New Houses For Sale in Warwickshire

Handmade in historic Warwickshire

Our contemporary new homes in Warwickshire offer modern living with excellent travel links amidst historic and scenic settings.

Why make Warwickshire your home?

Warwickshire offers charming market towns and tranquil rustic living complemented by excellent travel links and a rich historic past, not solely because it was Shakespeare’s birthplace. Located just north of the Cotswolds, with its stunning rural enclaves, and south of Birmingham, the county also has convenient road connections, with the M40 and M6 motorways both within easy reach of our new houses for sale in Warwickshire.

One of the county’s most elegant and historic towns is Royal Leamington Spa which was first mentioned in the Domesday Book and it was a popular spa resort attracting the rich and famous throughout the 19th Century. Today it is a thriving town of culture, leisure and wellbeing, with a 500-strong collection of independent boutiques, high street brands, health and beauty salons, salons, bars and brasseries. The Royal Pump Rooms - which originally contained the town’s finest spa baths and assembly rooms and is now home to an art gallery and museum, library and visitor information centre - is also well worth a visit.

Although Warwick is the county’s namesake and Nuneaton the county’s largest, Stratford-upon-Avon is arguably Warwickshire’s most famous town. Originally inhabited by Anglo-Saxons before becoming a market town in 1196, today Stratford welcomes around 2.5 million visitors a year and is the birth town of William Shakespeare. The town is also home to the world-famous Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as the Swan and Royal Shakespeare theatres. As well as Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Stratford is also home to many other Elizabethan sites of interest, and historic buildings in general, plus of course the picturesque River Avon.

Getting in, around and out of Warwickshire

Our new houses for sale in Warwickshire are easily accessible by car, from the north and south. From London and the South East, the M25 links with both the M40, which runs through the county, and the M1, which runs close by, and connects to Warwickshire via the M45 and M6. The M1 and M6 also link to the North, while from Wales and the West, the M54, and M42 via the M5 provide the quickest and most convenient routes.

The county is also well connected on the rail network, with regular services to Rugby from London Euston, Birmingham New Street, Northampton and Crewe. Trains also run between Leamington Spa and Birmingham Snow Hill, Manchester Piccadilly via Coventry and Stoke-on-Trent, London Marylebone and Newcastle via Doncaster.

For air travel Birmingham Airport is within easy reach and provides flights to destinations across Europe and around the world.

All images are used for illustrative purposes only and are representative only. They may not be the same as the actual home you purchase and the specification may differ. Images may be of a slightly different model of home and may include optional upgrades and extras which involve additional cost. Individual features such as windows, brick, carpets, paint and other material colours may vary and also the specification of fittings may vary. Any furnishings and furniture are not included in any sale. Please check with our sales consultants for details of the exact specifications available at the development(s) for each type of home and the associated prices.