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Salisbury is the only city in the county of Wiltshire, with a population of approximately 40,000 people. Famed for its 13th century cathedral that boasts not only the highest spire in Britain, but also one of only four copies of the Magna Carta. The beautiful architecture of this medieval city is matched only by the UNESCO World Heritage site that sits on its doorstep: Stonehenge.

Getting In & Out

Salisbury has excellent public transport links with daily buses connecting it with Stonehenge, Bournemouth, Southampton and Andover. It also lies on both the Wessex and West of England mainline that connect Bristol and Southampton, and London and Exeter respectively.

The Housing Market

Salisbury has, like other urban areas in the region, seen relatively positive average house price growth when compared with the South-West as a whole; which has performed poorly. It is however getting ever closer to the pre-crash peaks of 2007 and this will undoubtedly be boosted by its inclusion in Lonely Planets “top 10 cities to visit in 2015”.