New Homes in Tamworth
Whether you’re spending relaxing days at Kingsbury Water Park, honing your skills at the indoor ski centre or visiting Drayton Manor Theme Park, you can also drive north to the Peak District in under an hour. To see our latest developments near Tamworth, begin your search below
Live the Tamworth life
Whether you’re drawn to this area by its transport connections or the connection you can enjoy with nature, you can look forward to an excellent way of life in Tamworth. So read on for more information about the local area, and head over to our to find out if you could benefit from an arrangement like our scheme when you buy a new home with us.
Things to see and do in Tamworth
Tamworth’s town centre is a pleasant place to spend your time. There’s a bustling street market to explore, as well as historic landmarks such as the local castle. You can have a lot of fun at the bowling alley or indoor ski slope on the edge of town, not to mention on the rides and rollercoasters of Drayton Manor Theme Park less than two miles from the centre of Tamworth.
Tameside Local Nature Reserve is only a short stroll from the heart of town too, while you can head further away from the centre to explore open spaces like Kingsbury Water Park and Pine Pool. From historic sites like Alvecote Priory to Wigginton Park and Pooley Country Park, Kettlebrook Nature Reserve is another must-visit in the local area.
The local secondary school, Landau Forte Academy, is rated as good by Ofsted and offers education up to the age of 18 at its sixth form college across the street. If your kids are a bit younger, the most central primary school is Moorgate Primary Academy. It’s also good in Ofsted’s book, along with Coton Green Primary and William MacGregor Primary. Thomas Barnes Primary and Glascote Academy are further away from the town centre, but ranked as outstanding by the education board.
Tamworth transport links
The local council promotes sustainable forms of transport and has published comprehensive cycling maps of the region on its website. Tamworth is well connected if you have a car though, thanks to its proximity to the M42 and M6 motorways, while Birmingham Airport is 20 minutes away in the car. Services from the town’s train station off the A513 to the airport take half an hour, while it’s only 15 minutes into Birmingham itself. You can also get to London in around an hour.
The Tamworth property scene
House prices in Tamworth are similar to the national average, with the area seeing some strong growth in recent years. Whether you’re looking for a 1 bedroom apartment or a family semi or detached home, this shows the town is great for investing.You can also find new build homes just off Meadow Road in the Bitterscote part of town, including 3 and 4 bed semis and detached houses close to the River Tame. So give us a call now to discuss your planned move, and don’t forget to ask your adviser about offers like our scheme.