Queens Walk is an exciting new collection of three, four and five-bedroom homes and three-bedroom bungalows located in the historic village of Baschurch.
With 29 private homes this beautiful new development builds on the success of our Kings Vale collection, offering an extended opportunity to enjoy village life with excellent town centre links.
Queens Walk lies approximately 15 minutes’ drive to Shrewsbury Town Centre, offering a wide range of leisure activities and events. It also borders acres of fields and countryside, giving these desirable homes a rural feel.
Shrewsbury, the county town of Shropshire, is less than ten miles away. Here you will find an array of shops, restaurants, bars and much more.
Discover Shrewsbury Castle and Quarry Park – a popular venue for several events, carnivals, the annual Folk Festival and a spectacular flower show which takes place here each year.
You will also find the Grade A listed Shrewsbury Library, the largest in the County, as well as the Theatre Severn which stages a variety of plays, concerts and dance shows.
For the more adventurous, why not visit the Adventure Rope Course which offers everything from bushcraft to low level parachute jumps – a fantastic place for a family day out.
Perfect for families, there are several schools nearby. Rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted, Baschurch CofE Primary School and The Corbet School Academy are both within walking distance of Queen’s Walk, along with a local opticians and doctors surgery.
Situated in the historic and picturesque village of Baschurch, Queen’s Walk offers a range of new three, four and five-bedroom homes in a perfect location.
As an ancient site thought to be the final resting place of King Arthur, Baschurch is steeped in history. With an abundance of countryside on its doorstep, yet just a 15-minute drive away from Shrewsbury town centre, Baschurch offers the best of both worlds.
One of the oldest buildings in the village is the beautiful medieval All Saints Church, home to a regular Sunday service and various community groups. There is also a local shop, village hall, post office, the Admiral Duncan Pub and Moor Farm Shop. In addition, the Baschurch Tennis Club caters for players of all ages and abilities.
Less than 25 minutes away is the civil parish of Oswestry, a historic market town. Here you will find a large selection of shops, restaurants and amenities. Discover the Kinokulture Cinema, the Cambrian Railways Museum and the spectacular ‘Old Oswestry’ - one of the best-preserved Iron Age hill forts in Britain.
Baschurch is within close proximity to the B5067 and the A5, great for commuting around the region. Additionally, from Shrewsbury train station you can pick up direct links to Birmingham, Manchester and Cardiff.