New Homes in Coventry
Make the move
The second largest city in the West Midlands, buying a new home in Coventry will enable you to live in a lively city close to the countryside.
With excellent transport links, attractions, culture and history, it’s ideal for setting up home. And located just an hour away from London, the capital is within easy each.
Things to see and do
Coventry has a thriving arts and culture scene, with several theatres such as the Belgrade Theatre, Albany Theatre and Criterion Theatre. You’ll never be short of a show or concert to keep you entertained.
Fargo Village is filled with independent shopping and creative arts, while the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum brings the history of the city to life. History can be explored at sites such as Arbury Hall, which was built on the site of a 12th century Augustinian Priory, while the remains of Bagots Castle are a further highlight of the area.
Coventry is also surrounded by lovely countryside, with various parks and gardens for relaxation and time out.
Coombe Country Park is a great option for a family day out. Set in 500 acres of parkland, gardens and woodland, it offers lakeside walks and great picnic spots. Draycote Water and Country Park is a further option where you’ll find fishing, wetlands, watersports and nature trails.
Coventry has a wide selection of schools to choose from, both primary and secondary. Earning the title of ‘Modern University of the year 2015’, Coventry University offers a selection of undergraduate and post graduate degree programmes.
Whether travelling by rail, road or air, Coventry is extremely accessible.
The closest large airport to Coventry is Birmingham Airport offering domestic and international flights. It’s located 6.3 miles southeast of Birmingham city centre and is a base for Thomas Cook Airlines, Thomson Airways, Monach, Flybe and Ryanair.
Located on the West Coast Main Line, London can be reached within an hour with trains operating to the capital every 30 minutes. The station also operates a number of services to local towns such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick and Rugby.
Coventry is also highly accessible by road, with the city being linked to a number of major roads.
The M6, M6 Toll, M40, M42, M5, M69 and A45/A46 are all central routes into the city, and also connect to Birmingham which is only around 20 minutes by car.