New Homes in Cradley Heath
Offering a great location within the West Midlands, the town of Cradley Heath is less than 10 miles from the centre of bustling Birmingham. With excellent transport links into this business and cultural hub, new homes in Cradley Heath are also close to Dudley and West Bromwich, as well as Walsall and Wolverhampton.
Despite the close proximity to a host of major towns and cities, Cradley Heath still offers superb access to many miles of charming countryside. From Saltwells Local Nature Reserve to Uffmoor Wood and the Clent Hills, set your sights on a fantastic corner of the Black Country with our developments near Cradley Heath below.
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A small town located in the Sandwell area of the West Midlands, Cradley Heath is a great option for a new home.
You’ll have easy access to large cities such as Birmingham, while still being able to enjoy country surroundings.
Things to see and do
Cradley Heath has a wide selection of amenities, allowing you easy access to everything you need on your doorstep.
The architecture of the town has retained its early 20th century appearance, while the traditional shopping centre has two market halls and several independent shops and businesses, with the old market hall dating back 100 years.
Cradley Heath Library and Cradley Heath Baptist church are both impressive buildings, while Haden Hill Park is a great destination for a family day out. With Victorian landscaped gardens, a Victorian Mansion and Tudor Hall, it also has a children’s play area, bowling greens and ornamental lakes.
Located within the Black Country, Birmingham can be reached within 30 minutes by train and car from Cradley Heath.
Along with great shopping, the city has a number of attractions which provide great opportunities for weekend days out, whatever your age.
Cadbury World, offers a chocolaty experience with a variety of different zones to visit, such as the Aztec Jungle, the Purple Planet and the Demonstration Area.
Further highlights include Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter and the Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum. A wide selection of restaurants and bars offer plenty of options for relaxation at the end of the day.
The area has several primary and secondary schools giving families plenty of choice. The University of Birmingham located here offers students a great city in which to live and study.
The area’s central location affords it strong transport links whether you’re travelling by rail, road or air.
Cradley Heath railway station is located on the Birmingham to Worcester via Kidderminster Line. The majority of trains are provided by London Midland with connections to surrounding areas and the rest of the country. Birmingham can be reached in 25 minutes, Coventry in an hour and 7 minutes and London in two hours and 12 minutes.
If you’re arriving by car, Cradley Heath can be easily accessed from the M5, along with the A458 and A4036.
The nearest airport to the town is Birmingham Airport which offers domestic and international flights to destinations across the globe.
Help to Buy Cradley Heath
In Cradley Heath you can take advantage of Help to Buy West Midlands of England if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy West Midlands page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.