Open back in 2012 our Complete local expert team in Leamington Spa really are in the know to sell your property in Leamington, Warwick & Surrounding Villages.
Leamington Spa is famous for its Jephson's Gardens on the banks of the River Leam and throughout the town there is a wealth of elegant properties, the Victorian and Georgian heritage for which Leamington is renowned. Leamington has a diverse range of boutiques, high street shopping, cafes, restaurants, bars and activities for all ages.
The area has some excellent schools, most notably Arnold Lodge and Kingsley School for Girls in Leamington Spa, Warwick Boys School, Kings High School for Girls. Leamington Spa (trains to London Marylebone from 70 mins and Birmingham from 31 mins), Warwick 2.5 miles, Warwick Parkway Station 2.5 miles (trains to London Marylebone from 69 mins), M40 (J13 & J15) 4 miles, Stratford upon Avon 11 miles, Coventry 8.4 miles (trains to London Euston from 61 mins), Birmingham International Airport 17 miles, Birmingham City Centre 18 miles (distances and times approximate).
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Leamington has been named as one of the happiest places to live in the UK - again.
Property website Rightmove's 2020 survey placed the town in third place.
Of course, Leamington is no stranger to being 'officially happy' - it topped the list back in 2017. Rightmove's Happy at Home index, whose results were published this week, quizzed 21,000 people who were asked to rate various aspects of where they lived, such as community spirit, access to green spaces and availability of local services.
Williams & Yemm trading as Complete Estate Agents Leamington Company Number 10693635
Southam Road, Radford Semele, Le...
Offers over £725,000
An opportunity to buy and renovate a detached cottage originally dating back to 1826 on the outskirts of Radford Semele, being extended twice over the years. The main house has...
Tachbrook Street, Leamington Spa
Offers over £225,000
An opportunity to buy a property in need of modernisation! An attractive bay fronted end terraced Victorian home, just south of the town centre offering three bedrooms, lounge, diner, kitchen,...
Golf Lane, Whitnash, Leamington Spa
Offers over £475,000
A huge five bedroom semi detached in need of modernisation and has further scope for extension (STPP). The imposing home is on an elevated position at the top of Golf...
Shrubland Street, Leamington Spa
Offers over £235,000
A bay fronted, Victorian mid-terraced home, situated in just south of the town centre, in Leamington Spa. The property is entered from a storm porch, into the entrance hall, where...
Goldacre Close, Whitnash, Leamin...
Offers over £400,000
A spacious five bedroom detached family home and attractive cul-de-sac location on a popular residential development in Whitnash. This property is presented to a high standard throughout and briefly comprises...
Avenue Road, Leamington Spa
£925 pcm | Tenant Info -
AVAILABLE FROM 1st January 2021. Situated in the heart of Leamington Spa, just minutes from the train station and adjacent to the pump room gardens this two bedroom duplex apartment...
Pinfold Street, Rugby
£550 pcm | Tenant Info -
Rooms to rent all ensuite in Rugby Towncenter, these are premium luxury rooms in a fully refurbished house close to the town centre and train station. Available for immediate rental...
During the 19th century, Leamington Spa experienced one of the most rapid expansions in England. Leamington became a popular spa resort attracting the wealthy and famous, and construction began of numerous Georgian townhouses to accommodate visitors, and a town hall was built in 1830.
With the spread of the townâ€™s popularity, â€˜Leamington Priorsâ€™ was renamed into â€˜Royal Leamington Spaâ€™ and granted with a â€˜Royalâ€™ prefix in 1838 by Queen Victoria, who visited the town as a Princess in 1830 and as Queen in 1858. Buildings in the town include a variety of Georgian and early Victorian architecture, and listed buildings such as the Grade II listed Lansdowne Crescent in neo-classical style, designed by William Thomas between 1835 and 1838.
Nowadays Leamington Spa is renowned for its coffee shop culture, array of shops, restaurants and vibrant night life.
The town has several parks and gardens including the Jephson Gardens, close to the Royal Pump Rooms and next to the River Leam, other parks are the Mill Gardens on the opposite bank of the river to Jephson Gardens, Victoria Park, the Royal Pump Room Gardens, Newbold Comyn, The Dell and Welshâ€™s Meadow, a nature reserve.
There are a number of schools either located within Leamington include the state secondary schools of North Leamington School, Campion School, Trinity Catholic School, and the independent schools of Arnold Lodge School, a co-educational school, Kingsley School.
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