Stunning new homes on the outskirts of historic Stratford-upon-Avon
Our latest development of two, three and four-bedroom homes sits less than 2 miles from the centre of sought-after Stratford, ideally situated to make the most of local amenities and attractions.
Sonnet Park enjoys a fantastic location, surrounded by open countryside yet just a 10-minute cycle from the attractive heart of Stratford-upon-Avon and all its facilities. Steeped in culture, the town is best known as the birthplace of Shakespeare and has retained many of its historic buildings. There’s a wealth of local attractions, including the famous Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford Butterfly Farm, and of course, the house where Shakespeare was born – all of which make the town a thriving centre for tourism.
When you’re not taking in the culture, Stratford offers a wide array of high street and independent shops, along with superb dining options from Michelin-starred cuisine to numerous family-friendly pubs.
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1 available | 2 bedroom semi-detached house
2 available | 2 bedroom end terrace house
2 available | 2 bedroom semi-detached house
2 available | 3 bedroom detached house
1 available | 3 bedroom detached house
4 available | 4 bedroom semi-detached house
1 available | 4 bedroom detached house
For the weekly shop there’s a Co-op Food (0.9 miles), Tesco Express (1.2 miles), Waitrose (1.5 miles) and Tesco Superstore (2.7 miles), while other essential services are a 7-minute drive away in the town centre. Nearby leisure facilities include Stratford Recreation Ground and Stratford Leisure Centre, and Persimmon will also be making additional contributions at the development with a new play area, and a new footpath and cycleway.
Families with children of all ages will be impressed by the local schooling options. Nearby primary schools include Bridge Town Primary School, Alveston C of E Primary School and Stratford-upon-Avon Primary School, while older pupils can attend King Edward VI Grammar School, Stratford Girls Grammar School, and Stratford College.
Sonnet Park is conveniently situated for travelling to other destinations in the region. By car you can reach Wellesbourne in 13 minutes, Warwick in 20 minutes, Redditch in 35 minutes and Birmingham in 48 minutes. Stratford-upon-Avon train station, 2.8 miles from Sonnet Park, also operates regular routes to Warwick and Birmingham, and there’s a bus stop right outside the development site.
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