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Why not move to Leamington Spa? It’s officially the UK’s third happiest town

Mon 07 Dec 2020

Rightmove’s annual happiness index names Leamington Spa in Warwickshire as the third happiest town in the UK (after St Ives in Cornwall and Skipton in North Yorkshire).

With its community spirit, access to green spaces and host of local amenities it’s not surprising it scored so highly.

Fancy a move here? Well, how about one of these luxury new builds just a hop, a skip and a jump from the Regency town centre.

The three Scandi-style light-filled townhouses at Victoria Court in Kenilworth Road have been created by award winning Warwick developer Space GK. They are within easy walking distance from the town centre, yet hidden away behind one of the grand early 19th century facades which line the town’s wide boulevards..

Each house offers well over 2,500 sq ft of space, plus a double garage and has a bright 33-foot long living dining kitchen which flows, via full width bi-fold doors, into an easy-to-maintain walled balcony garden.

They all have four bedrooms, some of which can be used as studies, two bathrooms and a large media room, along with cloakroom, utility room and double garage with the facility to add an electric car charging point.

Duravit bathrooms, Hansgrohe taps, Matki shower screens, Miele appliances, Quooker taps, Hulsta wardrobes and high-speed broadband via Virgin media fibre optic cables contribute to the high specification finish. The lower ground and ground floors have wet zone under floor heating.

One of Space GK’s previous developments, which sold out within four hours of being put on the market, won a coveted award from architectural heritage champions the Leamington Society.

Prices start at £899,950.

 

"Recently I engaged EHB to sell my house in Leamington, I like most people asked 3 or 4 local agents, but I chose EHB because I felt they understood the local Leamington market and they made me feel a wanted customer. During the process they did nothing to change my mind. I felt they knew what good customer support was and will I use them again? Absolutely! Mr Skuse "
Mr Skuse

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