burton itself the overall average sale price over the past year was £155,219.
Most sales involved terraced properties, which went for an average of £109, 860, while detached and semi-detached properties sold an almost identical number, fetching £232,921 and £149,054 respectively. The comparatively low number of flats sold for an average of £74,890.
The local authority responsible for properties is East Staffordshire Borough Council. They can be contacted on 01283 508 000 or at the following address:
East Staffordshire Borough Council
Burton upon Trent
The local area
Although there was a Roman road that ran through the spot where Burton now lies, the town mainly grew up around Burton Abbey, which was refounded as a Benedictine abbey at the beginning of the 11th century. Burton has a strong history in brewing and exporting beer, while the town has plenty of modern amenities that complement the Thursday market that has been taking place for over 800 years.
Burton offers a close proximity to Birmingham with strong transport links that make it a viable commuter town for those preferring to live in a quieter area. A train to Birmingham New Street takes less than half an hour, while it is little over 10 minutes to get to Derby. The M1 motorway passes to the east of town, linking Burton with Sheffield and Leeds in the north and London in the south. East Midlands Airport is less than 20 miles away, while Birmingham Airport is approximately 10 miles further away. It’s also fairly easy to get to local towns such as Lichfield and Tamworth.
There are some excellent school in the area for parents of younger children to take into account, such as Shobnall Primary, Richard Crosse CofE and All Saints CofE in nearby Alrewas. Options at secondary level include John Taylor High School, Abbot Beyne School and Paulet High School in Stapenhill.
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