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About the area
With charm and character in abundance, it’s easy to see why new property in Stratford-upon-Avon is so popular with homebuyers. Nestled on the banks of the meandering River Avon, any walk through the town is likely to take in traditional shop fronts, quaint tearooms, antique stores, historic monuments and timber-fronted Tudor homes.
And as the birthplace of William Shakespeare, these new houses Stratford-upon-Avon are surrounded by some of England’s most culturally significant places.
But Taylor Wimpey’s new development of houses for sale in Stratford-upon-Avon is not trapped in time and you will find all the conveniences of modern life in its bustling centre, with a wealth of leisure and entertainment opportunities just waiting to be enjoyed, including an abundance of quality bars and restaurants ranging from old-fashioned coaching inns to trendy brasseries, while the regeneration of Cox’s Marina has brought excellent entertainment opportunities for couples and families to the riverside. The internationally acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Theatre complex recently benefited from £100 million refurbishment and features a wide program of plays and events.
Commuters will appreciate these new homes in Stratford-upon-Avon’s proximity to the A46, which provides easy access to Coventry, Leamington and the M40 for road links to Birmingham and London. Regular direct rail services operate from Stratford station to London Marylebone and Birmingham Snow Hill, while Birmingham International Airport is a little over 25 miles away.
Excellent transport links put a wide range of family attractions within easy reach of the new build homes in Stratford-upon-Avon, including Blenheim Palace, the Cotswolds, Worcester, the Malverns and Warwick Castle.