Local Area – Taylor Wimpey Middlefield Spring, Knowle




Middlefield Spring is a prestigious new collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes pleasingly positioned on the leafy outskirts of sought-after Knowle. Comprising an attractive range of detached, semi-detached, terraced houses and apartments, this exceptional development offers a wealth of choice for everyone. Find out more here:

Situated in a secluded spot on the edge of an established residential area, Middlefield Spring is within easy reach of Knowle’s charming high street. Here you’ll find a wonderful selection of independent boutiques, restaurants, traditional pubs, modern bars and coffee shops alongside a high-quality butcher, a delicatessen and a good range of local shops.

Bustling Solihull, meanwhile, is less than four miles from home for a wider choice of shopping, entertainment and leisure opportunities, including John Lewis and many other big name stores at Touchwood, one of the region’s premier retail destinations.

For recreation, Warwickshire’s attractive rural landscapes are on the doorstep and the peaceful towpaths of the Grand Union Canal area only a mile away, while near to the development are Knowle and Dorridge Racquets Club and the neighbouring cricket club.

The green open spaces of Knowle Park are also within walking distance and all your gardening needs are taken care of at Wyndley Garden Centre, which is just under a mile away.

Middlefield Spring also benefits from being close to a number of well-regarded local schools, including Dorridge Primary School – rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted – and the ‘good’ rated St George and St Teresa Catholic Primary School, which are both less than half a mile from home. The high performing Knowle C of E Primary Academy and Arden Academy for older children are also nearby, with a wider choice of secondary schools available in Solihull.

The development is well located for commuters, with Dorridge railway station under a mile away for regular direct services to Birmingham Moor Street and Snow Hill in around 20 to 25 minutes, as well as to London Marylebone in about 1 hour 40 minutes. Road links are also good thanks to the close proximity of the M42, the M40 and the A34 for Birmingham city centre, while the NEC and Birmingham Airport are both around seven miles away.

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