Surrounded by rolling Shropshire countryside views, Scarlett Oaks benefits from being just a short walk from the charming and picturesque town centre of Shifnal, which contains a central Conservation Area boasting handsome Georgian architecture.
As well as nature and architecture, the town offers a vibrant choice for shopping, with options for both chain and independent stores. Additionally, there is an exquisite collection of dining and food options such as cafes, pubs and restaurants, from artisan coffee shops to wine bars, cuisine from around the world and even fine dining.
For day-to-day living, Shifnal offers a supermarket, medical centre, dental practice and library, while a busy calendar of events enhances the town’s thriving community feel. Sports-enthusiasts will appreciate Idsall Sports Centre which contains a sports hall, gym and fitness suite as well as football pitches, a floodlit all-weather pitch and eight floodlit tennis courts, which is located in Shifnal.
For a ‘staycation’ or family Sunday roast, the elegant four star Park House Hotel is just a short walk from the new homes. Keen golfers will appreciate that Shifnal Golf Club, with its Regency-style clubhouse, is one of the best golf courses in the county, and was the venue for the PGA Midland Championships 2015, is also situated close-by to the development.
Telford, located just four miles from Scarlett Oaks, also has an abundance of shopping, leisure and entertainment facilities. With more than 160 retail stores, the Oakengates Theatre, Telford Ice Rink and Telford Snowboard and Ski Centre, visitors are spoilt for choice.
Scarlett Oaks is well situated for easy access to well-regarded schools for
children of all ages.
St Andrew’s CE Primary School is located very close to the new homes, off
Park Lane, and was rated ‘good’ at its most recent Ofsted inspection, as
were Shifnal Primary School and Idsall School for secondary-age students.
Shifnal railway station is just over half a mile from Scarlett Oaks, so is ideal
for commuters looking to take advantage of regular, direct services to
Birmingham New Street, Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury.
Meanwhile, Junction 4 of the M54 is just two miles away for access to Telford
and Shrewsbury, while Junction 3 is four miles from home for quick links east
to Birmingham and the wider motorway network.