Sitting in an ideal location on the edge of the Black Country, you can enjoy the beautiful countryside surrounding Halesowen whilst still being within easy reach of Birmingham city centre. Halesowen itself has plenty to offer including great schools, excellent transport links and many leisure facilities. The Pavilions brings 59 new homes to the area offering a variety four bedroom family homes.
Haden Hill Park is only a short drive away and is ideal for a summer's day, providing a children's play area, Bowling Green, nature reserve and a Victorian mansion.
An old Tudor manor house surrounded by gardens hosting a variety of activities, workshops and exhibitions all year round.
The Pavilions is less than a ten minute drive or half an hour walk from Halesowen high street and Cornbox Centre where you will find a great range of shops and cafÃ©s including New Look, Superdrug, Argos, Coffee 2 and a large Asda.
Schools and education
The Pavilions is idela for growing families with children of all ages as it is surrounded by a great selection of Nursery and Primary schools, with the closest Secondary school being Leasowes Community College which is less than 10 minutes' drive away. Halesowen College is also int he local area providing many different course for those seeking further education.
- Highfields Primary School (0.4 miles)
- Olive Hill Primary School (0.6 miles)
- Temple Meadow Primary School (0.7 miles)
Distances are straight line measurements
A brand new indoor karting circuit located in the centre of Halesowen, with children and adults on the same track it will be a fun filled day for all the family.
Sales centre and show homes open Wednesday to Monday, 10am-5pm
Tel: 0121 396 0075 Local call rate
Barratt Developments is the largest housebuilder by volume in Britain and operates from around 380 sites across the UK. It operates under the Barratt Homes, Barratt London and David Wilson Homes brands. It also has a commercial development business.
The company laid out an ambitious plan to increase production to 16,000 units by 2016 a 40% increase over 4 years and committed over £1bn to land investment, an 80% increase.
Barratt has not only delivered an improving financial performance, it has underpinned future performance through an investment of £1bn in new land. At the same time it has continued to transform it business through investment in quality, training programmes, customer service, design and environmental innovation.
Recent progress in the business include:
Winning more Pride in the Job Awards for the quality of its site managers than any other company for 10 years in a row
The company has retained the HBF Five star Status for five consecutive years the only major company to do so
Introducing the Building for Life 12 design code for new sites
Establishing the first ever Housebuilding Foundation degree programme at Sheffield Hallam, training over 1,000 sales advisers through our own academy and committing to recruit 1,100 apprentices, graduates and interns over the next 3 years.
Successfully building homes to Code 4 without the use of renewables under the AIMC4 programme and continuing to work on exemplar schemes such as Hanham Hall and Derwenthorpe.
Expanding our presence in London through innovative joint venture partnerships with London & Quadrant, British Land and Morgan Stanley.