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New builds in Shropshire

Located in the West Midlands region of England; Shropshire is a popular destination for those seeking a taste of the traditional English countryside. A sought-after place to call home, Shropshire is popular for its green spaces, historic market towns and charming villages.

Looking for a property in Shropshire? You’ll be spoilt for choice with the range of towns and villages in this county. Whether you are looking for a historic market town like Market Drayton or prefer the modern amenities found in Telford, Shropshire has something for everyone.

Green Spaces in Shropshire

One of Shropshire’s biggest draws is its natural scenery. The county benefits from plenty of green spaces, including the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is ideal for nature enthusiasts and those who appreciate a slower pace of life.

Outdoor enthusiasts can explore the Shropshire Way, a long-distance trail which gives residents access to stunning views of the Shropshire Hills, as well as opportunities for canoeing and fishing on the River Severn. 

Living in Shropshire

Living in Shropshire offers residents a chance to embrace a slower, more laid-back lifestyle. Charming market towns, like Market Drayton, Ludlow and Bridgnorth offer opportunities to stroll through historic streets, explore local shops and engage in friendly conversations.

Despite its relaxed pace of life, Shropshire hosts various events and festivals throughout the year, celebrating everything from arts and music to food and heritage. From vibrant food festivals, such as the Ludlow Food Festival to literary events like DarwIN Festival, each gathering is designed to celebrate local life and encourage a strong sense of community.

Food and Drink in Shropshire

The county takes pride in its locally sourced produce, making it a fantastic place to call home. Local restaurants serve locally reared meats, such as Shropshire lamb, which has been celebrated for its excellent quality and flavour.

Cheese lover? You can also savour the taste of Shropshire Blue cheese, which is a local speciality. Described as a cross between Silton and Cheshire, the cheese has earnt its place on cheese boards around the country!

Houses For Sale in Shropshire

Living in Shropshire provides a perfect backdrop for families and individuals seeking life that blends the old with the new.

If you’re excited by the offerings of this county, explore our stunning range of new homes in Shropshire to find the perfect property to suit your lifestyle.