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Telford House Removals
Telford, over the past few years, has undergone extensive development. It is the largest town in Shropshire and is home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ironbridge Gorge. The town advertises itself as ‘The Birthplace of Industry’ due to its proximity to places in the Ironbridge Gorge area which are internationally recognised as being important in the Industrial Revolution. However, today, it is a modern town with all the usual shopping and business facilities that you would expect of an up and coming location.
Moving to Telford
Telford benefits from having a wide variety of housing options, from small flats and bungalows, to larger than normal ex-council properties that have been bought, renovated, and resold over the past 20 years. There is always new homes being built in Telford so, whether looking to rent or buy, there will be something to suit everyone’s needs.
To buy, flats start at £40,000 and escalate to £200,000 for a two-bed apartment in a luxury complex. Smaller family terraces start around £50,000 – £80,000 for larger four-bed terraces. Three-bed semis, ideal for families, can be snapped up for as little as £65,000 but look to spend £130,000 minimum for a larger four-bed semi. Detached homes vary incredibly, from £142,000 for a large family home that needs a little TLC, to just under £1 million for grand period homes with extensive land and private drives with electric gates.
If you are looking to rent in Telford, large four-bed detached family homes start at £650 pcm. Family sized semi-detached homes are upwards of £495 pcm, whereas some of the larger family terraces are £525 pcm. Two bed terraced homes fetch around £425 pcm, and one and two-bed flats tend to fall into the £300 to £500 bracket dependant on location and condition of the property.
The Britannia Goodwins office is located just 35 minutes away from Telford, in Stafford. The team offer a second-to-none removals service, tailored to each individual customer, as well as a variety of storage options.
Days Out in Telford
If you fancy a spot of shopping, head straight to Telford Shopping Centre. It is full of high-street favourties, as well as four big department stores – House of Fraser, Debenhams, Marks and Spencer, and BHS. There are also a number of cafes and restaurants to take a break.
If you fancy something action packed, Telford Snowboard and Ski Centre is located on the outskirts in Madeley. At the facility you can indulge in skiing, snowboarding, snowblading, and ice skating sessions. Telford also has a separate ice rink.
Telford is surrounded by beautiful countryside, but many head to the Wrekin for a spot of fresh air. It is not for the faint hearted, as there are some steep parts, but the uphill struggle is worth it for the stunning views when you reach the summit.
Transport Links Telford
Telford is handily located on the M54, which is a spur of the M6 linking the town to Wolverhampton and the West Midlands. You can also access Shrewsbury and Cannock easily via the A5.
Telford benefits from having three railway stations; Wellington, Oakengates, and Telford Central. Telford Central has services to Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Shrewsbury, Chester, Holyhead and London. Oakengates and Wellington both have services to Wolverhampton, Shrewsbury, and Birmingham.
Due to Telford being a new town, it was planned with public transport in mind. Telford has one of the lowest car ownership figures in the UK as many rely solely on the fantastic public transport connections in place.