Wednesfield Area guide

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Wednesfield is a thriving suburb of Wolverhampton city. The area offers a huge sense of vibrancy that attracts a diverse range of people who utilise all it has to offer. The area boasts fantastic transport links via motorways M6, M5, M54 and M42, ample bus routes and a train station with direct routes to both London and Birmingham. Residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to local amenities as there are a vast array of shops, restaurants, bars and delicatessens with the Bentley Bridge Retail Park nearby.

The Wednesfield property market is always buoyant with the number of ex local authority properties on offer on the popular Ashmore Park and Perry Hall Estates for first time buyers and investors alike- picking up properties for around £100,000, An array of family homes are on offer on traditional estates such as Lyndale Park and modern developments, such as the Yale Estate, go for around £160,000. Prestigious distinguished cottages and detached residences edging onto fields are available in Essington upto £350,000. A number of new build developments have emerged adding another opportunity to buyers to step onto the housing ladder.

A diverse community with a mixture of cultures and backgrounds. Young families are drawn to the area because of the choice of schools and due to the expansion of the nearby New Cross hospital and opening of the I54, professionals are also looking to move into the area.

Famous people from Wednesfield include Olympic Champion Tessa Sanderson, Olympic gymnast Hayley Price, Olympic gymnast Kristian Thomas, ex-England rugby union player Martin Cooper, Apprentice runner-up Ruth Badger, Darts players John Cosnett and Wayne Jones, recent X Factor contestants 4Sure and Liam of One Direction who come from nearby in Bushbury, and Kevin Rowland, frontman of Dexys Midnight Runners. Wednesfield was formerly well known for making all kinds of traps, from mousetraps, to mantraps and locks. Many of the factories that dominated the area have been cleared to make way for houses and other buildings.

As Wednesfield has developed over the years so have the types of property available to buy. We have beautiful Georgian properties with original features, Victorian terraces, 1930's bay fronted semi's, 1950's traditional properties and ex local authority housing, and the more modern developments.

There is always a good supply of property available in Wednesfield, it is a fast moving market due to the number of growing families, investors and new employment opportunities in the area attracting people to Wednesfield.

Broad Lane South and Amos Lane are considered some of the most desireable roads in Wednesfield with Crab Lane and Sneyd Lane amongst the most desirable addresses in Willenhall. These roads offer an array of bespoke detached properties set away from the road on good size plots.

Properties available to let range from £350 for a one bedroom flat to £750 for a 4 bedroom detached residence. A traditional three bedroom semi detached property is usually around £575 per calendar month, this increases to £600 with a garage.

The local Bentley Bridge Retail Park has Restaurants, pubs, shops and leisure facilities in abundance. There is Mexican, Italian, Nando's, Cosmos, Pizza Hut, KFC and MC Donald’s to name a few. There are shops including, Next, Argos, Pet World, Dreams, Aldi, Sainsburys superstore, B&M, Laura Ashley, Peacocks, Dorothy Perkins and many more.

We have gyms, swimming baths, bowling alleys and a cinema all within walking distance of Wednesfield High Street. St Thomas's Church is rich in history and stands tall in the centre of the village. We also have a newly renovated community centre and Sikh Temple. The Wolverhampton University and the Grand Theatre are a short bus route away. Wednesfield is also home to a speedway race track and has its own football club.

Transport links from Wednesfield are fabulous by bus, train or motorway. Easy access to the M6, M54, M42 and the Black Country Route. Bus routes into Wolverhampton run every few minutes and there is Direct Rail travel from the city to London and to Birmingham. The area has a number of parks and playgrounds for children to enjoy and one of the largest is King George Park in the Centre of Wednesfield itself.

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