Earls Keep lies a few minutes’ walk away from amenities such as a local convenience store, Church, High Ercall Tennis Club, local bus routes and is around a 6 minute walk away from High Ercall Primary School; perfect for families. It also borders acres of fields and countryside, giving these desirable homes a rural feel.
This latest development is about a 22 minute drive away from Shrewsbury Town Centre with excellent links to the surrounding areas. Shrewsbury train station includes direct services to Birmingham, Manchester and Cardiff. You can also reach Wellington in around 6.5 miles and Telford in 10 miles if travelling by car.
Nestled in the stunning Shropshire countryside lies the village of High Ercall (pronouced High Arcal), largely clustered around the remains of High Ercall Hall - a 13th-century fortified manor.
Just 20 minutes by road to the county town of Shrewsbury and 10 minutes from the new town of Telford, this historic village featured on Channel 4’s TimeTeam and is home today to the medieval church of St Michael, a good local primary school, convenience store and popular tennis club.
With a choice of local rail stations within 20 minutes drive, direct links to Shrewsbury, Birmingham, Manchester and Cardiff make this a popular location for both professionals and families.
As well as a wealth of walking and cycling routes on the doorstep, outdoor enthusiasts can make the most of facilities at the nearby Hawkstone Park, with its golf course, abseiling, mountain biking and archery. The variety of high-street and independent shops, restaurants and arts facilities in nearby Shrewsbury - including theatre, concerts and comedy shows at Theatre Severn - mean the local area truly offers something for everyone, whatever your likes and interests.
Earl’s Keep is a beautiful range of 3, 4 and 5-bed detached homes set among acres of fields and open countryside. Designed with modern living in mind, it offers a range of flexible designs in a rural but easily-accessible location.
Earls’ Keep occupies an enviable address in the heart of the Shropshire countryside, just a twenty-minute drive from the market town of Shrewsbury, this thriving town offers a wide choice of shops, restaurants and bars.
The Grade A listed Shrewsbury Library is the largest in Shropshire, and the Theatre Severn stages a variety of plays, concerts and comedy shows, perfect for a night out! The town is also home to Shrewsbury Castle and Quarry Park – a popular venue for several concerts, carnivals, the annual food festival and a spectacular flower show which takes place here every year.
In addition, Telford is also just a 20 minute drive away. Here, you will find excellent shopping opportunities and a vibrant nightlife, as well as Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom, which is perfect for a day out with the children.