Very much in the heart of England, the majority of Warwickshire’s population live in the north and centre of the county. The market towns of northern and eastern Warwickshire were industrialised in the 19th century, and include Atherstone, Bedworth, Nuneaton, and Rugby. The prosperous towns of central and western Warwickshire including Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, Kenilworth, Alcester and Wellesbourne harbour light to medium industries, services and tourism as major employment sectors.
The south of the county is largely rural and sparsely populated, and includes a small area of the Cotswolds at the border with northwest Gloucestershire. The only town in the south of Warwickshire is Shipston-on-Stour.
Warwickshire can provide an ideal base for relocation and commuting, being close to Birmingham and with the fastest trains from Rugby taking only 50 minutes to reach London Euston.
So many chapters of English History have been made in Warwickshire which has far more than its quota of captivating castles, historic houses and celebrated gardens. The market towns and villages echo old England with curious names like Wootton Wawen, and Henley in Arden, and also entice with contemporary shops, farmers’ markets and restaurants, providing vibrant hubs at the very heart of rural life.
Warwick Castle is probably the finest castle in the country today, with Stratford-Upon-Avon having the culture of Shakespeare to attract any visitor to the county. The River Avon provides a wonderful backdrop for many of the county’s finest dwellings, whilst the area’s other towns can provide the cosmopolitan homes you would expect.How can we assist you?