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New homes in Wolverhampton

Formerly part of Staffordshire and close to towns like Telford and Stafford, Wolverhampton is a city in the West Midlands. Whether you work in Birmingham, or would like to be close to Walsall or West Bromwich, new builds in Wolverhampton are always popular.


If you enjoy family days out in natural spaces, this could be the place for you. There are lots in and around the city, including West Park, Baggeridge Country Park, Wightwick Manor and the expansive Smestow Valley reserve. Don’t miss your chance to snap up a new home in the area and see our developments closest to Wolverhampton below.

  • The Fallows

    The Fallows

    Pye Green Road, Hednesford, WS12 4LW
    • 3, 4 and 5 bedroom
    • £370,000 to £587,000
  • The Grove at Doseley Park

    The Grove at Doseley Park

    Griffiths Avenue, Doseley, Telford, TF4 3FH
    • 3, 4 and 5 bedroom
    • £390,000 to £555,000
  • Tenchlee Place

    Tenchlee Place

    Shaftmoor Lane, Hall Green, Birmingham, B28 8SW
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £400,000 to £550,000
  • Anson Gardens

    Anson Gardens

    Hay End Lane, Fradley, Lichfield, WS13 8NW
    • 4 and 5 bedroom
    • £450,000 to £640,000
  • Heron's Reach at Dunstall Park

    Heron's Reach at Dunstall Park

    Dunstall Lane, Tamworth, B78 3BN
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £270,000 to £500,000
  • Coming soon
    Dunstall Park

    Dunstall Park

    David Wilson Homes, Ventura Park Road, Bitterscote, B78 3HJ
    • Coming soon
  • Olive Park

    Olive Park

    Stafford Road, Uttoxeter, ST14 8DR
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £270,000 to £490,000
  • Bentley Fields

    Bentley Fields

    Sorrel Close, Uttoxeter, ST14 8UP
    • 4 bedroom
    • £475,000 to £485,000
  • Drayton Meadows

    Drayton Meadows

    Blandford Way, Market Drayton, TF9 3QX
  • Rose Place

    Rose Place

    Welshpool Road, Bicton Heath, Shrewsbury, SY3 5BU
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £300,000 to £505,000

Living in Wolverhampton

Whether you’re attracted to the wonderful West Midlands location, the local culture or the open countryside on the edge of the city, buying a new home in Wolverhampton can seem like an easy decision. Especially if you do so with the benefit of one of our latest offers; arrangements like our Part Exchange scheme are designed to take the stress out of moving, while saving you some money at the same time. 

Things to see and do in Wolverhampton

There’s so much to see and do in the heart of town, which offers attractions like Wolverhampton Art Gallery, St Peter’s Collegiate Church and the Wolves Museum, perfect for football fans. Just outside the city centre you’ll also find Wednesbury Museum and Art Gallery, as well as the Royal Air Force Museum. 

Moving out into the surrounding area are open spaces such as Baggeridge Country Park, while Willenhall Memorial Park, East Park, West Park, the Gailey Reservoirs and Rough Woods are all pleasant spots for a walk. Likewise along Dudley Canal or through Smestow Valley Local Nature Reserve, while you can soak up incredible views when you climb up Beacon Hill. 


There are plenty of good schools in and around the city centre, including Hill Avenue Academy just south of town. An outstanding primary school in Ofsted’s opinion, Whitgreave Primary to the north of the city centre and Manor Primary School to the east are also ranked just as highly. 

One of the Black Country’s best secondaries, Wolverhampton Girls’ High School, is only a mile north west of the city centre. Also outstanding according to Ofsted, St Peter’s Collegiate CofE and Highfields CofE are other good options to choose between. 

Transport links in Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton’s main train station lies just outside the A4150 which loops around the inner-city area, while Wolverhampton St George’s is inside the boundary and connected to the convenient West Midlands Metro service. You can get to Birmingham Airport in just half an hour by road or rail, while there are also lots of local bus routes. Access to the M6 and M54 motorways is very strong too. 

The Wolverhampton property market

House prices in Wolverhampton have risen much faster than the UK average in recent years, showing this is a great area to invest your money into. From city centre flats to family homes in nearby areas such as Hednesford and Lichfield, there’s plenty to go at in and around the city. If you’ve decided you want to buy a new home, don’t miss offers such as our Movemaker scheme, which could help your purchase run smoother than you thought possible. 

Help to Buy Wolverhampton

In Wolverhampton 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.