Ashberry Homes - Oaklands, B79

Prices around £412,000

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<b> Oaklands </b>

Oaklands is a desirable collection of 2,3,4 and 5-bedroom homes on the outskirts of vibrant Tamworth, bordered by open fields and close to the River Anker.

This charming development provides a perfect setting for family life, in an area known for its unique blend of rich countryside, bustling community atmosphere, and award-winning local attractions.

Appealing to families, professionals and commuters to Tamworth, these new homes are finished to an exceptional specification and boast modern design features, such as open-plan living spaces, en suite bathrooms and integrated kitchen appliances. All homes on this site benefit from private garages or off-road parking for two cars.

Tamworth holds an esteemed position in the historical landscape of the county, offering residents an opportunity to explore the rich past of this fascinating town, while enjoying the many attractions of a thriving urban hub.

Drayton Manor Theme Park can be found just south of Tamworth, as well as a popular multiplex cinema, a notable theatre and The Snow Dome leisure park – complete with ski slopes and ice-skating ring.

Tamworth high street is lined with a wealth of local amenities, including a good selection of high-street and independent retailers, a shopping centre, three retail parks and several large supermarkets. ‘The old town’ offers charming, family-owned shops, and friendly pavement cafes.

Commuters, shoppers, and those wanting to explore the area, will delight in excellent transport links. Tamworth town centre can be reached in approximately five minutes by car, via the via Ashby Road/B5493 and the A513.

The world-class attractions of Birmingham city centre, are just over half an hour away via the M42, or a 20-minute ride from nearby Tamworth Station.

Leisure

Shopping Several supermarkets are within close proximity of the development, along with a thriving high street of quirky, independent shops alongside recognisable brand name retailers. Nearby retail parks include Ankerside Shopping Centre, Cardinal Point, Jolly Sailor and Ventura. Staying true to its long-standing heritage, Tamworth holds a weekly market at the heart of the town centre, with over one hundred stalls offering organic, local produce, clothing, home wares and artisan gifts. If its markets you’re after, we recommend a trip to cosmopolitan Birmingham, with everything from farmers to flea markets, the stalls of Birmingham are packed with character, charm and original items. Birmingham is famous for the wealth of its shopping opportunities, perfect for hours of retail therapy. Popular areas include the historic Jewellery Quarter, lined with family-owned and artisan jewellers, as well as the impressive Bullring Shopping Centre, offering over 160 stores, family-friendly restaurants and even a cinema. Dining The pavement-cafĂ©-culture is flourishing in Tamworth, adding to the bustling, friendly atmosphere of a community that thrives on the outdoors. Al fresco dining is a popular choice, with attractive beer gardens attached to stylish gastropubs, and outdoor seating available in several of the town’s independent coffee shops. There is a good selection of wine bars in the area, along with well-known chain and local restaurants covering a range of international cuisines. Residents of these new homes in Staffordshire will be lucky enough to sample a collection of Michelin-starred restaurants if they choose, with Peel’s at Hampton Manor, around 30 minutes’ drive away, which holds four AA rosettes. Equally impressive establishments include Adam’s and Purnell’s, both promising fine-dining experiences at approximately 35-minutes from Oaklands by car.

Education

Families with children will be well-placed to take advantage of the popular local schools within the close surrounding area. For very young children and toddlers, Ashcroft Infants and Nursery School is a short 10-minute walk from the development. Some options for under 11’s, are St. Leonard’s C of E Primary School, within walking distance of Oaklands, as well as Flaxhill Junior Academy and St. Elizabeth Catholic Primary School, both just over one mile from home. Older pupils are catered for by Landau Forte Academy QEMS, a short walk from the development, and The Rawlett School Academy, just over a mile away. Young adults interested in further education, may consider the prestigious University of Birmingham, around a 40-minute drive from Oaklands.

Shopping

Several supermarkets are within close proximity of the development, along with a thriving high street of quirky, independent shops alongside recognisable brand name retailers. Nearby retail parks include Ankerside Shopping Centre, Cardinal Point, Jolly Sailor and Ventura. Staying true to its long-standing heritage, Tamworth holds a weekly market at the heart of the town centre, with over one hundred stalls offering organic, local produce, clothing, home wares and artisan gifts. If its markets you’re after, we recommend a trip to cosmopolitan Birmingham, with everything from farmers to flea markets, the stalls of Birmingham are packed with character, charm and original items. Birmingham is famous for the wealth of its shopping opportunities, perfect for hours of retail therapy. Popular areas include the historic Jewellery Quarter, lined with family-owned and artisan jewellers, as well as the impressive Bullring Shopping Centre, offering over 160 stores, family-friendly restaurants and even a cinema.

Transport

Tamworth town centre is conveniently close, approximately a five-minute drive from the development (via the A513 and Ashby Road/B5493), while Birmingham city centre is around a 30-minute drive away. Commuters will benefit from good local road connections, including ease of access to the M5, M6 and M42, all less than a fifteen minute drive from Oaklands. Tamworth railway station is less than five minutes from Oaklands (via Ashby Road), and offers regular services to major cities including Birmingham, London, Nottingham, Cardiff and Glasgow. International travel can be sought from East Midlands Airport, 25 minutes from the development, or Birmingham Airport, just over half an hour’s drive from the development.

Disclaimers

Local area information, including retail, leisure or other amenities is intended as general guidance only. References to schools and other educational establishments are included to illustrate their proximity to the development and should not be regarded as a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Travel times are approximate and by car unless otherwise stated.