October 30, 2020

Solihull housing development approaches end of construction

Just three five-bedroom homes remain for sale at a new housing development in Tidbury Green.

Bellway West Midlands is building 231 new homes at Tidbury Heights, off Fulford Hall Road, including 98 affordable properties for local people.

Nearly 90 per cent of the homes have now been built, and just 15 properties remain, including three executive five-bedroom homes.

One of the final homes is the five-bedroom Chadwick, which features an open-plan kitchen and dining area, a utility room, family room, dining room, two en suites, a double garage and an attractive bay window at the front of the property. Prices for this property start at £745,879.

Construction work at Tidbury Heights started in May 2017, with 206 new homes now occupied by their new residents. Sales have been progressing well since the site reopened in May this year and work on site is set to be complete by June 2021.

House-hunters are able to book an appointment for a personal tour of the five-bedroom Cedar Supreme showhome, which is located at the back of the development. There are also Chadwick and Laurel view homes which can be explored at the site.

Sales Director for Bellway West Midlands, Marie Richards, said: “Tidbury Heights has provided a great selection of high-quality homes for local people in the Solihull area. We are now down to the final 15 homes for sale, so I would encourage anyone interested to visit the site to avoid missing out on being part of this new community.

“The last house types remaining for sale have been appealing mostly to upsizers, professional couples, and growing families, although we have been helping a whole range of residents find their dream homes at Tidbury Heights, including downsizers, families with young babies, single people, retirees, and couples of all ages.

“Tidbury Heights is a very attractive and well-established development with lots of public open space, surrounded by beautiful oak trees. The leafy village of Tidbury Green is an extremely aspirational area to live, with several residents commenting that it’s like living in the countryside, yet being close to key towns, local amenities and the city centre of Birmingham. There is also a children’s play area and pond on site for people to enjoy.

“Good transport links are a key part of the development’s appeal, with the M42 close by for quick access to the motorway network, while it’s less than 10 miles from central Birmingham and less than a mile from Wythall railway station. As well as this, the Solihull Sears Retail Park can be reached in under ten minutes by car.

“Meanwhile, many buyers have said they’re keen to buy now and take advantage of the stamp duty holiday – in place until next year – which has saved them a considerable amount of money on their purchase.”

As part of the planning permission, Bellway will be making financial contributions of £802,479 to provide additional secondary school places, £257,397 for additional places at Tidbury Green Primary School, £228,000 for transport, and £16,442 for Dickens Heath and Cheswick Green surgeries.

For more information on the homes available at Tidbury Heights, call the sales team on 0121 756 0260, or visit bellway.co.uk.