Something special is going on in the leafy Shrewsbury suburb of Radbrook.
Radbrook Village is found within 15 acres of prime parkland, just 1.5 miles (2.4km) from Shropshire's vibrant and bustling county town of Shrewsbury. Surrounded by prime residential streets and within a mile (1.6km) of shops, surgeries, schools and play facilities, Radbrook Village is also located within reach of a convenient road and public transport network. The A5 is 1.3 miles (2 km) away and gives direct access to North Wales as well as Telford and the West Midlands conurbation via the M54. The A49 gives direct access to North and South Shropshire and the A53 to Stoke on Trent.
Whether it be a pint of milk, your weekly shop, a stamp or bunch of flowers - Radbrook has a selection of shops and amenities located a mile away. Should you be under the weather or simply need to collect a repeat prescription, the heath facilities all within a mile include a surgery and pharmacy - with more acute needs met at the nearby Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.
Of course, not every day is a holiday - and for most parents the choice of school makes up a huge part of the consideration when moving house. Residents of Radbrook Village need not be concerned, with a choice of excellent schools within catchment.
Radbrook Primary School achieved outstanding results in all subjects at SATS level in 2018, with the combined score of 85% being an impressive 21% *above* the National Average.
Schools serving secondary education within a short distance of Radbrook include The Priory, Meole Brace School, Shrewsbury High School GDST and of course the renowned Shrewsbury School.
Road and Rail networks
With the A5 being 1.3 miles (2 km) and the M54 a shade further your commute is straightforward, and day trips a breeze.
The train network from Shrewsbury Town station takes you direct to Birmingham from an hour, or to Manchester Piccadilly from an 1h 20 minutes, Cardiff from 2h 20 minutes and London Euston from 2h 30 minutes.