Sandwiched between Shrewsbury and Stoke-on-Trent, along the banks of the Shropshire Union Canal, is the delightful market town of Market Drayton. Here’s everything you need to know if you’re considering selling, buying or letting in this beautiful corner of North Shropshire.
What are the types of housing stock?
The majority of properties in the town are detached, complimented with a mixture of semi’s, townhouses and apartments mean there is something for everyone in Market Drayton. During the 1970’s and 1980’s, the town grew significantly resulting in a variety of houses for sale. From stunning period properties to modern and new build.
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What is my house in Market Drayton worth?
A property search of Market Drayton could give you the impression that ‘Drayton’ is quite new, due to the number of properties built within the last 40 years. But anyone who has walked past the Tudor House Hotel, St. Mary’s Church, Tyrley Locks and along the Aqueduct will know that there is a lot of history to love about living in Market Drayton.
Where to buy or let in Market Drayton?
2018 is the year to sell your home in Market Drayton
“Overall the housing market in Market Drayton is positive. We’ve seen more enquires throughout January than the same period last year. And we expect this to increase again as we head into April. So putting your house on at the correct price as we head into spring will greatly improve the speed of sale. The exceptions being some of the unique period properties that take a buyer who is committed to preserving or enhancing an older property."
Michelle J Critchley M.N.A.E.A
Did you know?
Since 1817, the artisan bakers of Market Drayton, have been keeping a closely guarded secret; the coveted recipe of Billington’s Gingerbread? It’s just one of the reasons people in Market Drayton Love where they live.