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Our new development of houses for sale in Shropshire is located close to the town of Telford and set on the edge of the countryside allowing you to enjoy the best of both worlds.
Celebrating the past embracing the future
Lightmoor is one of the more sought-after residential areas of Telford, with a good range of local amenities close by.
Just a few minutes drive away, Telford town centre caters for all the family. The Town Park is great for kids, with aerial walkways and adventure play, and the town has a long list of department stores, supermarkets and independent specialist shops.
The jewel in the crown is Southwater, an exciting £250 million regeneration scheme which offers a vast array of leisure and entertainment options, plus pubs, clubs and restaurants to suit all tastes. Southwater also includes a state of the art library, IMAX cinema, ice rink, tenpin bowling and more.
The town of Shrewsbury, half an hour’s drive away, is a fine old market town. It has a further selection of big-name shops and attractions, and is famous for its castle, spires and half-timbered medieval houses.
The countryside surrounding 1779 has it all – beautiful scenery, a world heritage site to visit and lovely walks, both easy and challenging. Once described as ‘the most extraordinary district in the world’, the Ironbridge Gorge is still a remarkable and beautiful place today.
Getting out and about
Excellent road connections via the A4169 to Telford and beyond, linking to the A442 and the M54 motorway (Junction 4/5, 5 miles).
From Telford Central station (5 miles) regular trains run to the Midlands, Manchester and London Euston (2 hours 12 minutes).
Telford’s busy bus station offers easy connections to all areas in and around the town, and to cities further afield.
All journey times and distances are approximate.