The best places for fam­i­lies to live in the UK

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univer­sity and NHS are also ma­jor em­ploy­ers in the city.

“Those sell­ing are typ­i­cally down­siz­ers mov­ing away to be closer to grownup chil­dren,” says Chris Charl­ton of Sav­ills. “The peo­ple buy­ing tend to be young fam­i­lies mov­ing out of Derby, Nottingham, Stoke-on-Trent and Manch­ester. Af­ter a quiet pe­riod in 2017, de­mand for prop­erty is on the up.”

The av­er­age house price in Ash­bourne is £282,056; you can find a pe­riod cot­tage for around £250,000, and a town­house is £600,000 to £700,000. There’s a huge de­tached four-bed­room vicarage for sale in Ash­bourne through Sav­ills for £1.195 mil­lion.

Ac­cord­ing to Yopa’s re­search, Ash­bourne has the low­est crime rate of any lo­ca­tion in the top 10. It also scored highly for GP ratings, as did In­ver­ness

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