New homes in Binley
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Located just five miles away from Coventry and with a rich mining heritage, buying a new home in Binley provides you with the best of both worlds.
You can enjoy the tranquillity of Binley’s location, while still having all the benefits of a city on your doorstep.
Things to see and do
Binley began life as a small mining village. The colliery first started producing coal in 1911 and echoes of the town’s past can be experienced along Willenhall Lane and St James Lane, where pit workers cottages still stand.
Binley’s location provides great access to historic Coventry. The city has several attractions such as Coventry Cathedral which hosts events, concerts and exhibitions throughout the year.
Time out can be enjoyed at Coventry Canal Basin where old warehouses have been transformed into art spaces and craft shops. Picturesque walks trails and picnics can be enjoyed while watching the boats and taking in the area’s history.
Fans of the beautiful game can enjoy the sport at Coventry City Football Club. With an impressive 30,000-seater stadium, it’s located just over 3 miles from Binley. Aviation enthusiasts, will be impressed with the exhibits on display at the Midland Air Museum, located at Coventry Airport just over 4 miles away.
Also playing host to a number of events throughout the year, Coventry plays host to Godiva, the UK’s largest free family festival. Taking place annually in July, it offers live music, family entertainment, international food and drink, a craft village and a children’s fun fair.
With Binley closely located to Coventry, it has excellent transport links whether you’re travelling by road, air or rail.
Binley is served by Birmingham Airport which can be found 6 miles southeast of the city.
As a base for large providers such as Flybe, Monarch and Ryanair, the airport offers both internal flights along with flights across the globe.
Binley’s nearest large train station is Coventry which is located on the West Coast Mail Line.
Offering connections to towns and cities across the UK, trains to the capital are available every 30 minutes and take just an hour.
Local trains are also available here and offer links to destinations such as Warwick, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Rugby and Leamington Spa.
Coventry is linked to a number of major roads and motorways, which can be reached in 10 minutes via the A4082.
The M6, M6 Toll, M40, M42, M5, M69 and the A45/A46 are the major routes into Coventry and regional Warwickshire.