Woodfields is a stunning collection of new detached three and four-bedroom homes situated in the stunning village location of Hinstock and with nine house styles on offer you'll be spoilt for choice!
Only 6 miles from the market town of Market Drayton and just over 8 miles from Newport, Hinstock is a lovely rural village enjoying an enviable position in the heart of the picturesque Shropshire countryside. Boasting a village shop, pub, primary school and a range of sports and fitness facilities, this is a fabulous place to call home.
Woodseaves Miniature Railway lies just 3 miles away from home; perfect for those with children looking for a fun day out. Nearby Telford offers even more family fun; Ski, Snowboard and Skate at Telford's Snow and Ski Centre or for those more adventurous types discover the caves and mines at Hawkstone Park Shrewsbury!
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Situated less than six miles away from the market town of Market Drayton, the parish of Hinstock is a charming place to call home; surrounded by open countryside, but with several easily accessible nearby towns.
In Hinstock itself, you will find the Falcon Inn pub, a tennis club, church, a village shop and post office.
Residents can also make use of the Memorial Hall which is home to a range of community events including private functions, exercise classes and dance clubs.
For outdoor adventures, around ten minutes away by car you will find Hawkstone Park with a range of pursuits available such as golf, abseiling, mountain biking, archery and The Follies - an area of ancient woodland, caves and ruins.
Hinstock is conveniently located near the A41 which provides excellent links to Shrewsbury, Telford and Stafford. From railway stations at Whitchurch, Shrewsbury and Stafford, you can reach destinations such as London and Birmingham, with the added convenience of direct links to Manchester and Cardiff.
Market Drayton, a historic market town which offers an array of shops, bars and restaurants, can be found just an 11-minute drive away.
With an abundance of half-timbered, Georgian and Victorian buildings, as well as a bustling market that has been held on Wednesdays since the 1200s, this is a fantastic place to spend a few hours. Around 15 minutes drive south of Hinstock is the town of Newport, home to a selection of shops, bars and cafes.
To the east you will find Aqualate Mere; the largest natural lake in the Midlands, a perfect beauty spot for rural walks. Also close by is Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom, a family-focused zoo and farm park which hosts regular events and activities.
For those who like to keep fit, the Maurice Chandler Sports and Leisure Centre is just a nine-minute drive away, complete with a gym, astro pitch, roller arena and a range of fitness classes. In addition, Market Drayton Golf Club caters for golfers of all abilities on its picturesque parkland course.
Perfect for families, there are several primary and secondary schools nearby. In the village itself, and rated ‘good’ by OFSTED, Hinstock Primary School is within easy walking distance of home.