We’ve scouted the best properties around the UK for those with a £600,000 budget, so whatever you’re looking for in your next move, we’ve got you covered.
One budget, six postcodes; we look at buying options around the UK. As the impact of COVID-19 prolongs and home owners around the country question what they really want from their living spaces, conversations around flexible working and the need for more room look set to continue well into the new year. With this in mind, we’ve scouted the best properties around the UK for those with a £600,000 budget, so whatever you’re looking for in your next move, we’ve got you covered.
Wilmington Square, WC1X - £600,000 Leasehold
Not to be forgotten are those living in the capital who continue to enjoy all that it offers - albeit with a curfew. This bright one-bedroom flat is arranged on the second floor of a converted Grade II listed Georgian townhouse. Set in the sought-after Wilmington Square, residents can enjoy all that Clerkenwell has to offer, including Exmouth Road with its food market, restaurants, bars and jewellers. Kings Cross and Islington are also just moments away.
Properties in Clerkenwell had an overall average price of £871,242 over the last year, with flats making up the majority of sales in the area.
Contact Winkworth Clerkenwell & City or call 020 7405 1288.
Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, SE22 - £600,000 Leasehold
Londoners who enjoy the city, but are looking for a little more space could head south of the river to East Dulwich. This two double bedroom ground floor maisonette compromises two large double bedrooms, one of which could easily be converted into an office space, with the added bonus of an extensive private garden, perfect for those already counting down the days to spring. Lordship Lane is well known for its array of excellent amenities, including local shops such as William Rose butchers, Moxon’s Fishmongers and Mons Cheesemongers. The local Horniman Museum has also partially opened for those looking to enjoy its galleries and gardens.
Properties in East Dulwich had an overall average price of £740,077 over the last year, with flats making up the majority of sales in the area.
Contact Winkworth Dulwich or call 0208 299 2722
Those who are looking to move out of London, but need to retain links to the capital could invest in Lincolnshire and still have enough change to invest in a small pied a terre close to the city centre.
Sleaford, Lincolnshire, NG34 - £250,000 Freehold
Situated within close proximity of Sleaford town centre and the train station, this detached home offers plentiful accommodation. Perfect for a family looking for more space and a slower pace of life, the house offers four bedrooms, a lounge, dining room and conservatory. A bustling market town, Sleaford has its own rambler group for those keen to explore the surrounding areas and is home to a number of listed buildings, some dating back to the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
Properties in Sleaford had an overall average price of £185,271 over the last year, with detached properties making up the majority of sales in the area.
Contact Winkworth Sleaford or call 01529 303 377
Garratt Lane, London, SW17£325,000 Leasehold
Whether you still need to access the office a few days or week, or simply want to retain a foothold on the London property market, this modern one bedroom apartment would make the perfect pied a terre. Situated close to Tooting Broadway tube, which offers access into central London in half an hour, this property is also close to Broadway Market with its myriad of stalls.
Properties in Tooting had an overall average price of £655,038 over the last year, with flats making up the majority of sales in the area.
Contact Winkworth Tooting or call 020 8767 5221
Aldbourne, Wiltshire, SN8 - £540,000 Freehold
While some wish to retain some semblance of London life, for others the lure of country air has never been stronger. This charming grade II listed home is situated in a peaceful location in the village of Aldbourne, Wiltshire. With three double bedrooms and a beautiful cottage garden, it’s an ideal property for those looking to move their family to the countryside. Part of the North Wessex Downs area, Aldbourne has a multitude of clubs and groups for newcomers to join, while walkers, cyclists and horse riders can all enjoy the beautiful countryside area.
Properties in Aldbourne had an overall average price of £470,250 over the last year, with semi-detached properties making up the majority of sales.
Contact Winkworth Marlborough or call 01672 552 777
Lewes Crescent, Brighton, BN2 - £550,000 Share of Freehold
While some crave the countryside, others look towards the sea. As well as stunning period features and seven acres of communal grounds, this two bedroom flat is situated a stone’s throw from the famous Brighton pier. Residents can take advantage of Kemptown’s eclectic feel, the famous Lanes area of Brighton, and its marina and pier.
Properties in Brighton had an overall average price of £423,112 over the last year, with flats making up the majority of sales in the area.
Contact Winkworth Brighton & Hove or call 01273 772 175