New homes in Gornal
Live the life
Situated in Dudley in the Black Country, Gornal is made up of three historic villages: Lower Gornal, Upper Gornal and Gornal Wood.
With Dudley and Birmingham close by, you can enjoy the peace of village life, while still having a lively city on your doorstep.
With good schools and great transport links, buying a new home in Gornal is an ideal choice.
Things to see and do
Gornal has a good selection of facilities for your everyday needs. A library, doctor’s surgery, launderette and vet are all on your doorstep.
Dudley can be reached in around 5 minutes by road, and here you’ll find plenty of shops, entertainment and attractions.
Dudley Zoo is great for a family day out. The 40-acre site features a number of endangered species and runs a conservation programme. The site is also home to an 11th century castle along with the world’s largest collection of Modernist Tecton structures, and the country’s only vintage chairlift.
The Black Country Living Museum is another great attraction. Spread across 26 acres of former industrial land, it tells the story of its development over 200 years. Experience a mine, step into workshops, take a trip on a tram and visit a canal-side village. There are also ever changing shows such as metalworking, glass-cutting and sweet-making.
A five minute walk from Dudley town centre will bring you to Priory Park. Ideal for rest and relaxation, it dates back to 1932 and features a pond and multi-use games area. It regularly holds events such as treasure hunts and pond dipping.
For a rainy day, Castlegate Way has entertainment for all the family including bowling, a cinema and restaurants. Dudley town centre has plenty of shops with the Churchill Shopping Centre featuring high street favourites. When evening falls, there are plenty of cafes, pubs and restaurants to enjoy.
Gornal has great transport links to many of the surrounding cities and towns. Birmingham can be reached in around 30 minutes via the M5 and M6 motorways.
Just six miles north of Gornal, Wolverhampton is even closer, as is Stourbridge, an additional large town a similar distance away to the south.
For those travelling by rail, the closest railway station is Coseley which is around a 10 minute drive away. From here you can get to Birmingham New Street in 20 minutes and Sandwell & Dudley in nine minutes. Once at Birmingham New Street you can get to destinations around the country.
The closest airport is Birmingham airport which takes around 45 minutes to reach.