£235,000 - £275,000
3 and 4 bedroom properties
Lawley Village, Telford, Shropshire
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Located just three miles from the vibrant town of Telford, Eastfield is part of an exciting community being developed at Lawley Village. Our collection of three and four bedroom homes have been created using stylish designs and spacious interiors.
And with great commuter links to Wolverhampton, Birmingham and beyond, Eastfield really is a wonderful place for you and your family to call home.
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Telford is a vibrant town with an abundance of retail outlets, fantastic eating establishments and sophisticated wine bars. It is also benefiting from a £250 million regeneration plan for the town centre which includes the pedestrianisation of the road surrounding the shopping centre and the creation of additional cafes, bars and shops adding to the feel of a true heart to the town centre.If you fancy something more than a stroll in the countryside, there are plenty of leisure activities to take advantage of in Telford. From ice skating, skiing, swimming, a ten-screen cinema, concert venue, Oakengates Theatre, Telford Town Park and Steam Railway and the Racquet Centre which hosts many prestigious sporting events – there really is something for everyone.The area has excellent commuter links to the M54 motorway, providing easy access to Birmingham and the surrounding cities. From Telford's main railway station, there are regular links to Birmingham and London.
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