David Wilson Homes is currently building 170 homes on the former Baggeridge Brick Works in Gospel End Road. Nr. Sedgley, Dudley, DY3 4AN
Located in the desirable South Staffordshire village of Gospel End, Sedgley, Baggeridge Village is a collection of two, three, four and five bedroom homes in a range of terraced, semi-detached and detached designs. Sitting alongside the popular Baggeridge Country Park and enjoying enviable views, the development is only four miles from Wolverhampton and Dudley and the ideal place to call home. Homes available to move into for Christmas, ask our experienced Sales Advisers in Dudley for more information on this development.
Steve Barton, senior sales manager at David Wilson Homes Mercia, said: “Baggeridge Village will provide an attractive new destination putting this disused site back to good use to the benefit of the local community, with high quality homes as well as numerous green open spaces and neighbourhood facilities.”
Mr Barton added: “We strongly believe that community development is one of the most important aspects of any new housing development and we hope that our work here will go a long way towards improving the lives of people who live in the local area.”
5 bed detached house for sale
This impressive double fronted home enjoys an impressive entrance hall which opens out onto a bright and airy sitting room, and a kitchen with breakfast, family and utility areas and french doors to the garden. A dining room, study and WC complete the ground floor. The first and second floors enjoy five double bedrooms, the master with a dressing area and en suite and two family bathrooms.
There is a wealth of leisure facilities in the local area, Just three miles away is the modern Dudley Leisure Centre complex with a swimming pool, sports halls, fitness suite and squash courts. For the outdoor sports enthusiast, there are six golf clubs in a five mile radius and the Wombourne Cricket, Tennis and Bowling Club is nearby.
Primary education is served by Alder Coppice Primary School with a ‘Good’ Ofsted rating as well a Cotwall End Primary. Secondary education can be found at Ounsdale School as well as the popular Ellowes Hall Sports College which has been presented with an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted report. For higher education, the University of Wolverhampton is only four miles away.
For your daily requirements, you will find a range of local shops in the village of Sedgley, just one mile away, including a newsagents, post office, bank, pharmacy and Co-op. For those who enjoy a spot of shopping, visit Wulfrun Shopping Centre in Wolverhampton or the famous Merry Hill Shopping Centre which boasts superstores such as M&S, Debenhams and Primark.
Due to its prime location, Baggeridge Village has excellent commuter access to the M5 and M54 with their links to Birmingham, Telford, Stafford and the North West. For rail travel, Coseley Train Station is just two miles away and enjoys links to Wolverhampton, Birmingham and Liverpool. And for international air travel, Birmingham Airport can be reached in around 40 minutes.
For your day to day medical enquiries, Bilston Street Surgery, Bathstreet Medical Centre, Northway Medical Centre, Highview Dental Practice and Kudhail Dental Surgery are nearby. For more urgent medical emergencies, Russells Hall Hospital is only 7 miles away.