New Homes in Willenhall
Whether you’re visiting the town’s Locksmith House Museum, relaxing in Willenhall Memorial Park or enjoying the peaceful surrounds of Rough Wood Chase, you’ve also got Reedswood Park on the edge of town as well as Bentley Haye Local Nature Reserve. With plenty of natural draws to complement the area’s urban amenities, you can see our developments closest to Willenhall below.
Live the Willenhall life
From its superb location to local transport links and a great range of activities to keep you busy, there are plenty of good reasons to buy a new home in Willenhall. You can add one more positive when you take advantage our Part Exchange scheme, where we could remove the cost of estate agent fees and a whole lot of stress by acting as a guaranteed buyer for your existing home.
Things to see and do in Willenhall
Despite being a busy area in the heart of the West Midlands, there are still plenty of natural and open spaces to enjoy in nearby. They include Willenhall Memorial Park, where you can wander through the trees, look out over the pond and skatepark, as well as Reedswood Park to the east of town.
You can go for a relaxing walk through Bentley Haye Local Nature Reserve and cross the canal to continue on to Rough Wood Chase, Oily Goughs Local Nature Reserve and Sneyd Local Nature Reserve. And when you want to enjoy the bright lights of the city on an evening out, there are plenty of options to choose from.
If you have children to think of, there are some very good schools to choose from in Willenhall. New Invention’s Infant and Junior schools in the north of town are both rated as outstanding by Ofsted, while St Giles CofE is another good option close to the heart of town.
Willenhall falls within the catchment area of Moseley Park in Bilston, which is an outstanding secondary school according to the education board. The town’s St Thomas More Catholic School is classed as good by Ofsted, giving you another strong local option.
Willenhall transport links
If you frequently use public transport, Willenhall’s location will be a major draw for you, thanks to its proximity to the Bilston Central West Midlands Metro stop just to the south west of town. You can also use buses to get around the area, while the M5, M6 and M54 motorways all run quite close to town.
Hopping on the M6 is usually the quickest way to reach the centre of Birmingham, which is only around 20 minutes away by car. It’s just half that to Wolverhampton and Walsall, while West Bromwich and Dudley are only a 15-minute drive away.
The Willenhall property scene
House prices in Willenhall are significantly lower than in Birmingham, although the town’s property market has seen some strong growth in recent years. This means you could find an affordable house with good future prospects. Alternatively, you may want to invest in a modern 1 or 2 bedroom apartment close to the centre of Birmingham just off the A4540.
Or if you’re looking for more space, you could opt for a large 3 or 4 bed detached home just north of Willenhall in Burntwood. Whatever you choose, we want you to secure the best deal possible on your new home. So give one of our advisers a call today, and ask about the selection of offers available such as our Movemaker scheme or the Government’s Help to Buy.