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Bournville Park by Crest Nicholson (Midlands)

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Bournville Park

This contemporary collection of 1,2 & 3 bedroom apartments and 3,4 & 5 bedroom houses is perfectly positioned on the edge of cosmopolitan Birmingham.

Surrounded by mature grassland and just six miles from the centre of Birmingham, these impressive homes cater to a variety of lifestyles.

Residents living here will become part of the area's history, as the homes are set within the former grounds of Northfield Manor House and built on land that has a deep heritage, dating back to the mid-1700s.
  1. Located on the edge of cosmopolitan Birmingham
  2. Surrounded by mature grassland
  3. Impressive homes
  4. Perfect homes for a variety of lifestyles



Manor House Drive, Birmingham, B31 2FN

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

This area is known for its green open space and there are plenty of opportunities for you to enjoy the great outdoors.

Pack a picnic and head to Bournville Village Green, which was recently awarded Green Flag status and plays host to many of the community events. Nearby Cotteridge Park is another wonderful place to visit, with stretches of grassland to amble across and outdoor
sports facilities, including basketball and tennis courts.

Whatever pace of life you are looking for, you will find it here.There are lots of ways to keep active. You can dive in and try a few laps of the pool at Harborne Fitness Centre, partake in a yoga class at the Bannatyne Health Club in Birmingham, or spend your day
on the green at Moseley Golf Club. If you’d prefer to relax, why not treat yourself to a pampering session at Urban Serenity? Or for days out with the family, head to Birmingham to spend an afternoon at the zoo, browse the botanical gardens or wander around the Thinktank Science Museum.

Local Shopping

You can dine out, take in a theatre show or enjoy some retail therapy in the Bullring, which has a mixture of high street and designer brands including Mango, Reiss and Selfridges. The Mailbox, a premier shopping and lifestyle destination, also offers a selection of high-end retailers, including the luxury department store Harvey Nichols. There are also plenty of excellent restaurants and an Everyman Cinema, which features three custom-built movie screens and a fashionable bar.

If you want to stay closer to home, you will have all of the facilities you need on your doorstep. Bournville has a butcher’s, a grocery store, a bakery, a pharmacy and tea rooms. There is also a real community spirit here and residents often gather for events throughout the year, including the annual Bournville Village Festival. Nearby Stirchley offers a great mix of restaurants and Moseley has traditional pubs and a monthly farmers market, which is ideal if you want to source fresh ingredients for your kitchen.


Bournville park is ideally located within reach of excellent schools, which cater for families of all ages.

Bournville Junior School and Bournville Infant School are just a
five-minute drive away and currently have ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted
ratings. The infant school was founded over 100 years ago and has
a rich Edwardian heritage, which is taught to early years students.

Bournville School is also nearby and teaches children aged 11-16. For
those looking for private education, Hallfield School in Edgbaston is
an independent preparatory school and Kings Norton Girls' School
and co-educational Sixth Form is just a five-minute drive away.
Conveniently, The University of Birmingham is also within easy reach
and offers a selection of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Transport Links

Bournville park benefits from excellent connections. there are a number of cycling and walking routes leading out to the surrounding area and travelling by car is simple, with the M5 and the M42 easily accessible.

There are plenty of public transport options to choose from too. Hole Lane bus stop is a five-minute walk away and offers routes to surrounding villages and towns, while the railway station is less than a 10-minute drive away. Bournville station has regular services to Birmingham New Street, with a journey time of just 11 minutes, and you can also catch a direct train to London Euston, which takes less than 2 hours.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Northfield (1.3 miles)
National Train Station logo Bournville (1.3 miles)
National Train Station logo Kings Norton (1.3 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

Crest Nicholson is firmly established as a leading developer with a passion for not only building homes, but also for creating vibrant sustainable communities. With a southern-based bias, the FTSE250 Group has a track record spanning more than 50 years and a broad portfolio of developments which range in size and scale, from contemporary, large scale mixed-use developments to smaller, more traditional housing schemes. As a pioneer of its own Garden Village principles, the Company advocates a holistic approach to development embracing social, environmental and economic factors to create homes for all segments of the community. These developments are founded on good design, high-quality green spaces, and the greater involvement of local people in both vision and long term management.

In line with its commitment to help meet housing demand, apprentices make up c.10% of Crest Nicholson’s entire workforce, and the Group supports the development of jobs and skills at every level.

The Group was named ‘Sustainable House builder of the Year’ at the Housebuilder Awards 2016; is listed in the FTSE4Good index and is a consistent top performer in the Next Generation sustainability benchmark.

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