Overton Manor lies off Shaws Lane on the western fringe of Eccleshall and within walking distance of this vibrant town’s amenities.
This stunning development comprises stylish two, three, four and five-bedroom homes which border beautiful open countryside. To the west, mile upon mile of Staffordshire’s gorgeous rolling rural landscape provides the perfect backdrop for a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
Shopping and entertainment
Nestling in the beautiful Sow valley, Eccleshall is an attractive and historic town which boasts a rich heritage and retains some fine Georgian architecture from its heyday as a coaching stop on the turnpike road from London to Chester.
Today, the town benefits from a host of everyday amenities. The vibrant High Street with its hotch-potch of historic buildings, including the striking Royal Oak inn, is home to a variety of shops and services. A popular farmer’s market takes up residency once a month and there’s also a great selection of pubs and restaurants and a library.
The much-loved Eccleshall Show draws the crowds every year, while a nine-day festival takes place every two years and culminates with an eclectic street market.
The town is home to more than 60 societies and sports clubs, including cricket, tennis, football, rugby, badminton and indoor bowls.
The bustling centres of Stafford and Newcastle-under-Lyme are each just a short drive away for a wider choice of shopping, leisure and entertainment opportunities.
Meanwhile, the tranquil Staffordshire countryside surrounding the town, and a little farther afield, the Welsh borders, offer wonderful opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors.
Families will appreciate the close proximity of Bishop Lonsdale Primary School, just a short walk away, while education for older children is provided in nearby Stone and Stafford.
For commuters, junction 14 of the M6 is within six miles of home, providing easy access to Birmingham, Stoke, Cheshire and the North West. Stafford and Stoke railway stations offer direct links to Birmingham, London and Manchester.