The English county of Cumbria has much to recommend it as a place to live. It is, for example, England’s second most sparsely-populated county and predominantly rural, which helps to make it a very pleasant place to live for people who value quiet and solitude. However, there is much more to Cumbria’s appeal than this, which begins to explain why many people can make high market values cash sales of properties in Cumbria – with, we should add, some help from QuickBuyers!
An area of outstanding natural beauty
Cumbria is, quite possibly, the Monica Bellucci of English counties. What are we trying to say? Basically, that it’s very good-looking. It’s also largely natural… well, not that we’re suggesting that the lovely Ms Bellucci has “had some work done”, so to speak… but we digress. Cumbria contains the Lake District and Lake District National Park, which has long been considered one of England’s most naturally beautiful areas. Indeed, it has inspired many artists, musicians and writers, including the ‘Lake Poets’, including Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth – making Cumbria an especially exciting place for many literary types to live in. And then there are the many mountains of Cumbria; in fact, the county contains every peak in England that is over 900 metres above sea level, including Scafell Pike, which, at 978 metres, is England’s highest point.
There’s a surprisingly large number of city-like attractions, too
Though probably the greatest appeal of Cumbria is in its quiet and natural beauty, this does not mean that the county is completely bereft of the kind of attractions that can often be enjoyed in major cities. This begins to explain another reason why many people can make high market values cash sales of Cumbria properties thanks largely to QuickBuyers. For example, the county’s only city, Carlisle, includes live entertainment venues including the Sands Centre Sports Hall, which has sometimes hosted touring musicians, theatre and comedians, and the Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, which includes exhibits retelling the history of Roman occupancy of the region.
There’s also plenty to intrigue history buffs
Cumbria’s lengthy history of close proximity to Scotland during times when England and Scotland were separate countries and frequently at war has left it with many fascinating historical monuments. These include Carlisle Cathedral, Sizergh Castle, Muncaster Castle, Carlisle Castle and Cartmel Priory; all of these attractions appear in the list collated by Cumbria Tourism of the twenty most visited attractions in Cumbria in 2009.
How QuickBuyers can assist many people in selling houses
All of these are great things about Cumbria and help to explain why many people can make high market values cash sales of Cumbria properties. However, people wishing to make high market values cash sales of Cumbria properties are especially likely to do so – and do so especially quickly – with help from QuickBuyers. The company can offer each of its Cumbria customers a cash offer for their house within 24 hours and finish purchasing their house within 15 days of valuing it.