When you look out of your window, what do you see?

Whilst you can dip into savings, or use credit cards, there are alternative ways to fund your home renovations.

Are you able to pop into your garden for a breath of fresh air?

With so many of us now working from home (WFH), it’s lead to us re-evaluating what we want from our homes, and for some, that may mean a move to the country.

In fact, did you know that one in eight households (12%) in Great Britain has no access to a private or shared garden? Maybe you’re in this percentage and are looking for a change?

But where is the best rural location to move to?

Compare My Move has ranked over 70 popular rural towns and villages in England and Wales, based on factors such as average house price, median salary, hours of sunlight, rainfall, download speed and number of restaurants.

Here are their top five:

  1. Guildford, Surrey
  2. St Albans, Hertfordshire
  3. Shere, Surrey
  4. Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire
  5. Wallingford, Oxfordshire

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