Bannerbrook Park in Coventry by Persimmon Homes
Coventry, West Midlands, CV4 9WB
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2 bedroom apartments and 3 bedroom houses
£120,000 - £280,000
Bannerbrook Park is a new collection of two and three-bedroom houses and two-bedroom apartments, perfectly located just a stone’s throw away from Coventry city centre with its designer shops, cafés and restaurants. This is a great place to set up home if you want to make the most of all the opportunities of city life.
The development is to the north west of the city centre so it’s also ideal for commuting to Birmingham, Solihull, and Redditch. You’ll be conveniently close to the A45 and A452 for connections to the M42, the M40, the National Exhibition Centre, and Birmingham Airport. If you want a change from city life, and a lovely day out, head south into Warwickshire where the historic town of Kenilworth and the Regency town of Royal Leamington Spa are within easy reach. Stratford upon Avon is just a little further afield, en route to the glorious Cotswolds.
The Arena Park shopping centre is just over 7 miles from Bannerbrook Park, where you’ll find a range of high street names, including a very convenient 24 hour Tesco Extra. Also close to the development is the Ricoh Arena, an award-winning multi-purpose complex which offers state-of-the-art conference, banqueting, exhibition, hotel and sports facilities.
Coventry itself, which is famous for its striking cathedral, is a cosmopolitan city, with a wide range of pubs, wine bars and restaurants. The Belgrade Theatre with an 850-seat auditorium, the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum and the G-Casino are all popular leisure destinations.
Coventry is one of the most accessible locations in the UK. Situated right at the heart of the country, you can easily access the city either by car, bus, coach, plane or train. Just one hour from central London by train and 20 minutes from Birmingham, Coventry is superbly linked to all the major towns and cities across the country.
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