Reeds Rains Bedworth Local Area Guide

How is the Bedworth property market performing?

Reeds Rains for sale

Average property price in Bedworth

£215,449
+15.7%
Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Reeds Rains Bedworth covers.
Reeds Rains to let

Average rental price in Bedworth

£790
pcm
+15.2%
Last 12 months
+28.4%
Last 5 years
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Reeds Rains Bedworth in the last 12 months from today's date.

Bedworth is a small market town in the northern part of Warwickshire situated in the heart of England. The roots of the town are ancient and it is mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1086.

At various points in its history Bedworth was known for hat making, ribbon weaving and coal mining. Today the majority of Bedworth’s inhabitants work in Coventry and the surrounding towns, although a few traditional industries remain, especially engineering and haulage.

Bedworth has had excellent transport links for many years. Traditionally Bedworth used the extensive canal network to move coal and the other valuable products the town produced. Today, the canals are mainly used for leisure boating having become a popular and relaxing way to explore the beautiful county of Northern Warwickshire. However, Bedworth still has outstanding transport links, being close to Junction 3 of the M6 motorway and within easy reach of the A5.

Bedworth also has good rail links. Today there are mainline railway stations with direct links to London, Birmingham and the north of the country at both Coventry and Nuneaton, while Bedworth has its own railway station on the Coventry to Nuneaton line.

In addition to good local bus services there are regular bus services to and from Coventry, Nuneaton and Leicester.

Armistice Day - Every year Armistice Day, 11th of  November, is very well attended by the people of Bedworth, who gather in the town to watch the veterans' armistice parade that concludes with the laying of poppy wreaths at the war memorial, to pay their respects to those who fought and died in the armed forces.