Appledore average? Never!
No there`s absolutely nothing average about the North Devon village of Appledore. There never has been, throughout it`s rich and long history. These averages house prices are indicative of the village`s real popularity. In 2016, based on data from the Land Registry Appledore`s terraced houses sold for an average price of £240,499. Semi-detached averaged £263.500, and detached homes £350,417.
“We are seeing first-hand the increasing popularity of this quaint, historic village on the Torridge River, ” explained Adam Bott of Bideford estate agents Morris and Bott. “The property market is really active, with sales and lettings of quaint cottages, individual homes and some new properties being built. The community is strong, with vitality, culture and history. Appledore has real appeal and people love it. And the village is so easily accessible to all of the delights within fabulous North Devon!”
Adam continued “It`s no wonder that our team are frequently popping down to the village and we love it! Any excuse, we never mind! And, in early 2017, we`re already doing deals in the village, with both sales and lettings. If you want the right property advice about the sale of property in Appledore, it`s important to base your important decisions on the best, informed advice. There are always idiosyncrasies which immediately means that the averages don`t apply. Selling a property is multidimensional, let us tell you how we do it!”
Talk with the Bideford estate agents Morris and Bott who know. Adam emphasised “We’re always happy to meet to discuss your property plans and needs, always in confidence and always without obligation. There is nothing average about our approach to selling North Devon property either. The Morris and Bott team are known for our refreshing approach, with genuine enthusiasm and passion for North Devon property, it`s the way we do things, it is our culture.”