New Homes in Redditch
Located in the and with miles of open countryside for company, Redditch was once described by Charles Dickens as ‘that remarkable little town’. Only around 15 miles from county town , new homes in Redditch are a similar distance from and also close to and .
From family trips to Morton Stanley Park to long walks with the dog through Arrow Valley Country Park, other local attractions include Lickey Hills Country Park and the Forge Mill Needle Museum. Explore Shakespeare’s life and works in nearby too; all once you select from our developments closest to Redditch.
Whether you’re most inspired by the connections to Dickens, the beautiful local scenery or the transport links to other parts of the West Midlands, is a great place to live. Ideal for first-time buyers, families and downsizers alike, our selection of latest offers are also suited to a wide range of buyers. For example, if you have a home to sell as part of your move, don’t miss our popular Part Exchange scheme which could save you time and money.
Things to see and do in
The family-friendly nature of is enhanced by attractions such as the 360 Play Town soft play centre and No Limitz Trampoline Park close to the heart of town. Abbey Stadium is a sports complex to the north of the town centre, where you’ll find leisure facilities including football pitches, a fitness suite, running track and swimming pools.
Go for a stroll around Arrow Valley Lake for a moment’s peace, discover industrial heritage at the Forge Mill Needle Museum and treat the kids to an action-packed day at the Imagination Street amusement centre. Your little ones will also love a trip to Morton Stanley Park with its play area, zip wire and skate park.
A strong choice of schools is just as important for your children, and doesn’t disappoint. There are several primaries rated as good by Ofsted in and around the town centre, including Field First School, Middle School and St Bede’s Catholic Middle School. First and Nursery School is a good option for younger kids, while Trinity High School and Sixth Form Centre is also good in the education board’s books. Meanwhile, Arrow Vale RSA Academy in the Ipsley area is outstanding.
Transport links in
train station is next to Kingfisher Shopping Centre, offering services to Birmingham which take just under 50 minutes. You can drive north to reach there in just half an hour with good traffic, while Warwick is a similar journey to the east and Worcester to the southwest. Commuters living in can also make use of the M5, M40 and M42 motorways to get around the region.
The property market
is very popular among people who want to enjoy a semi-rural lifestyle, contributing to the strength of the local property market. New properties are constantly coming to market, while you can sometimes find new build developments in the area. If you qualify for the Help to Buy West Midlands scheme, you could also secure a new home in and receive some extra support through a Government-backed initiative.
Help to Buy Redditch
In Redditch you can take advantage of Help to Buy West Midlands 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.