£174,995 - £252,995
2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
Old Church Road, Coventry, West Midlands
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More information about Weavers Wharf...Enjoy waterside living at Weavers Wharf
Weavers Wharf is a select development of two, three and four bedroom homes set in a delightful canal-side location.
- Seven styles of two, three and four bedroom homes
- Canal-side setting
- Close to Coventry city centre
- Convenient transport links
- Shopping and leisure facilities close-by
Weavers Wharf is part of a new community being created by Persimmon Homes in Little Heath. Located just three miles north-east of the centre of Coventry, it is set on the banks of the Coventry Canal. Close to the A444 and a short drive from junction 3 of the M6 motorway, Weavers Wharf is perfectly placed for commuting.
Coventry itself, which is famous for its striking cathedral, is a thriving 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.
At the centre of the ‘Foleshill' district, the name of this development is derived from the area's rich history, renowned for its various coal mines and weaving industry. Living in Little Heath means you'll have easy access into the city centre for employment opportunities, with the universities of Coventry and Warwick both listed as some of Coventry's top employers.Everything you need close to hand
Most of your shopping can be done at the nearby Arena Shopping Park, where you'll find a range of high street names, including a 24 hour Tesco Extra, Marks and Spencer, Boots and Next. Also close to Weavers Wharf is the Ricoh Arena, an award-winning multipurpose complex which includes a hotel and sports facilities.
For those who have a love of the outdoors, Weavers Whaft is only a short walk away from one of Coventry's largest outdoor spaces, Longford Park. Here outdoor adventurers can enjoy the extensive green space that surrounds them, with trees lining the picturesque river, a children's play area, running routes and wildlife areas.
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Arena Park Shopping Centre, a short walk from the development, offers a great selection of cafes and restaurants as well as popular high street retail shops.
Starting at the Coventry Canal Basin and stretching for 38 miles just past Lichfield, the Coventry Canal also has connections with Oxford, Ashby and Birmingham & Fazeley Canals. The towpath is accessed via a canal bridge on Old Church Road a short walk from the site.
Weavers Wharf is in an ideal location for young professionals as it enjoys easy access to all of the larger towns and cities nearby. The A444 offers direct access to the M6 motorway, providing great links to Birmingham, while the M1 motorway will lead commuters to various northern cities such as Leeds and Sheffield.
Little Heath is just a short walk from Coventry Arena train station which is due to open in 2016 and is also within easy reach of Coventry's main train station. Weavers Wharf has respectable public transport links into the centre of Coventry.
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