House Removals Warminster
Warminster is a small market town located on the edge of the beautiful Salisbury Plain. The town boasts many historic attractions, as well as nature trails, meadows and grassy marshlands. All of these provide plenty of opportunities for cycling and walking activities, as well as water sports at the nearby Shearwater Lake.
Moving to Warminster couldn’t be easier. The Britannia Leatherbarrows Hampshire office is located just 40 minutes from Warminster in Andover. The team are friendly and ready to help you with a seamless move.
Moving to Warminster
Detached properties do not stay on the market for long in Warminster, and the average price is around £311,104. Terraced properties are fetching an average of £158,512 and semi-detached homes are averaging at £194,558.
Warminster, with an average overall property price of £215,065 is similar in terms of sold prices to nearby Westbury. However, it is cheaper than Dilton Marsh and Steeple Ashton.
Things to Do in Warminster
Warminster is the nearest town to the magnificent Longleat – home of the UK’s first ever Safari Park and one of Britain’s most impressive examples of high Elizabethan architecture. Longleat is a unique day out that cannot be experienced anywhere else in the UK; from exploring grand Longleat House to viewing endangered and exotic animals on the drive-through safari.
Stonehenge is an attraction local to Warminster. Just a short drive from the town and you can be walking in the footsteps of Neolithic ancestors. Stonehenge is one of the wonders of the world and the best-know prehistoric monument in Europe.
Also a popular attraction for those in Warminster is Stourhead. The world famous landscape garden, described as a ‘living work of art’, has a magnificent lake at its centre; reflecting classical temples, mystical grottoes, and rare and exotic trees.
Transport Links Warminster
If moving to Warminster and considering commuting to London, you may want to think again. Unless you can hack the 2-hour journey with a change at a variety of stations, it may not be ideal. However, those wanting to travel to Salisbury are in luck, with trains 3 times an hour and taking around 20 minutes. Trains to Salisbury take over an hour.
Great Western Railway operate an hourly service in each direction from Warminster station, westbound to Westbury, Bristol Temple Meads and Cardiff Central, and eastbound to Southampton and Portsmouth Harbour.
There are a number of local bus services in Warminster, transporting passengers not only around the town and neighbouring areas, but also further afield.
Storage Services in Warminster
Britannia Leatherbarrows offers container and self storage for businesses and individuals in Warminster and the surrounding area at our spacious warehouse in Andover.