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Located just a short distance from both Stafford and Uttoxeter, this exciting development offers modern living in a peaceful, well-connected setting.
Blenheim Manor’s carefully designed layout sees the new homes, traditional in style, arranged around a large public open space with play area.
Shopping and entertainment
Stafford is the closest town, less than eight miles away and offering an extensive selection of amenities. Shopping facilities here include The Guildhall Shopping Centre and Queens Shopping Park.
There are restaurants, pubs, bars, cinemas and entertainments venues catering to every taste. Stafford Gatehouse Theatre is the town’s main entertainment venue, and Staffordshire County showground, just outside the town, stages national as well as local events.
Leisure and days out
Alton Towers is just half an hour away from the Blenheim Manor development while Drayton Manor theme park is 45 minutes away.
For a quieter day out, Cannock Chase, an officially-designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, begins just a couple of miles south of the village, and offers a plethora of attractive walks and cycle trails.
Also close by are the award-winning Trentham Gardens, which incorporate Trentham Monkey Forest, where visitors can walk amongst the monkeys, the National Trust-owned Shugborough Hall, and the racecourse at Uttoxeter.
The 14th century Stafford Castle is worth a visit, and Stoke-on-Trent’s attractions include the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery and the working Gladstone Pottery Museum.
Parents will appreciate that there’s a choice of well-regarded schools located close by, including the village’s own St Peter’s C of E Primary School and local secondary schools like St Bede’s School and the Weston Road Academy.
Staffordshire’s further education establishments range from Stafford College in nearby Stafford, to Staffordshire University and Keele University, both also within easy reach of Blenheim Manor.
Blenheim Manor is handy for both the A518, which skirts the village just over a mile to the north, and the A51 which runs to the west. The M6 motorway can be reached just beyond Stafford, with quick access north to Stoke-on-Trent and south to Birmingham.
The nearby Stafford railway station is an important main line interchange station, where trains from one of the five platforms can take you north to Liverpool, south to Birmingham and London and west to Wales.
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