Church View is a luxurious collection of 35 new two, three, four and five-bedroom homes, including a mix of houses and bungalows.
All plots have now been reserved or sold! If you are looking for a new home in Hadnall come along and find out more about our Abbots Lea development adjacent to Church View.
With a coveted location in the village of Hadnall, just outside Shrewsbury, these charming new homes offer a village lifestyle with the benefit of convenient connections.
Like every Galliers home, these properties will feature stylish kitchens, elegant bathrooms and bright living spaces, all finished to a superb specification.
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The village of Hadnall lies approximately six miles north of Shrewsbury town centre and 16 miles from Telford, surrounded by acres of fields and woodland.
Allowing for a straightforward commute, along with the more relaxed pace of village life, Church View’s location offers the best of both worlds.
Hadnall is also home to the beautiful St Mary Magdalene Church, a village store, a local pub and the Salopian brewery. Church View stands alongside the remains of a historic moated medieval manor - a protected ancient monument that offers a glimpse into Hadnall life in years gone by.
Around ten minutes’ drive away, Hawkstone Park features three golf courses, activities including abseiling, archery and mountain biking, and The Follies - acres of historic woodland, caves and ancient ruins.
Just a short drive from Church View, Shrewsbury is home to attractions including Shrewsbury Castle, St Chad’s Church and the famous Quarry Park - the setting for concerts, carnivals and the town’s annual food festival.
Once a year, Quarry Park hosts the spectacular Shrewsbury Flower Show, which showcases fabulous floral exhibits, live music, show jumping and a firework finale, all within the 29 acres of England’s most used public park.
The Quarry is also famous for The Dingle - its beautiful sunken landscaped garden. The town offers an array of shops, bars and restaurants, and The Buttermarket is a Grade II listed building that hosts live music, sporting events and club nights.
Staging a variety of concerts, comedy shows and theatre productions, Shrewsbury’s Theatre Severn is the region’s premier arts venue. Rated ‘good’ by OFSTED, Hadnall CofE Primary School is a few minutes’ walk away.
A selection of secondary schools and colleges can be found nearby, including leading day and boarding school, Packwood Haugh.