The four bedroom Canterbury combines a high standard of living with the flexibility a growing family needs, in a spacious home that is flooded with light and life.
The four bedroom first floor fits a larger family, or provides space for a separate playroom or media room. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room.
Downstairs offers the choice of a vibrant open plan kitchen / dining area, a large family lounge or the quiet of a separate study. The kitchen comes complete with high quality appliances, some of which are stored out of the way in the utility room, and boasts double patio doors to the garden and double doors to the large lounge, which also has patio doors. The ground floor also features a cloakroom and under stair storage.
Outside, the decorative roofline and covered porch add to the sense of quality.
About the DevelopmentOnce the capital of the ancient kingdom of Mercia, today Tamworth is a thriving Midlands town with excellent connections right across the region. Situated to the east of Tamworth, yet is just three miles from the centre of town with its excellent shopping and leisure opportunities.
Within easy reach of the A5, M42 and M6 Toll, Amington Garden Village is sure to be a sought after development, so register your interest today to make sure you’re the first to know the news and get the pick of the plots. Remember, with Help to Buy, you only need 5% deposit to reserve one of these popular homes near Tamworth.
AmenitiesThere is a Londis convenience store close by on Kerria Road, plus a choice of major supermarkets, such as Morrisons and Sainsbury’s, in the town for your weekly shop.
For doctors, register with Amington Surgery on Tamworth Road (sat nav B77 3BZ, call 01827 54777), while for dentists try Stoneydelph Dental Surgery on Ellerbeck (sat nav B77 4JA, call 01827 897 857)
DiningTrip Advisor lists no less than 125 recommended eateries in Tamworth, with most collected around the town centre. Da Quinto Ristorante, Corey’s Sports bar, Blue Water Indian and Christophers at The Peel Aldergate top the list for impressing their customers. Closer to home, try the family friendly Amington Flaming Grill, or the Gate Inn.
We know that great schools close by is a high priority when you’re looking for a family home, and Amington Park won’t disappoint. Tamworth has no less than 27 primary schools and 5 senior schools to choose from, as well as a highly regarded 6th Form College. The excellent Landau Forte Academy has several schools close to the development, including Greenacres and Amington Academy, both of which are rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.
Amington Heath Primary and Florendine Primary offer alternatives for younger children, while older pupils can also choose Belgrave High or Wilnecote High, both within easy reach. There are also many popular universities just a short distance away, including Birmingham and Aston, for students who want to save costs by staying at home.For children with special educational needs, the ‘outstanding’ Two Rivers Primary and High School are close to the development.
LeisureTamworth has such a wide range of leisure activities on offer there really is something for everyone. Take to the slopes of the Snowdome, the UK’s first real snow indoor ski slope. Hop on a thrill ride at Drayton Manor Theme Park, just 5 miles away. Go on safari at Twycross Zoo, just over 7 miles away or step back in time at historic Tamworth Castle.
In the town itself you’ll find a ten-screen Odeon cinema in the middle of the Egg roundabout, plus a wide range of shows at the Assembly Rooms. For sports, try Rawlett Leisure Centre.
ShoppingTamworth Old Town offers a unique and fascinating shopping experience, packed with interesting independent stores and boutiques. The town centre has a wide range of top high street shops, including the Ankerside Shopping Centre just off The Egg roundabout. Venture Retail Park offers an easy parking alternative, with a host of big names including a John Lewis department store.
For a more extensive shopping trip, hop a train to Birmingham, where the huge city centre choice, including the famous Bull Ring, are enough to satisfy even the most ardent shopaholic.
TransportTamworth has excellent road and rail connections across the region, with the M42 and A5 passing close by, connecting to the M6 just a short drive away. Sutton Coldfield is 10miles, Lichfield 11miles, Nuneaton 13miles, Birmingham 14miles, Coventry 25miles and Leicester 30miles. Birmingham International Airport is just 18miles away.
Tamworth also hosts an intersection between the West Coast Mainline and the Cross Country Route, offering a huge range of train services to all parts of the country. Birmingham New Street is just a 16minute ride, while London and Liverpool are both around an hour and a half. Tamworth Station has almost 300 park and ride spaces.
- 4 bedroom home
- Open plan kitchen/dining room
- Traditional exterior
- Separate lounge
- En-suite to master bedroom
- Double garage