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Melton Mowbray Removals
Despite having a blossoming population of over 27,000 Melton Mowbray is olde worlde. St Mary’s Church stands tall above the town and a warren of medieval streets all join to a central market place. With a rich heritage in hunting and agriculture, Melton Mowbray has been crowned the ‘Rural Capital of Food’, producing such delicacies as pork pies and Stilton cheese. To get your hands on some of Melton’s finest fodder, head to Melton’s famous market, which dates back 1,000 years.
Moving to Melton Mowbray
For some reason, the south of Melton Mowbray is the most popular, perhaps something to do with the beautiful array of Victorian properties located there. There are some fantastic homes around Dalby Road and Burton Road. If you have a little less budget, but still have your heart set on a Victorian property, look at Burton Lazars and Scalford Road. There are a number of suburban roads and estates on the fringes of the town centre.
The regal townhouses and large detached homes in Melton Mowbray tend to have asking prices between £300,000 and £700,000. Humbler detached properties, £180,000 to £300,000, and semis, £130,000 to £250,000. Terraces and cottages are ideal for first time buyers, ranging between £100,000 and £180,000. Flats (one bed and two bed) £80,000 to £200,000. Rentals: one-bedroom flat, £300-£500pcm; three-bedroom house, £500-£650pcm.
The Britannia Bradshaw office is located just 30 minutes away from Melton Mowbray, in Leicester. The team offer a second-to-none removals service, tailored to each individual customer, as well as a variety of storage options.
Leisure Facilities in Melton Mowbray
Melton Mowbray Country Park is a weekend favourite of many living in the town, with 140 acres of wildlife, lakes, footpaths, sports pitches, and children’s play areas. Even better, it is just 10 minutes walk from the town centre!
Twinlakes is an attraction that is nearby to Melton Mowbray and is usually heaving during the school holidays, but definitely worth a visit. It is one of Leicestershire’s top attractions and home to a small zoo, falconry centre, roller coaster, log flume, go-karting, and a boating lake. Visitors can get around the park via a miniature railway. They often hold seasonal events, with amazing Father Christmas activities for children at Christmas.
Melton Mowbray has its own museum called the Carnegie, which was originally a library built in 1905. However, this isn’t Melton Mowbray’s only old building. The Regal Cinema is a real hit and is set in a beautiful 1930’s Art Deco building.
Transport Links Melton Mowbray
Located on the A607, Melton Mowbray has great road access to Loughborough (26 minutes), Nottingham (38 minutes), and Leicester (30 minutes). Commuters who do not want to get stuck in traffic can utilise the services running from Melton Mowbray station direct to Leicester (16 minutes), Birmingham New Street (1 hour 8 minutes) and Stanstead Airport (2 hour 5 minutes). Loughborough, London Kings Cross, London St Pancras International, Nottingham, and Derby are all accessible from Melton Mowbray, but you will be required to change services once.