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England > East Midlands > Northamptonshire > Kettering property

Map of property in Kettering

House prices in Kettering

  Flat Semi-Detached Detached Terraced
Homes sold in the last 12 months 54 306 270 260
Average house prices £113,366 £212,707 £325,368 £163,868

Get to know the modern market in Kettering

Kettering is a market town in Northamptonshire situated around 80 miles from London. Due to the fast intercity rail links to the capital, it has a growing commuter population.

Property in Kettering is mainly modern new-build, which is constantly expanding to meet the demands of the growing market, but you will also find flats, terraces and conversions, all at below national average prices.

The economy is built on the boot and shoe industry, and the town was home to many famous footwear manufacturers such as Willis and Timpsons, Dolcis, Freeman and Hardy. Today, it comprises mainly service and distribution industries due to its central location and good transport links.

Kettering is cool for people of all ages

There is something for everyone in Kettering. Boughton House, otherwise known as England's Versailles, is open to the public and boasts a spectacular garden, man-made canals, a lily lake and much more.

Kettering's Heritage Quarter is where you'll find the Manor House Museum and the Alfred East Gallery, perfect for culture vultures. A refurbishment project has transformed the town centre to add leisure facilities, water features, public art and sculptures to the heart of the town.

Transport system perfectly linked up

The A14 links Kettering with the M1, M6 and A45 motorways. There is an excellent inter-city rail network, perfect for commuters, and the area is just two hours' drive from five large airports - Heathrow, Luton, East Midlands, Birmingham and Stansted.

Kettering is a quiet town with excellent facilities and proximity to a wider network of towns in the east of England. Ideal for commuters to London and for air travellers, it is a fine place to enjoy a good quality of life.

Source acknowledgement: House price data produced by Land Registry

This material was last updated on 04 June 2019. It covers the period from 01 January 1995 to 29 April 2019.

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