New Homes in Warwickshire
Live the life
Located in the Midlands, Warwickshire is a diverse county home to historic towns, ancient castles, annual festivals and country parks. From the university town of Warwick to Stratford-upon-Avon, Leamington Spa and Nuneaton, your new home in Warwickshire is within easy reach of town centre amenities, quiet rural areas and everything in between.
Things to see and do
Warwickshire is home to a number of historic attractions, including Warwick Castle, Brinklow Castle, Coombe Abbey and Kenilworth Castle. Stratford-upon-Avon is best known as the birthplace of William Shakespeare, while the town is also home to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, the MAD Museum and Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and Gardens.
If you love exploring the great outdoors, you can take a walk along Coventry Canal, explore Jephson Gardens or take the kids to Ryton Pools Country Park. If you enjoy an occasional round of golf, you can practice your swing at Brandon Wood Golf Course, Newbold Comyn Golf Course and the Warwickshire Golf and Country Club.
When you want to relax with a little retail therapy, you can go shopping at Warwickshire Shopping Park, Clock Towers Shopping Centre or Hatton Shopping Village. Annual events in the county include Stratford River Festival, Warwick Literary Festival and Warwick Folk Festival.
Other places of interest include Twycross Zoo, Stratford Butterfly Farm and Compton Verney.
If you’re moving to Warwickshire with school-age children, schools rated ‘outstanding’ include Coten End Primary School, Emscote Infant School, St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School, Finham Park School and Kenilworth School and Sixth Form. There are lots of independent schools in the county, including The Kingsley School, King’s High School and Warwick School.
For older children who want to study for a degree without venturing too far from home, the University of Warwick, Aston University and the University of Birmingham are all within commuting distance.
Getting to Warwickshire
Warwickshire is well-connected by road and rail, with motorways including the M6 and M40, and regular train services to London, Birmingham and beyond. From London, the journey to Warwick takes one hour 30 minutes by train, while the train journey from Birmingham takes just 30 minutes. If you’re driving from Coventry, the journey to Warwick takes just 15 minutes, ideal for commuters.
When it’s time to jet off on a well-earned holiday, Birmingham Airport is only a 25 minute drive from Warwick. You can also get a train to Birmingham International station, if you want to save yourself the hassle of airport parking and leave your car at home.