Royston Resolutions - Family Play Options For 2022

18th January 2022 posted in LANDLORDS TENANTS

If one of your resolutions is to spend more time with the family in 2022, Royston is an excellent place to live. At Country Properties, we believe Royston is a great space for families to live, but you will find that there are plenty of spaces where the family can get out and about.

The following play spaces are great for families in Royston, ensuring you can have a brilliant time with your youngsters.

Betjeman Road

This is a small play area, featuring grass, and which includes swings and a climbing frame. There are trees which offer shade.

Browning Close

This play area has an all-weather surface and has a separate area for toddlers. For older children, there is a range of play equipment, including beams and balance boards.

Farrier Court

This is another play area with an all-weather surface, and it is more suited for younger children. With a see-saw, a climbing frame, a slide and lots of spots to climb, this is one of the more popular parks in the local area.

Ivy Lane

The presence of seats in the park makes this a popular choice for adults, but there are plenty of great activities for youngsters. With a climbing wall, a slide, a spinner, swings and a balance beam, you will be busy for hours!

Newmarket Road

This is a large space where ball games are encouraged, and there is a separate play space for youngsters. The toddler area has baby swings and a climbing frame, while for older children, there is a skateboard ramp.

Priory Memorial Gardens

In addition to being a place of remembrance, this park has a number of separate play parks. There is a space for younger children, and a space for more mature youngsters, including a swing seat and large slide.

Redwing Rise

This is a modest park with a tarmacked surface, and activities for a wide range of children’s ages.

Sassoon Drive

This is a relatively new park and provides balance ropes, a see-saw, a climbing frame, a rope walk and even a slide. It might be a small park, but there is a lot packed in.

Serby Avenue

The largest park in the local area, you will find a significant selection of equipment, including larger options. If you are looking for fitness equipment, a netball and basketball court and a zipwire, you will find it all here, and more! There is also a separate area for small children.

Studlands Rise

With a tennis court and a grass section for ball games, this is a popular play area that is a bit different from the norm. You will also find a fantastic selection of swings and activity frames aimed at younger children.

York Way

With an agility course, a basketball net and a baby play area, this is a varied space that is ideal for a large family.

How are house prices faring in Royston in 2022?

According to Rightmove, at the start of 2022, house prices in Royston are faring as follows;

Properties in Royston had an overall average price of £368,313 over the last year.

The majority of sales in Royston during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £382,506. Terraced properties sold for an average of £333,769, with detached properties fetching £560,220.

Overall, sold prices in Royston over the last year were similar to the previous year and 8% up on the 2018 peak of £342,309.”

With house prices in Royston being similar to last year, there is consistency in the market, but vendors should take note of the increase in house prices since 2018. Even though that was considered to be a peak time for property prices in Royston, home prices are higher these days, which might be all the incentive you need to consider selling your house.

If you are considering selling your Royston home, we are more than happy to connect you with willing buyers. We aim to offer as much support to the Royston community as we can in 2022, and we look forward to assisting you any way we can in the housing market.

2022 can be a year of improvement in Royston

We not only want to assist people in the Royston housing market, we want to make Royston as nice a place to live as we can. At Country Properties, we are fully committed to offering you the best standard of service, and we are also committed to supporting local communities, such as the one we adore in Royston.

For every instruction we receive in the New Year, we promise to plant trees.

There are many reasons why it is a great idea to plant five trees in town and city areas, including:

1.       A mature and leafy tree has the ability to provide enough oxygen for ten people

2.       Studies indicate trees help people feel more relaxed and at ease

3.       Trees are vital in capturing and storing carbon and carbon dioxide

4.       Trees collect a lot of air pollution and toxins

5.       Trees provide shade, and play a key role in cooling down towns

These are just a handful of the reasons we are committed to planting trees in and around Royston because we care about the local community.

In line with Government guidelines, our Royston branch is open and is staffed with sales and lettings personnel.  If you would like an accurate, no obligation, valuation of your property to sell or to let then please call us on 01763 245121 or email royston@country-properties.co.uk.