Located in Warwickshire, Nuneaton is a popular location to live for those who work in Coventry, Birmingham or Leicester. There is also a high density of young families in the town who have decided to buy in the area so their children can benefit from the excellent schools.
Moving to or from Nuneaton could not be easier. The Britannia Bradshaw office is located just 25 minutes away in Leicester. Britannia Bradshaw offer a range of removal services including international moves and storage solutions.
Moving to Nuneaton
Those looking to rent in Nuneaton will be pleased to learn that one bedroom flats can be secured for as little as £400 pcm, rising to £450 pcm for two bedrooms. The more you pay, the more property perks, such as off-street parking or a garage. Two bedroom terraced homes are also affordable, with some under £500 pcm. Traditional three bed semis fall between £650 pcm and £800 pcm and lager detached homes are £850 pcm or over.
For those who are used to property prices in the south or London will be shocked to find large detached family homes for as little as £200,000 in Nuneaton. Bump your budget up to £300,000 and you could secure five or six bedrooms. Three bed semis fall between £100,000 and £160,000. Two bed terraced homes are ideal for first time buyers as they are under £100,000 (some even with three bedrooms). Flats are upwards of £50,000.
Schools in Nuneaton
There are three schools for children of primary age in Nuneaton. All three are co-educational and comprised of two infant schools and one junior school. Nathaniel Newton Infant School is ‘good’ according to Ofsted and Galley Common Infant School is ‘outstanding’. Michael Drayton Junior School was awarded ‘good’ in their latest Ofsted inspection.
The two secondary schools in Nuneaton differ dramatically. Nuneaton Academy is a secondary school and sixth form the specialises in engineering and science but fared poorly in their most recent Ofsted inspection, receiving a ranking of ‘inadequate’.
King Edward VI College is the local sixth form college and prepared children aged 16 to 18 for their AS and A Levels.
Transport Links Nuneaton
Nuneaton sits on the A444 and is surrounded by great road links. The A5 is to the north, M69 to the east, M6 to the south and M42 in the west. Loughborough is a 45-minute drive away, Leicester 35 minutes, Coventry 20 minutes and Birmingham 30 minutes.
Nuneaton railway station is London Midland and has seven platforms. There are services covering three lines: West Coast Main Line; Birmingham to Peterborough Line; Coventry to Nuneaton Line. There is an hourly service to London Euston via Rugby and Milton Keynes to the south and a northbound service to Crewe via Stafford and Stoke-on-Trent. There are also trains to Blackpool North, Manchester Piccadilly, Chester, Birmingham New Street, Leicester and Liverpool Lime Street.