Living in….. Andover

A stunning market town in the Test Valley, with its beautiful high street and an abundance of local shops, bars and restaurants.

RAF Andover features highly in the town’s heritage, dating back to its opening during the First World War and The Ministry of Defense still continues to be the largest employer in the town.

 

There are lots of exciting things to do in Andover, whether you’re a family or you’re exploring by yourself. The top local attractions are; Hawk Conservancy Trust, Finkley Down Farm Park, Thruxton Motorsport Centre,  and The Museum of the Iron Age. It’s ‘town trails’ detail Andover’s historic events and take you on a tour of the town via various landmarks and finish at the Andover Museum.

There are monthly Farmers and Crafts Markets that are sponsored by the local council, which are very popular with the locals. And if it’s something branded you’re looking for then the Enham Arch Retail Park is the place to head to.  

 

According to current Zoopla estimates, the average value for property in Andover stood at £332,646 in March 2019. This is a rise of 0.25% in the last three months (since December 2018) and rise of 1.79% since 12 months ago. In terms of property types, flats in Andover sold for an average of £159,785 and terraced houses for £237,453.

If you think Andover could be a destination for you? Get in touch with our Belvoir Andover office for more information.

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