Wellington Place, Fradley
4 bedroom properties
Hay End Lane, Lichfield, Staffordshire
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About the Development
Just forty minutes from Birmingham by train, and an hour and twenty minutes from London, Lichfield couldn’t be better placed for both work and leisure. Set just three miles to the north east, Fradley enjoys all of the benefits of the famous cathedral city, while still enjoying a country location close to the canal.
Wellington Place features three and four bedroom homes from Redrow’s Heritage Collection. These also blend the best of both worlds, combining traditional architecture with modern, family friendly interiors. Book an appointment now and be the first to know the news as this development takes shape. Remember, you only need 5% deposit with Help to Buy to secure one of these sought after homes near Lichfield.
AmenitiesThere is a local Co-Op convenience store in Fradley for day to day groceries, with Lichfield home to a number of big name supermarkets including Morrisons and Waitrose.
For GPs, register with Alrewas Surgery (Sat Nav DE13 7AS, call 0845 474 4184) or for dentists try Guys Dental Practice (Sat Nav WS13 6DZ, call 0845 474 4184) or one of the many other Lichfield dental practices.
DiningThere are several options for dining locally, including the Fradley Arms, with its Wacky Warehouse funzone, The Swan Inn by the canalside and Bilash Bangladeshi restaurant at the Sterling Centre. The Crown Inn and Delhi Divan in Alrewas are also close by.
Lichfield has a wide selection of cafes and restaurants to suit every taste and budget, with Eastern Eye, The Olive Tree, Lal Bagh and Thai Rainbow all highly recommended.
EducationFradley is home to St Stephen’s Primary, which rated ‘good’ on its last Ofsted inspection. The ‘good’ rated All Saints Primary in Alrewas is also within easy reach.
Older pupils will need to make the journey into Lichfield, where there is a choice of senior schools, all rated ‘good’, including King Edward VI, Nether Stowe School (a specialist mathematics and computing college) and The Friary School. There are regular busses running through Fradley to all the Lichfield schools.
The famous Lichfield Cathedral School can trace its heritage back to the 14th century, and still offers an excellent standard of independent education to this day.
LeisureFradley is the junction of the Trent & Mersey and Coventry canals, and you can happily while away the afternoon watching the narrowboats negotiate the locks from Fradley Canalside Café. Fradley also has a brand new Village Hall, which is home to a wide range of activities and entertainment. For something different right on your doorstep, try a few laps of Fradley Karting, where you’ll find two tracks to choose from, or head for a more peaceful day out at the National Memorial Arboretum in nearby Alrewas.
Lichfield is home to the Friary Grange Leisure Centre, as well as Lichfield Golf and Country Club. For live entertainment, you’ll find a great range of shows at the Garrick Theatre, or you can step back in time with a visit to at Lichfield Cathedral, which dates back to 1200. For the latest movie releases, head along the A38 to the Red Carpet Cinema, or head to Tamworth for the multi-screen Odeon.
ShoppingLichfield offers a choice of shopping, with the Three Spires Shopping Centre in the retail heart of the town, and Lichfield Retail Park on the eastern edge of the city. To the south of Lichfield, you can shop amongst ancient barns for artisan foods, crafts and clothing at the Heart of the Country Shopping Village.
Just a short train ride away, Birmingham is a shopaholic’s paradise, with the famous Bull Ring at the centre of an extensive shopping experience featuring all your favourite brands and stores.
TransportFradley lies just off the A38 Lichfield to Burton upon Trent road, with Lichfield just 3miles and Burton 10miles. Tamworth is 10miles and Birmingham City Centre is around 20miles. The M6(toll) is just a short drive from the development, giving access to the extensive Midlands motorway network.
Lichfield Trent Valley station is just 3 miles from the development, and is a junction of the West Coast Mainline between Scotland and London, and the cross city line that runs through Birmingham. Commuter trains run into the city in just 40mins, with regular rush hour services, while direct trains to London take as little as 1hr 40mins.
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