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market town

Chiefly Brit a town that holds a market, esp an agricultural centre in a rural area
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MARKET PREMIUM England's market towns command a PS24,000 premium for home buyers, a report has found.
DEMAND for homes in rural market towns in Mid Wales is outstripping supply for certain types of properties, according to one of the region's leading property estate agents.
Subject matter is the financing of the local sewer the market town Lustenau in 2014 in the amount of 4,000,000 EUR.
Actor Simon Callow says it is great news that a North Yorkshire market town has clubbed together to buy a rare edition of A Christmas Carol.
Buckinghamshire, near London, is the most expensive market town, with prices
Cowbridge has been a market town since Richard de Clare granted the town charter in 1254.
If that is the result of an edge-of-centre Tesco on a market town, what can we expect from an out-of-town Tesco on Holmfirth?
The latest Halifax Market Town Review shows that two-thirds (67%) of market towns have a higher average house price than the neighbouring towns in their county.
Bewdley and Stourport both scooped prizes in the West Midlands Market Town Awards after ploughing millions of pounds into the heart of their communities.
IF you're moving to get a healthier lifestyle, then head to a market town.