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On the edge of historic Stratford-upon-Avon - world famous as the birthplace of William Shakespeare - Stratford Leys is just a few minutes' drive, ride or cycle from the centre of this beautiful Warwickshire market town and is an excellent location for road and rail travel.
There are education and community facilities close by and the town's new Parkway Railway Station is also within easy reach, as is the Maybird Shopping Park, just under a mile away.
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Stratford Leys is a five minute walk away from the new multi-million pound Stratford Parkway Railway Station that links the town to Birmingham, Henley-in-Arden, Leamington Spa and Solihull. Buses run daily from the nearby park and ride to the town centre every 10 to 15 minutes and there are also good cycle and footpaths. The A46 is close by, linking the area with Junction 15 of the M40 less than 7 miles away and the M42 is reached via the A3400. Birmingham International Airport is just over 20 miles away.
A trip to the shops
Nearby Stratford-upon-Avon offers excellent shopping facilities both with independent boutiques, High Street brands and leading department stores all within the historic town centre. Farmers' Markets are also held twice a month. The out of town Maybird Shopping Park is just under a mile away and has major retailers including M&S Simply Food, TK Maxx, B&Q and Boots, plus food outlets. For City shopping Birmingham's Bullring is less than 30 miles, while Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick and the Cathedral City of Worcester, all offer great shopping facilities.
Taking time out
With a home at Stratford Leys you'll have plenty to see and do on your doorstep with outings to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Shakespeare's Birthplace, to relaxing trips on the River Avon. The town hosts many Festivals for music, literature, food and river-lovers and a popular Mop Fair. Stratford Racecourse is a must for racing fans and the town itself has a wealth of great restaurants and pubs. For sports and fitness the town's Leisure and Visitor Centre has swimming, fitness, dance and spa facilities, plus outdoor pitches and there are many cycle routes linking Stratford to surrounding villages and countryside. For action-packed history experience Warwick Castle offers medieval adventures for the whole family and is just 8 miles away.
Stratford Leys is about a mile from local primary schools catering for 4 to 11-year-olds, while the Footsteps Day Nursery offers full-time care for pre-school children. The independent Stratford Preparatory School takes 4 to 11-year-olds. For senior pupils the King Edward VI Grammar - the school attended by Shakespeare in the 1570s - is a state-funded Academy with a sixth form and Stratford Girls' Grammar is a centre of academic excellence. The new Stratford-upon- Avon School is a purpose-built Academy for 11 to 18-year-olds, while Stratford-upon-Avon College has a range of Further Education courses
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