Ettington Park in Wellesbourne

New Homes from Charles Church starting from £550,000

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Stand out from the crowd at Ettington Park

Ettington Park offers an outstanding choice of imposing three, four and five bedroom homes in an ideal location that combines the charms of a rural village with the convenience of easy commuting.

  • High-end, three, four and five bed homes
  • Fantastic rural location, yet near to Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon
  • Every home is unique and built to a high specification
  • Well-regarded schooling nearby for children of all ages
  • Easy accessibility to major routes

Set in the pretty chocolate box village of Wellesbourne in Southern Warwickshire, Ettington Park is the perfect location for buyers looking for rural living coupled with easy access to major towns and cities. Many of the homes at Ettington Park are double-fronted and detached giving the whole development a spacious, elegant feel. The exterior treatment of each individual property varies, making every home unique, and if it's spacious living you're after, many boast double garages and generous gardens. With such a wide choice of designs and styles, there is sure to be something to suit you.

High spec living at Ettington Park

Located to the south of the centre of Wellesbourne, off the Ettington Road, Ettington Park is part of an exciting new community offering a superb choice of distinctive accommodation. All new homes are carefully constructed to Charles Church's exacting standards providing luxurious living space built to a high specification.

Wellesbourne is a vibrant village with convenient access to Warwick, Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon and Birmingham. Situated close to the Cotswolds and the Malvern Hills, Wellesbourne has some of England's most beautiful countryside right on the doorstep. Its meadows and green spaces flank the course of the River Dene through the heart of the village, and the prize-winning heritage site at Chedham's Yard with a restored blacksmith's and wheelwright's workshop dates from the early 19th century. There are many impressive listed buildings to be found throughout the Conservation Area, which was set up in 1969 and later expanded in 1993.

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Wellesbourne offers a selection of small shops, restaurants and pubs, providing all the essential amenities for daily life. The popluar Wellesbourne Airfield Market is open every Saturday from 9am to 4pm.

Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Leamington Spa and Birmingham are all within easy reach, providing a wide range of retail, leisure and cultural amenities.


A short drive away, Stratford-upon-Avon is known as the birthplace of Shakespeare and is famed for its inspiring architecture, beautiful gardens, and a fantastic array of shops, restaurants and highly-regarded schooling.

Nearby, Charlecote Park is a grand 16th century country house, surrounded by its own deer park, on the banks of the River Avon – a great day out for the family. Also run by the National Trust, Hidcote gardens is an Arts and Crafts garden in the north Cotswolds and worth a visit for its meticulously maintained gardens, wildlife and programme of events for all ages.


There is a thriving nursery, primary school and local secondary school.


With access to the M40 from Junction 15 at Longbridge only 5 miles away and with the M42 motorway within easy reach, Wellesbourne is conveniently located for commuting.

Warwick Parkway railway station offers regular trains to London Marylebone (approx. 1 hour 18 mins) and a range of local services to Birmingham (approx. 30 minutes) and beyond.


Wellesbourne is served by Warwick Hospital, with the village itself offering its own surgery for residents.

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5 bedroom detached house for sale
Ettington Park, Wellesbourne CV35
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What Is Help to Buy?

Help to Buy is a government-backed initiative to help people buy a home. It's open to homebuyers (both first-time buyers and home movers) in England who can provide a 5% deposit and is available on homes valued up to £600,000. There are two options - equity share (only available on new build homes).

What Is Part Exchange?

Part Exchange is offered by many housebuilders to help homeowners to buy a new home. Most schemes work by offering a price for your existing home based on an independent valuation - you benefit by having a cash buyer, no onward chain and you can move out of your old home and straight into your new one.

About Charles Church

With over four decades of experience in the housebuilding industry, Charles Church has established itself as one of the leading housebuilders in the country. It builds homes all across the UK, suitable for a range of budgets and buyer requirements, from first-time buyers to growing families.

It is known for its traditional designs, and strives to reflect the local architecture while sensitively converting and restoring historic and commercial buildings. Where possible, period or reg more
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