Nestled on the western edge of the New Forest, Ringwood provides the perfect blend of ‘bustling market town’ with semi-rural relaxed living. Dating back to 1226, the town is crammed full of history, charm and character which is exemplified by the typical properties our busy team are instructed to sell.
As the leading Estate Agents in Ringwood the town has more than a special place in our hearts. Its diversity draws buyers looking for excellent schools, outdoor activities and a thriving high street full of independent artisan shops and eateries. If you like a tipple, Ringwood Brewery has been filling the air with the aroma of hops and barley for almost half a century.
If the great outdoors is more your thing, Ringwood does not disappoint. The Moors Valley Country Park has activities to suit those seeking a bit of fun and adrenalin with its giant water park and Go Ape perfect for family entertainment. Being tucked between the River Avon and the New Forest National Park, Ringwood is also perfect for scenic cycle rides, paddle boarding or canoeing.
From a property market perspective, Spencers Estate Agents in Ringwood have seen demand steadily grow year-on-year with the average house price of £546,508 in June 2021. That is a rise of just under 5% over the last twelve months.
“Ringwood continues to be one of the most desirable places to live in the New Forest. From large detached family homes, properties oozing with character and luxury retirement living it offers something for every buyer.” According to Mark Youngman, Director of Spencers Estate Agents, Ringwood.
“The mantra ‘location, location, location’ couldn’t be more apt for this charming and historic market town. With excellent links to Bournemouth, Southampton, Salisbury and Winchester for buyers seeking that connection to workplaces, shopping parks or beaches.”
If you would like to know more about what life is like in Ringwood come and chat to our friendly team of estate agents in Ringwood