New homes for sale in Burton-on-Trent
Known as the UK’s capital of beer brewing, Burton-on-Trent is a market town in , close to the county’s border with . Just over 10 miles from , new homes in Burton-on-Trent are only around 40 minutes from both and in the car.
Whether you’re visiting the National Brewery Centre, taking the kids to the National Forest Adventure Farm or going for walks around Branston Water Park, you can also take advantage of natural spots like the Brankley Pastures, Tucklesholme and Drakelow Nature Reserve too. Enjoy all this with our developments near Burton-on-Trent below.
Living in Burton-on-Trent
Burton-on-Trent may be famous for its brewing heritage, but you don’t need to have had a pint of the local ale to recognise this is a wonderful place to buy a home. Particularly if you do so through one of our latest offers, including initiatives like our Movemaker scheme, which have been designed to give you the best and simplest moving experience possible.
Things to see and do in Burton-on-Trent
As well as the National Brewery Centre, the town centre is home to attractions like the Washlands, Stapenhill Gardens and Claymills Victorian Pumping Station. Sinai Park House isn’t from the centre, and close to beautiful natural spots such as Battlestead Hill and Branston Water Park.
Little ones will love a trip to National Forest Adventure Farm, while your dog can stretch their legs around Tucklesholme Nature Reserve. From walks through Needwood Forest to bike rides around the Croxall Lakes, Rosliston Forestry Centre and Foremark Reservoir are also great outdoor spots in the local area.
Burton is a great place to live if you have younger family members in tow. Local primary schools include the Violet Way Academy, Shobnall Primary and Newton Solney CofE, which are all rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Likewise John Taylor High School just south of town, with Abbot Beyne School and the De Ferrers Academy providing other good options closer to the town centre.
Transport links in Burton-on-Trent
Not far from the M1 and M6 motorways, Burton lies along the A38. You can get on here to drive north to Derby in just 20 minutes. Birmingham is double that in the opposite direction, while you can catch a train to the region’s biggest city from Burton station in just over 20 minutes. Services to Derby only take 10 minutes, while it’s around 45 minutes to Nottingham.
The Burton-on-Trent property market
The local area has a strong housing market, with lots of properties usually available in and around Burton to suit a range of budgets. If you’re searching for new homes in Burton, don’t miss our 4 bedroom houses along Hoskins Lane in the Newton Solney area, which is just to the east of the town centre.
You can also find our developments of 3 to 5 bed homes along Forest Road on the western outskirts of town and Walton Road to the south. Better still, some of these houses qualify for the Help to Buy in the West Midlands scheme, which is available when buying properties in Burton valued up to £255,600.