Derbyshire is a well-known county located in the East Midlands of England. The county is somewhat small; it possesses around 1 million people and is only 2,600 kilometers in total area. The county contains a number of national Forests, and borders Greater Manchester to the North West. The county is a non-metropolitan area that contains 30 towns, which range in population from 10,000 to 100,000 inhabitants.
In addition to the various towns, communities, and villages Derbyshire county also contains a large amount of sparsely populated agricultural land. All in all, it is said that over 75% of the population lives in only 25% of the area. As a result of this population density, the real estate market in Derbyshire is quite strong.
The property value or home price of Derbyshire property is highly dependent on the particular town or community in question. On average the typical home in Derbyshire County is highly expensive and regarded as a premiere location. Again, as a result of the population densities of the county's communities and villages, the homes in these particular regions are costly.
That being said, there are also 1 bedroom flats available in such areas, that commonly sell for under 100,000 Euros. The most luxurious neighborhoods in the county possess home prices well above 3 million Euros. These forms of Derbyshire property typically contain at least 6 bedrooms, beautiful gardens, a stable, and a separate complex.