New Homes in Wolverhampton
Despite rising to prominence during the Industrial Revolution, the city retains plenty of green spaces in and around town. They include West Park, Wightwick Manor and Baggeridge Country Park, while the 50-hectare Smestow Valley reserve offers great trails for bike rides, walks and bird watching. You can explore and learn more about our latest developments near Wolverhampton below.
Live the Wolverhampton life
With plenty of city centre attractions and a handy location within the West Midlands, there are lots of reasons to buy a house in Wolverhampton. And don’t forget to take advantage of offers such as the Help to Buy scheme, which allows you to place a deposit of as little as 5%.
Things to see and do in Wolverhampton
The city centre is full of cultural draws such as Wolverhampton Art Gallery, St Peter’s Collegiate Church and the Wolves Museum, dedicated to the city’s football team. The Royal Air Force Museum and Wednesbury Museum and Art Gallery meanwhile are just outside the centre.
There are many natural spots to enjoy in the area, including Baggeridge Country Park, the Gailey Reservoirs and Rough Woods, as well as parks such as Willenhall Memorial Park, East Park and West Park. Go walking along Dudley Canal, cycle through Smestow Valley Local Nature Reserve and admire the views from Beacon Hill. Don’t miss grand old manors like Moseley Old Hall and the National Trust’s Wightwick Manor either.
Having good schools nearby is a must for many buyers, so you’ll be pleased to know that Hill Avenue Academy in the Lanesfield catchment area just south of the city centre is an outstanding primary option, according to Ofsted. If you’re in Bilston to the east then Manor Primary School is ranked just as highly, while Whitgreave Primary in Low Hill to the north is also outstanding.
If you’re on the lookout for secondary schools then Wolverhampton Girls’ High School ranks as one of the best options in the Black Country. It’s outstanding in Ofsted’s books, and one level above Highfields School and St Peter’s Collegiate CofE which are both rated as good by the education board.
Wolverhampton transport links
Wolverhampton’s St George’s West Midlands Metro tram stop gives you quick and easy access as it stretches east towards Birmingham, 13 miles away. With buses and trains and Birmingham Airport half an hour away by road or rail, Wolverhampton also provides you with excellent access to the M6 and M54 motorways.
The Wolverhampton property scene
The Midlands has enjoyed rising property prices in recent years, and Wolverhampton is one of the more popular areas within the region, seeing prices rise higher than the UK average.
Whether you want to buy a city centre apartment or a larger family home in an area like Cannock or Burntwood just out of town, don’t miss offers such as our stress-free Part Exchange and money-saving Movemaker schemes.
Help to Buy Wolverhampton
In Wolverhampton you can take advantage of Help to Buy West Midlands if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy West Midlands page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.