Look no further than Redrow to provide stunning new builds in Shropshire. We have a wide range of homes that are sure to meet your needs.
Bordering Wales to the west, Shropshire sits in the West Midlands, and is the largest inland county in England. It neighbours Cheshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire, so it's something of a hub. Whether you’re looking to downsize, want to expand your family, or simply want a home for your retirement, we have something for you. Our lovely new homes for sale in Shropshire include multi-bedroom detached family homes, properties with gorgeous open plan kitchens and living rooms, homes with expansive rear gardens, and plenty in between.
At Redrow, we strive to build thriving communities that people really love to call home. Quality is at the centre of everything we do. That's why, when you choose Redrow, you can depend on:
- Ultrafast broadband in your new home.
- A new home that's 'A rated' for energy efficiency.
- Easy access to amenities and essentials from your new home.
- A secure and welcoming neighbourhood.
- A wildlife friendly garden of your very own.
- Plenty of open space and green passages across developments.
Many of our homes in Shropshire are part of our popular Heritage collection, which uses a timeless Arts and Crafts aesthetic. This style is tailored to complement the look of each wider neighbourhood. However, we also love to give you the ability to make your dream home truly yours, which is where My Redrow comes in. With My Redrow, you can choose from a range of finishing touches, or even double down on eco-friendly accessories. The choice is yours.
At Redrow, we also have a wide range of available Incentives that can help you to buy the new build in Shropshire that you're looking at. With a simple 5% deposit, you can move into your dream home with Help to Buy. If you're an existing homeowner, then you can take advantage of Help to Sell, which lets Redrow handle the sale of your current property for you. Then there's Prime Position, which gives you the chance to reserve a new build that's not yet for sale. Whatever your situation is, there's a Redrow Incentive to help.
Find Beautiful New Houses for Sale in Shropshire
As a wider county, Shropshire has an awful lot to offer. There's plenty for you and your family to see and do on a day out. You can even enjoy being transported back in time to Medieval times! The 13th century Stokesay Castle is the most beautiful and best-preserved fortified Manor house that you can see in the whole of England. Just a short 6.54 miles from Shropshire, you can also find the Wroxeter Roman City, and explore the 2,000-year old architecture there. Almost as large as Pompeii, it used to be the fourth largest city in Roman Britain. Then there's the Iron Bridge, Ludlow Castle, the Royal Air Force Museum, and more.
If you want a change from heritage days out, then you're also in luck. With golf, gliding, walking, riding, cycling, fishing, and more - Shropshire has a bit of everything for everyone. You can keep active, start a new hobby, or simply enjoy the beautiful scenery while doing a spot of shopping. Great Britain’s longest river, the River Severn, runs through the county, adding to the spectacular countryside views of the Shropshire Hills. For children, Telfords's Wonderland, Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom, and Coalbrookdale's Enginuity centre are outstanding days out. There’s never a dull day in this lovely region, and our new houses in Shropshire have been carefully built to take modern living to the next level.
New Homes in Shropshire for All Budgets
All of our new builds are set in locations that give you a great sense of tranquillity, while still being connected to major towns. For example, our development in Telford, Abbey Walk, is located within the surrounding vast and open Shropshire countryside, while still being close to Shrewsbury. Similarly, Lime Tree is extremely well connected and is close to main towns, with high-quality schools and amenities nearby.
Several railways and roads link Shropshire to the rest of the UK, with Shrewsbury being the main transport hub in the county. With the M54 connecting to the rest of the motorway network, you’ll be close to major cities for your days out or when you need to do some Christmas shopping. You can also get to London via the M54 in just over three hours, or reach Birmingham in under an hour via the M54 and the M6. You'll have access to airports in Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester too, depending where you're based.