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Why live in Salisbury?

6 Reasons to live in Salisbury Salisbury Cathedral, The cathedral is a magnificent building built-in 1220 with the tallest spire in England at 123m/404ft The Close,Salisbury benefits from The Close this is the hub of the city with museum’s and a Collage it’s a wonderful place to relax on a sunny summer’s day. Salisbury Market, The market is a wonderful tradition, still going strong today in Salisbury Market Square every Tuesday and Saturday selling everything from fresh fruit and veg to gardening tools. Rural Surroundings,Salisbury has all the facilities of a big city but it will only take you a few minutes and you can find yourself in lovely rural areas like the Chalke Valley, Martin Down or The New Forest. Shops,Salisbury has all the big shops you would expect in a city but we also have lots of different independent shops selling a wide variety of goods. Our Waitrose has just undergone a large refit with lots of new reasons to visit. Schools,Salisbury has a brilliant selection of established schools like Bishops Wordsworth, South Wilts, Chafny Grove, Salisbury Cathedral & Leaden Hall to name but a few.  

6 Reasons to live in Salisbury



  1. Salisbury Cathedral, The cathedral is a magnificent building built-in 1220 with the tallest spire in England at 123m/404ft
  2. The Close,Salisbury benefits from The Close this is the hub of the city with museum’s and a Collage it’s a wonderful place to relax on a sunny summer’s day.
  3. Salisbury Market, The market is a wonderful tradition, still going strong today in Salisbury Market Square every Tuesday and Saturday selling everything from fresh fruit and veg to gardening tools.
  4. Rural Surroundings,Salisbury has all the facilities of a big city but it will only take you a few minutes and you can find yourself in lovely rural areas like the Chalke Valley, Martin Down or The New Forest.
  5. Shops,Salisbury has all the big shops you would expect in a city but we also have lots of different independent shops selling a wide variety of goods. Our Waitrose has just undergone a large refit with lots of new reasons to visit.
  6. Schools,Salisbury has a brilliant selection of established schools like Bishops Wordsworth, South Wilts, Chafny Grove, Salisbury Cathedral & Leaden Hall to name but a few.
 

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