Visits by appointment only, Hobnock Road, Essington, Staffordshire, WV11 2RFGet directions
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Visits by appointment only, Hobnock Road, Essington, Staffordshire, WV11 2RF Get directions
Prices from: £239,995
2, 3 & 4 bed homes available
Semi detached & Detached homes available
Essington is best known for its rural village location and country landscapes. The Steadings has neighbouring woodlands and lakes on its doorstep and this new community has made the most of this natural landscape by developing new walkways in its design. The village has strong links to Wolverhampton, Lichfield and Cannock, making it a very well positioned place to live and being a short drive from the M6 it’s great for commuters. Locally you can enjoy some home grown produce from the local farm shop and there’s plenty to do with the kids with local clubs and activities; not to mention the village school is a stones throw away. Next door to this new community is a children’s play area used by the whole village; somewhere to visit to make new friends and feel part of the well-established local community. If you like a local lifestyle with countryside on your doorstep then look no further.
- Take the Cannock Road (A460) to Victoria Road then take Prestwood Road to Long Knowle Lane (B4484). Drive to Hobnock Road (B4156) in Essington and follow this road until you see the Bovis Homes development signs.
- Driving on the M6 follow signs for Staffordshire.
- Take exit 1 from the M54 and then take Bognop Road to Hobnock Road (B4156) into Essington and follow this road to The Steadings.
Did you know?
At The Steadings, Essington we are putting £1,079,973 towards schemes and projects to support the local community and we will continue to work closely with the council to deliver these improvements.
|The Steadings - community contributions|
Taking time out
This rural village offers various clubs, societies and sports for all ages including golf, fishing, football and rugby teams. Essington has a public park, lots of woodland and a lake. Locals can stop off for a drink or bite to eat at the local and popular pub, The Minerva, or the luxurious restaurant the New Masons Inn Great Wyrley.
A trip to the shops
For food shopping there's the local Essington Farm Shop that offers fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and other groceries. There is also a local grocery and news store. For fashion and days out, Wolverhampton has its own shopping centre just 6 miles away and Birmingham city centre is 16 miles.
The local primary school St John's Primary Academy is situated along Hobnock Road,and is regarded as one of the most outstanding schools in the area. There is also the Brownshore Pre-School and Play Group. For senior pupils, there is Heath Park in Wolverhampton and Walsall Academy in Walsall, both less than 4miles away.Read More ...
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