£137,500 - £244,950
2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
Shelton New Road, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
More information about Mintons Wood...Make yourself at home in The Potteries
Appealing to first-time buyers through to growing families and downsizers, Mintons Wood is a new collection of two, three and four bedroom homes in the popular city of Stoke-on-Trent.
- Fantastic transport links by road and rail
- An excellent choice of local schooling
- Plenty of attractions in Stoke-on-Trent
- A range of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
- Numerous leisure facilities and local amenities
Famous for pottery and with a rich industrial history, living in Stoke-on-Trent means you'll always have plenty to do. Affectionately known as ‘The Potteries' it's no surprise that there's an array of visitor attractions, including award-winning museums, authentic factory tours and over 25 pottery factory shops.Enjoy family days out
Less than 5 miles from Mintons Wood is Trentham Gardens providing a fantastic family day out. The beautiful estate boasts a stunning circular lake walk; woodlands; a fairy trail; and adventure playground, where the little ones can tackle an assault course, explore the ‘hide and speak' maze, or take a leap on the zip wire. Also at the Trentham Estate is the brilliant Monkey Forest, where you can actually walk amongst 160 monkeys, and the Trentham Shopping Village, which is home to 60 shops, restaurants and cafes.
In terms of leisure facilities, Mintons Wood is only two miles from Etruria, a suburb of Stoke-on-Trent that features various shopping outlets; an ODEON cinema; bowling; a lakeside Toby Carvery; and Waterworld – the UK's number one indoor tropical aqua park.Plenty of amenities nearby
For local amenities, the nearest shopping centre can be found in the established old town centre of Newcastle-under-Lyme, which is only 1.5 miles away. There are also a number of large supermarkets nearby for day-to-day grocery shopping. Convenience stores such as Co-op and Tesco express are located off Hartshill Road.
Families will be pleased to know that Mintons Wood offers an excellent range of schools within walking distance. There's Harpfield Primary School (0.2 miles), St Thomas Catholic Primary School (0.7 miles) or The Willows Primary School (1.2 miles). For independent schooling, Newcastle-under-Lyme School is less than a 10-minute walk away and offers education from nursery to sixth form. Other secondary schools include Wolstanton High School and Thistley Hough Academy, both less than two miles away.
Mintons Wood is proud to offer a wide variety of homes to suit all budgets and circumstances, and we look forward to helping you choose your new home soon.
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The nearest shopping centre is found in the established old town centre of Newcastle-under-Lyme, which is only 1.5 miles away from the site. There are a number of large supermarkets nearby for the day-to-day necessities.
You are only 2 miles from Hanley shopping centre, known know as Intu Potteries Shopping Centre. Convenience stores are also located off Hartshill Road, such as the Co-op and Tesco express.
Stoke-on-Trent has a wealth of leisure facilities and sporting clubs such as football, rugby and hockey. The site is only 2 miles from Etruria Village which features various shopping outlets, it also hosts Waterworld swimming pool and activity centre.
Mintons Wood boasts fantastic commuter links. Stoke-on-Trent is less than an hour from Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham, and an hour and a half from London Euston by rail. Stoke-on-Trent railway station is less than 2 miles from Mintons Wood and on the Stafford to Manchester branch of the West Coast Main Line.
The A500 D road gives excellent access to the M6 motorway to the North at J16, or South at J15. Bus routes to the centre of Newcastle or Hanley are also accessed off New Shelton Road.
Approximate travel distance by car to:
Newcastle-under-Lyme: 1.5 miles
Etruria: 1.7 miles
Stoke-on-Trent railway station: 1.8 miles
Hanley: 2.1 miles
Crewe: 13.8 miles
Stafford: 18.0 miles
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