20 Aug

Beauty and serenity in picturesque Ross-on-Wye

Beauty and serenity in picturesque Ross-on-Wye

When it comes to moving to a more rural location in England, there will be a number of perks that come to mind; the fact that a place is quieter, more picturesque, and embodies a far more local way of life to name just a few.

Thankfully, these aspects of living are not as hard to find as you may think, and all of these aspects of rural life can be discovered by people who are looking for property for sale in Ross-on-Wye.

The market town is located in Herefordshire, and is seen as a very favourable place to live, as it gives people a glance back to when living in the countryside was far more beneficial than to live in a big city.

First of all, with a population amounting to just some 10,000 people, the town on Ross-on-Wye will be ideal for those seeking out peace and quiet. With fewer people around, there will be far less cars on the road, meaning congestion will be non-existent. With a smaller number of residents, it will also be much easier to know other locals and really feel like part of the community.

In terms of what the town has to offer residents, it is known as a centre for many local shops and its market on a weekly basis in the town square. These all give people from the town the chance to purchase wares from surrounding areas which are more likely to be homemade or responsibly sourced than from the big supermarkets.

It is also seen locally as a great place for picturesque streets. With many old buildings and other structures, residents will love moving around Ross-on-Wye and enjoying a setting with a touch of character and style that is just not as easy to find as in the big cities of the UK.

And for when people need to visit larger settlements, the town is located just minutes from a connection to the M5 motorway.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801432614-ADNFCR

Cookies We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. To find out more about our cookies policy, see our cookies policy here or in the footer.