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For London & inner M25 this package is £995


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Independent research shows that Emoov achieves the highest sale price for your home*


*Data provided by TwentyEA shows that of the top 30 national estate agents that operate at Emoov’s price point, Emoov achieves a higher sale price.

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You could save thousands by paying a fixed fee of £895, rather than a commission
based on your sale price. In London & inner M25 the low fixed fee is £995.

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Reasons to love Northampton

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Selling your home in Northampton


Northampton is located in the East Midlands of England and lies in the county town of Northamptonshire. It is also located on the banks of the River Nene to the North West of London, around 67 miles away from the capital. Northampton as a settlement dates back as far as the Bronze, Roman and Anglo-Saxon ages.

Northampton’s Economy

Originally Northampton’s economy was driven by the town’s prominence in the shoemaking and leather industry. Although many of these companies still remain today, many of the factories once used for the industry’s production are now converted into office space.

Post war Northampton was also a hub for the engineering industry although today this has shifted to the private sector and distribution and finance sectors.

Culture in Northampton

As with many major towns and cities in the UK, Northampton’s vast and varied historical heritage means the town has a substantial cultural offering. This makes Northampton a desirable location for many to live. Northampton is home to one of Britain’s largest and most historic markets, check out market square for a real taste of what the town has to offer.

The Billing Aquadrome leisure park draws many visitors and locals’ alike offering a number of bars and restaurants, a marina, funfair and even a converted water mill. The town also offers a wealth of green spaces, with around 1,880 acres of parks and open spaces. This also makes Northampton a popular place to live for those looking to mix the hustle and bustle of a town, with the tranquil feel of the country.

The town hosts a number of annual events from the Diwali celebrations, the Northampton Balloon Festival, the Delapre Beer Festival and the Northampton Carnival. There is also a number of music events each year offering genres to suit all tastes.

Northampton also boasts a number of artistic venues, particularly in the Cultural Quarter of the town, one of the main outlets for the town’s art and entertainment offerings. Northampton is also home to the Grade II listed Central Library and the Northampton Museum and Art Gallery are also popular destinations for those visiting Northampton.

Getting Around Northampton

Northampton benefits from a number of good transport links around the town and to the rest of the country. This makes it a popular destination for many either working within the town or in the surrounding areas.

The town is situated close by to the M1 motorway, linking it with London to the South and Leeds to the North. It is also well connected to the rest of Northamptonshire via the A45 and A43. Northampton is also serviced by the West Coast Main Line, providing rail links to London in under an hour as well as Birmingham and Crewe.

Buying in Northampton

Looking to buy a property in Northampton? Try Wooton Fields. Located about four miles or so from the town centre, it is a well maintained area with good local transport links into the town centre.

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