Property for Sale
Wonderful Weymouth is pleased to include these desirable properties for sale.
The desirable Wyke Castle is now for Sale. Find out more about this Historic property that is now available on the market.
4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale
Why Live in Weymouth?
We have had plenty to say here about why you should visit and rent in Weymouth, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t also talk about what a wonderful place Weymouth is to live. If you’ve been scouring Zoopla and other property websites trying to find that dream home to give you a reason to move to Weymouth, read on for more information that could help you decide whether Weymouth’s for you.
House prices in Weymouth are very reasonable considering the quality of their builds and the other benefits of living in the area. The average price of a one bed flat is £136,000, making them accessible to young professionals or entrepreneurs. A two bed house will set you back very little more, priced at an average of just £165,500. By contrast, three bed flats tend to be priced higher than three bed houses, at £253,200 and £227,000 respectively. The average property price in Weymouth is £216,080.
There are 13 primary schools in Weymouth, two mixed age schools, and three secondary schools, mixed between denominational and non-denominational. Beechcroft St Pauls Primary School, Holy Trinity Primary School, Portesham Primary School, St Andrew’s Voluntary Aided School, St John’s Primary School, St Nicholas and St Laurence Primary School, and Wyke Regis Primary School are all Church of England schools and St Augustine’s serves the Catholic community. Wyvern School is a specialist learning for children with learning difficulties, which takes around 90 pupils while Westfield Arts College provides a more targeted learning environment for all children, from intake to sixth form. The area’s remaining six primary schools are all non-denominational schools. Of the area’s three secondary schools, only one has a religious affiliation – All Saints’ Church of England School. The other two, Budmouth College and Wey Valley School, are unaffiliated. All schools have a minimum of a 70% pass rate for English and Maths, while at least 80% of pupils at the area’s high schools attain grades of A-C.
Crime rates in Weymouth are very low, at 12.0 burglaries per 1,000 households, making it lower than the rest of England and Wales’ average of 13.5 per 1,000.
Unemployment in Weymouth is also low, at 4.3% most of the year and dipping to only 2% in the summer months when the town receives an influx of tourism. The UK average is 5.3%.
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