Shared Ownership Northamptonshire
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Northamptonshire, a county in the East Midlands, includes the county town of Northampton and other major population centres: Kettering, Corby, Wellingborough, Rushden and Daventry. From beautiful historic sites such as Althorp House, to sporting tracks and events held at the Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire is teeming with ideal days out. The country also has a rich mix of education and healthcare facilities, making it an ideal place to get onto the housing ladder with a Shared Ownership Help to Buy property.
Historically, the chief industry was manufacturing boots and shoes; today the county hosts a variety of businesses and opportunities for fresh graduates to working professionals.
With a host of cultural and historical places of interest and days out, alongside a rich educational offering, Northamptonshire is an attractive place for those seeking a Shared Ownership Help to Buy property. Being a central county, it’s links to London, Manchester and beyond are numerous, which will keep it a desirable county – for homeowners – now and for years to come.
Discover some of the county’s popular landmarks and attractions.
Purchased in 1508 by John Spencer, what was once a small village housing over 50 people became one of the UK’s most renowned stately homes in the UK. With 13,000 acres, and a place building erected in 1688, the house offers a rich history to its visitors.
Home to the British Grand Prix, the Silverstone Circuit will be a name well known to motor racing enthusiasts. Crowned the “home of British motor racing”, the Silverstone Circuit offers plenty of sporting events for fans new and old.
Part of the larger River Nene Regional Park, Stanwick Lakes is 750 acres of natural beauty on the outskirts of the village of Stanwick. Dog walkers, nature lovers and those on the hunt for peace and quiet will be at home in this slice of nature.
A Grade II listed Georgian house in the Cultural Quarter of Northampton, England, 78 Derngate was originally built in 1815. Since then it’s been remodelled by the architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and is now considered to be one of the first examples of the Art Deco style to be seen in Britain.
For young families seeking Shared Ownership property in Northamptonshire, access to excellent schools is a must. Top-rated schools in Northamptonshire include: Tresham College of Further and Higher Education, Fletton House, Knuston Hall, Moulton College, Northampton College, Northampton New College and The East Northamptonshire College.
Northamptonshire is located in the heart of England, so it's easy to reach many parts of the UK. Major national roads including the M1 motorway (London to Leeds) and the A14, provide Northamptonshire with transport links, both north–south and east–west.
Northamptonshire features a full range of NHS services, GP surgeries, opticians and dentists including Northampton General Hospital, which also operates Danetre Hospital in Daventry, and Kettering General Hospital. And while NHS provision is extensive; there are also private healthcare options.