Centrick Property is holding an open day this weekend at its development of seven homes in Coleshill.

The three and four-bedroom detached properties are in Grimstock Avenue, a new avenue accessed from the main Lichfield Road. in the popular market town in Warwickshire.

Each of the houses has their own individual character while still designed to sit comfortable within the existing neighbourhood.

The executive-style properties include living rooms, kitchen diners, garages, three to four bedrooms, en suites to the main room (and to the guest rooms in the larger four-bedrooms) and a bathroom.

The biggest residences have separate dining rooms and the largest also has a study on the ground floor.

Outside the gardens have been laid to lawn with fenced boundaries.

New development of seven houses in Grimstock Avenue, off Lichfield Road in Coleshill.
New development of seven houses in Grimstock Avenue, off Lichfield Road in Coleshill.

They range in price from £275,000 to £375,000.

The setting in Grimstock Avenue means that homeowners can enjoy the local amenities of a thriving Warwickshire community while still being within easy reach of Birmingham, which is around 11 miles to the west.

An historic market town, Coleshill has many old coaching inns, among them the Coleshill Hotel, and in its High Street.

Hundreds of years ago it used to be a major staging post on the roads from London to Chester, Liverpool and Holyhead, and a popular place for passengers, riders and coach drivers to stop and rest or get some refreshment.

It also has a selection of traditional tearooms and restaurants along the High Street.

These new homes are served by schools from nursery through to Sixth Form level.

St Edwards Catholic Primary School and The Coleshill School (ages 11-18) are both located a short walk away while High Meadow Infant School and Bournebrook Church of England Primary are just a short drive away.

New development of seven houses in Grimstock Avenue, off Lichfield Road in Coleshill.
New development of seven houses in Grimstock Avenue, off Lichfield Road in Coleshill.

There are also several independent schools in the surrounding area, including The Island Project School in Meriden, Valley House in Warwickshire and Arc School in nearby Nuneaton.

Transport connections to the West Midlands and Warwickshire, include trains – Coleshill Parkway train station is a short drive from Grimstock Avenue and has regular services that reach New Street in around 15 minutes.

There is easy access to the M42 and M6, while Birmingham International Airport is approximately a 10 minute drive from the development.

The open day will take place on Saturday, between 11am-2pm. It is by appointment only.

For details call Centrick Property 0121 705 3242 or look up www.centrickproperty.co.uk .