Voted in the top 20% of places to stay in Scotland for quality of life, Moray offers affordable housing, great schools and beautiful scenery. There is a wide range of rental accommodation available, as well as various new housing developments being built across the region. These range from the perfect first-time property for young professionals to long-term family homes.
In addition, student accommodation is sometimes available through the University of the Highlands and Islands Moray College. From one or two-bedroom flats to family houses, there is something to suit everyone.
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Moray combines an assortment of traditional houses, steeped with character and history, with newly built modern homes. Some of the older houses date back to the Victorian era and the best examples of this style are found in the larger towns of Moray, such as Elgin and Forres. Their central location means they are often very close to shops and services, meaning you can step right into the local community. If your style is more contemporary, then the new builds will be perfect for you.
In recent years, Moray has seen a lot of new housing developments, offering the perfect first home for young professionals and families. From one or two bedroom flats to family houses, there is something for everyone.
Moray’s 35 miles of sandy beaches were voted in the top 12 most beautiful and unspoiled globally.
If you dream of living by the sea, Moray is a far more affordable option than coastal towns in the South of England. A blend of traditional and new build are all available in or next to the beautiful fishing villages along the stunning coastline. Findhorn, Lossiemouth and Cullen are particularly picturesque.