Brickkiln Place
Wolverhampton WV3 0PN


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Coming soon: Brickkiln Place, a stunning new development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes for sale in Wolverhampton. This ideal location is close to the city centre, making it a perfect choice for a new home.

Linden Homes are pleased to announce Brickkiln Place, a fantastic new development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses for sale in Wolverhampton. Located just a few moments from the well-equipped city centre, all family types will find this to be an ideal place to call their new home. High street shops, department stores, supermarkets, places to eat and drink, a post office and entertainment options are all within easy reach. Immediately on your doorstep is a large Sainsbury’s, community centre, primary school, pub and a popular gym. A short walk away is a children’s play area, while a little further away north is a large park with lakes, so you can still enjoy green, open spaces while benefitting from everything the city has to offer. There is a good choice of state and independent schools for all ages within a short distance of home. And for commuters, the road and rail connections to Walsall, Kidderminster, Telford and Shrewsbury make for simple journeys to work, as well as longer journeys for exploring more of the area beyond Wolverhampton.

Each home at Brickkiln Place has been designed and built to the high standards and specifications you would expect from Linden Homes.

Choosing a home at Brickkiln Place will give you;

  • A wonderful new 2, 3 or 4 bedroom home close to the city centre
  • Simple commutes via the area’s ‘A’ road network and M54 & M6 to Shrewsbury, Telford and Stafford
  • An excellent choice of Ofsted rated ‘Good’ schools and independent schools for all ages close by
  • Help to Buy*, Assisted Move‡ and Part Exchange† available

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Find everything you need and want in Wolverhampton

Situated just a few moments from Brickkiln Place is the popular city of Wolverhampton. A trip into the city will give you everything you could need. Shoppers will appreciate the excellent range of shops, from high street brands to department stores to independent names. You’ll also find everyday services in abundance too, with banks, building societies, a post office, veterinary surgery and a library all within the centre. For socialising, you’ll have plenty of options, with pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes to choose from for every budget and taste.

Entertainment options close to home are varied, so everyone will be able to find something for them. The city’s Civic Hall is home to a range of comedy and music events all year round, while The Grand Theatre is where you can enjoy plays, musicals and concerts. You can catch the latest film releases at the Light House cinema. Football fans can find plenty of information at the Wolves Museum, and of course, spend a Saturday afternoon cheering their team on at the Molineux Stadium. For something a little different, Clockwork Escapes is where you and your friends can get together for some puzzle games, while doing your best to beat the clock before the room door locks you in!

If you want to know more about the city’s history, Bantock House Museum and Park is a great place to discover more about Edwardian life. More recent history is connected to the Prince Albert Statue in the heart of the city. Unveiled in 1866, it was the first place Queen Victoria visited after the death of Albert.

What’s close to Wolverhampton?

There are plenty of towns within easy reach of these new homes for sale in Wolverhampton. Just 7 miles from home is the industrial town of Walsall. Easily accessible by road and rail, there are good shops in The Sadlers Shopping Centre and The Park Place Shopping Centre. You’ll also be able to find a place for some food and drink easily too, with a good range of restaurants, pubs and cafes. For something away from the shops, the Walsall Canal provides a great place to enjoy a peaceful stroll, especially with its recent improvements.

17 miles west will bring you to Telford. Home to the famous Iron Bridge in the town’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, this is an area that attracts a great number of visitors. In the town itself, a fantastic choice of shops, entertainment and places to eat and drink are available. The Telford Shopping Centre has all the popular high street brands everyone would need, alongside bars, chain restaurants and cafes. The Cineworld multi-screen cinema means film lovers can watch all the latest releases, while those looking for something more active can go to the town’s ice rink.

32 miles from Brickkiln Place is the county town of Shrewsbury. With an idyllic mix of old and new, this is an attractive place to visit. As you would expect, a wonderful choice of shops for all budgets and needs can be found here, with an equally impressive range of restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars. Activities are also in abundance, with canoe hire, tours, and plenty of museums and art galleries to enjoy and explore. As a hugely popular town, you’ll also be able to experience the many different festivals and events all year round, from a cartoon festival to a children’s bookfest.

Local schools and education

Those with children will find a number of Ofsted rated ‘Good’ schools close to these new houses for sale in Wolverhampton. Merridale Primary and Bantock Primary are both half a mile from home, while St Judes CofE Primary is just over a mile away.

Secondary age students are only 1.5 miles from St Edmund’s Catholic Academy (rated ‘Good’) while Colton Hills Community School (also rated ‘Good’) is 2.3 miles away.

Wolverhampton and the immediate area have a number of independent schools to choose from. Newbridge Preparatory School, for early years to 11 years, is 2.1 miles away, while both Wolverhampton Grammar School (for students aged 7 to 18) and The Royal School (day and boarding school for those aged 7 to 18) are both under a mile from home.

Higher education can be found at the University of Wolverhampton, just 1.5 miles from Brickkiln Place.

Transport and travel

Commuters will appreciate the excellent transport links available to them from these new homes. Wolverhampton has a number of ‘A’ roads leading directly from the city centre, which connect to the M54 for Telford (17 miles) and other ‘A’ roads to Shrewsbury (32 miles) and Wrexham (54 miles). The M6 can also be reached within a few miles, which allows for journeys to Stafford (19 miles), Birmingham (17 miles) and Stoke-on-Trent (34 miles).

For train services, Wolverhampton station is just over a mile from the development, and provides regular trains to Birmingham New Street (17 minutes), Manchester Piccadilly (1 hour 10 minutes), Bristol Temple Meads (1 hour 53 minutes) and Liverpool South Parkway (1 hour 12 minutes).

For air travel, Birmingham Airport is 26 miles away, and provides regular flights around the UK and Europe.

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