New Homes in Stoke

Stoke-on-Trent may be in the north of Staffordshire, but it’s the county’s beating heart nonetheless. Next door to Newcastle-under-Lyme, new homes in Stoke offer a great location within the West Midlands. Fifteen miles north of Stafford, the city is a similar distance from Crewe and also within striking distance of an array of other major cities. 

Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester are all around an hour’s drive away, which could be a real selling point of this area. Even if it’s not, this is a vibrant place to live with lots going on. You can discover more about the city below, and browse our latest new properties near Stoke too. 


Alexander Gate

Alexander Gate

Waterloo Road, Hanley, STOKE-ON-TRENT, CITY OF STOKE-ON-TRENT, ST1 5EH

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £140,000 to £245,000
Lloyd Mews

Lloyd Mews

Dunnocksfold Road, Alsager, STOKE-ON-TRENT, CHESHIRE, ST7 2TJ

Emberton Grange

Emberton Grange

Hassall Road, Alsager, STOKE-ON-TRENT, CHESHIRE, ST7 2HP

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £215,995 to £326,995
Needham's Grange

Needham's Grange

Crewe Road, Shavington, CREWE, CHESHIRE, CW2 5AH

Somerford Reach

Somerford Reach

Black Firs Lane, Somerford, CONGLETON, CHESHIRE, CW12 4QQ

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £164,500 to £370,000
J One Seven

J One Seven

Old Mill Road, Sandbach, SANDBACH, CHESHIRE, CW11 4AD

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £238,495 to £247,995
Silk Waters Green

Silk Waters Green

Moss Lane, Macclesfield, MACCLESFIELD, CHESHIRE, SK11 7XE

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • From £399,995
High Peak Meadow

High Peak Meadow

Burlow Road, Buxton, BUXTON, DERBYSHIRE, SK17 9PP

  • 3 bedroom homes
  • From £224,995
Heathfield Nook

Heathfield Nook

Burlow Road, Buxton, BUXTON, DERBYSHIRE, SK17 9HT

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £210,995 to £335,995
Deer's Rise

Deer's Rise

Pye Green Road, Hednesford, CANNOCK, STAFFORDSHIRE, WS12 4LW

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £227,995 to £343,995
Dane View

Dane View

Shipbrook Road, Rudheath, NORTHWICH, CHESHIRE, CW9 7HF

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • £331,995 to £385,995
Imperial Park II

Imperial Park II

Rosemary Drive, Winnington Village, NORTHWICH, CHESHIRE, CW8 4BF

Midshires Meadow
Coming soon

Midshires Meadow

Linglongs Road, Whaley Bridge, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE, SK23 7DS

  • Coming soon
Holly Blue Meadows

Holly Blue Meadows

Ruston Road, Burntwood, BURNTWOOD, STAFFORDSHIRE, WS7 3RU

  • 2 and 3 bedroom homes
  • £196,995 to £286,995
Rose Meadow

Rose Meadow

West Centre Way, Telford, TELFORD, TELFORD AND WREKIN, TF3 5HT

  • 2 and 3 bedroom homes
  • £172,995 to £199,995
Barratt Homes @Mickleover

Barratt Homes @Mickleover

Etwall Road, Mickleover, DERBY, DERBYSHIRE, DE3 0BY

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £268,995 to £310,995
Saviours Place

Saviours Place

Stretton Road, Stretton, WARRINGTON, WA4 4NT

Kings Quarter

Kings Quarter

Parkstone Drive, off Pewterspear Green Road, Stretton, WARRINGTON, WA4 5FR

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £234,395 to £417,995

Live the Life

Located in North Staffordshire and close to the M6, Stoke on Trent is a vibrant city with a rich industrial heritage, which inspired its nickname ‘The Potteries’. Stoke is a diverse place to live, with something for the whole family to enjoy, from first-rate shopping to open parkland, museums and sports facilities.

Things to see and do

At The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery you can find out more about the ceramics industry in Staffordshire through the ages, while other museums in the city include Etruria Industrial Museum and Gladstone Pottery Museum.

In the city centre you’ll find the historic Stoke Minster, along with high street shopping, cafes and restaurants. Intu Potteries and Trentham Shopping Village are purpose-built shopping malls, while Regent Theatre and the New Vic Theatre provide evening entertainment with shows spanning drama, comedy, music and dance.

Stoke is a surprisingly green city, with lots of parks including Turnhurst Jubilee Wood, Berryhill Fields, Fenton Park, Park Hall Country Park and Westport Lake. If you’ve got children this is a big positive, providing plenty of choice for gentle afternoon walks and summertime play spaces.

If you enjoy taking part in sports, there are lots of good facilities in the city including Stoke Ski Centre, Kilnworx Climbing Centre and Waterworld Stoke. If you prefer spectating, you can see Stoke City F.C play their home football matches at the Britannia Stadium.

Family-friendly attractions near to Stoke include Trentham Gardens and Monkey Forest, Chatterley Whitfield Heritage Country Park, and Alton Towers theme park, which is also home to the popular CBeebies Land.

Education

If you’re moving to Stoke with children, it’s good to know that there are lots of excellent schools in the city. Outstanding schools as rated by Ofsted include St Mary’s Catholic Academy, St Peter’s Catholic Primary School, St Wilfrid’s Catholic Primary School, St Mary’s CofE VA Primary School and St Joseph’s College.

Independent schools in Stoke include North Road Academy, Unity School, Phoenix U16, Sporting Stars Academy and Park Avenue Girls’ High School. For higher education, Stoke is home to the main campus of Staffordshire University.

Getting to Stoke

Situated close to junction 15 and 16 of the M6, Stoke is well connected to the rest of the country by road. The train station is on the West Coast Mainline, with regular services to places including London, Birmingham and Manchester. There are also lots of cycle routes throughout the city.

For commuters it’s easy to get to and from Stoke. Birmingham is around 45 minutes away from the city by either car or train, while Manchester is a one hour drive north, or 45 minutes away by train. To get to and from London, the Virgin Trains service takes just one hour 35 minutes, while the car journey takes much longer at around two hours 45 minutes.

If you’re going on holiday or travelling abroad for business, Manchester Airport, East Midlands Airport and Birmingham Airport are all within easy reach of Stoke, so there will be plenty of flying options no matter what your destination.