5. Stone

The market town of Stone is located in Staffordshire which is only 15 miles from Rugeley, 7 miles from Stoke-on-Trent and 7 miles from Stafford. It is now a part of the Borough of Stafford but before 1974 it was an urban district council. Interestingly this town continues to grow because in only 20 years there was an increase of approximately 4000 people as far as residents is concerned. The name of this town means exactly what it says because it comes from an old English word stan which translates as Stone. Properties in Staffordshire can be purchased for approximately £70,000.

4. Stafford

This market town can be found in Staffordshire which is in the West Midlands region. It is very close to places such as Birmingham, Stoke-on-Trent and Wolverhampton. Approximately 70,000 people are living in Stafford. This town has a long history going back to about AD 700. It was founded by Bertelin which was a Mercian prince. A notable attraction in the region is Stafford Castle which has been constructed by the Normans in the year 1090 first out of wood and later built with stone. This structure has been rebuilt twice throughout history. Properties can cost as much as £55,000 if you want to sell your home quickly.

3. Blythe Bridge

The village of Blythe Bridge is located in Staffordshire and it is lying south-east of Stoke-on-Trent. There is a river in the region with the name of River Blithe which is for some reason spelt differently than the name of the village. The town has a public house, library and school. There is also a bakery, fast-food outlets, hairdressers, GP surgery, motor garage, newsagents, mortgage shop and bakery. Residents of the town also has access to Train services which has been in operation since1848. Properties in this town will cost £53,000.

2. Stoke-on-Trent

In central England you will find that city of Stoke-on-Trent which has become well known because of its pottery industry. This is why there is also the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery which has exhibitions that includes various decorative arts, locally made ceramics and other attractions. An old Victorian factory has been turned into the Gladstone Pottery Museum. Other notable tourism attractions are the Trentham Estate where there is a forest with monkeys and also landscaped Italian gardens. There is also the Heritage Canoe Trail which stretches between Froghall Wharf and Westport Lake. People can expect to pay approximately £20,000 for properties in this city for a fast property sale.

1. Newcastle-under-Lyme

The market town of Newcastle-under-Lyme is located in Staffordshire and it has a population of 80,000 people. It has a strong commercial center. The name has come from a new castle which was constructed in the 12th century. As far as the second part of the name is concerned it can possibly refer to the Lyme Brook but it could also refer to the Forest of Lyme which has been in existence since the Middle Ages. There is no mention in the Domesday Book of 1086 of a place such as Newcastle. This is because Newcastle only developed in the 12th-century around a castle. Properties will cost as much as £15,000.