This exciting new development is situated in the most convenient location just half mile from the centre of Newport itself meaning your local shops and services are within easy reach. The town offers excellent local amenities with schools, health facilities, shops, leisure and sports all readily available, ensuring all your day to day needs are met.
As you would expect of a leading UK house builder, the development offers a complete range of highly desirable properties carefully designed to a high specification to suit the needs of everyone from first time buyers and those moving up the property ladder, to growing families and buyers simply requiring more space.
So if you're looking for a stylish new home in a local community with lots to offer, your search ends here.
Haversham Gardens is at the crossroads of two major trunk routes. The A518 links it to Stafford and the M6 in the east, approximately 14 miles away and to Telford and Junctions 4 and 5 of M54 in the west, about 11 miles. The A41 is the main north south trunk road to Wolverhampton in the south, 22 miles and to Chester in the north.
Buses run from Newport to Stafford, Telford, Wolverhampton and Stoke-on-Trent. Trains from Telford Central run to Birmingham and Shrewsbury and from Stafford to Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester and London's Euston. For air travel Birmingham International is 50 miles, East Midlands 58 miles and Manchester 66.
A trip to the shops
This pretty and historic market town is a vibrant centre of stylish, independent shops offering designer and High Street brands, art and crafts, books, jewellery, gifts, home ware as well as fishmongers and butchers. Newport Country Market is an indoor hall packed with home-made goods and products and there's an outdoor Farmer's Market each month. There are also Waitrose and Co-op supermarkets. Six miles away Telford Shopping Centre has more than 160 stores and in Stafford, The Guildhall Shopping Centre, including Stafford Market Hall, has more than 40 stores.
Taking time out
Historic Newport boasts many pretty half-timbered, medieval and Tudor buildings including the 12th Century St Nicholas Church and the Market Hall built in 1860. The tranquil Shrewsbury and Newport Canal is ideal for walking and cycling and the town has many successful sports clubs. Shropshire Climbing Centre has state-of-the-art facilities and Newport Sk8 Park is the largest in the county. Many facilities at the National Sports and Conference Centre at nearby Lilleshall are also open to the local community. The town has a great choice of bars, pubs and live music venues and the annual Newport Show is now one of the county's main agricultural events.
The town has a good choice of schools for all ages. For primary age children there's Newport Infant School and Newport Junior School and the St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary School. For senior pupils Burton Borough School is a comprehensive together with Adams' Grammar School for boys and Newport Girls High School. Furthermore, on the edge of the town is The Harper Adams University, the leading specialist in agriculture and land-based studies.
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