England’s most desirable suburbs

Houses for Sale in Chester

Here are the England’s most desirable suburbs and Houses for Sale in Chester . Since 2015, Royal Mail has been conducting a study which was released some time back. An update of the study by the Centre For Economics and Business Research looked into the past 2 years, released the results which were determined by a number of factors. These factors include good schools, employment, affordable housing, average commuting times, working hours as well as access to green spaces.

The suburbs most desirable in England are the following in positions.
1. CH63 – Bebington, Wirral
CH63 is regarded as the most desirable suburb to reside in and work. This postcode boasts a combination of good schools, parks and picnic areas, high employment rates, as well as the ideal balance of residence to workplaces.

2. NR6 – North and North West Norwich
The NR6 part of Norwich takes the second position. With villages very close to Norwich, the North and North West Norwich areas are popular residential postal codes. Some of the amenities in these favourite villages include schools, dental and veterinary surgeries, the Lavare Park, and an airport offering flights all over Europe and the wider world.

3. BH18 – Broadstone, Bournemouth
This thriving suburb is also among the most desired. Still throbbing with its busy state, the Broadstone has great primary, middle and secondary schools, good quality housing, churches, shops including a jewellery shop and many clubs and associations. Broadway is also well-known for the Christmas parade and lights which it showcases every year on a large recreation field.

4. M33 – Sale, Greater Manchester
M33 postcode makes it at fourth. Sale has a high urban growth thanks to the close proximity to the Manchester Metrolink network and the M60 motorway. This suburb grew in popularity very quickly and it has become quite the commuter town. There’s a beautiful artificial lake which is often utilised for water sports by the local community.

5. PO32 – East Cowes, Isle of Wight
Another desirable suburb, East Cowes is also a place where just about anybody would be happy to live in. This area on the Isle of Wight to the east is connected to the mainland by a ferry service plus physical bridges. There are several bus routes connecting East Cowes to other towns too. Being the former summer residence for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, the town benefited and had an improvement on its architecture due to Prince Albert’s influence. A redevelopment project made this suburb better for residents and visitors and created better employment opportunities.

6. SP53 – Eastleigh, Hampshire
The modern Eastleigh town homes many businesses, a manufacturing plant being one of them. Primary, secondary, as well as college schools are in the Royal Mail number six suburb.

7. IP5 – Ipswich, Suffolk
The IP5 postcode comprises of the Kesgrave suburb and the Rushmere St Andrew and Martlesham Heath villages. These areas are the seventh most desirable places. There are schools in Kesgrave, Martlesham Heath boasts of the Adastral Park and Rushmere St Andrew has footpaths and open spaces where residents enjoy walking and cycling.

8. LS18 – Horsforth, Leeds
Located on the outskirts of Leeds, Horsforth is known for its green, leafy roads and beautiful old Victorian houses. Horsforth is a desirable and accessible suburb with evident employment. Property and house sale thrives in Horsforth, and there’s an impressive selection of bars and restaurants for its locals to choose from.

9. S18 – Dronfield, North East Derbyshire
Dronfield is known for its high number of manufacturing firms and vast employment opportunities. The town also has a number of towns and sports facilities, making it popular among young families.

10. RG6 – Earley, Reading
If you’re located near Reading then you’ll want to pay a visit to Earley. The delightful suburb features good local shopping facilities, with easy access to Reading and the M4. A railway station facilitates effective transportation in the area, and there are plenty of schools. Property and the housing business has thrived in Earley.

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