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The Spinney

Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Prices from £253,500 to £379,995

The Spinney is a development of new homes in Shrewsbury, enjoying a semi-rural location 10 minutes’ drive from the picturesque town centre and with key transport links nearby. These 2, 3 and 4-bedroom properties will appeal to first-time buyers, families and professionals commuting around the region or into Birmingham.

Development features

2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes

Garages, or allocated parking to all properties

Desirable, semi-rural location

10 minutes’ drive to Shrewsbury town centre

50-minute drive from central Birmingham

Homes available at The Spinney

House styles of

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Oteley Road, Shrewsbury, SY2 6QS


The Acacia

The Chorley

The Almond

Sales office opening hours

Monday 10:30 – 17:00

Tuesday 10:30 – 17:00

Wednesday 10:30 – 17:00

Thursday 10:30 – 19:30

Friday 10:30 – 17:00

Saturday 10:30 – 17:00

Sunday 10:30 – 17:00

Sales office contact

01743 233 289

Siteplan of The Spinney

The site plan is drawn to show the relative position of individual properties, NOT TO SCALE. This is a two dimensional drawing and will not show land contours and gradients, boundary treatments, landscaping or local authority street lighting. Footpaths subject to change. For details of individual properties and availability please refer to our Sales Advisor.

The Spinney lies just a few miles to the south of Shrewsbury town centre, and can be found within about five minutes’ drive from the A5.

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The local area

Sports and leisure

Residents at The Spinney are very well-placed for making the most of all that Shrewsbury has to offer. Footways and cycle links connect these new homes in Shrewsbury to the beautiful local area, and the Rea Brook Valley Local Nature Reserve, a short walk away, is a popular destination with runners and cyclists.

Less than a mile from the development, sports fans will find Montgomery Waters Meadow, the Shrewsbury Town Football Club stadium which is also a regular venue for touring international artists. Also within easy reach are Shrewsbury Cricket Club, and the well-equipped Shrewsbury Sports Village.

Shrewsbury’s medieval heritage and unspoilt Tudor architecture is a draw for visitors from across the country and beyond. Fascinating attractions include the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery, The Dana Prison and the 11th century Shrewsbury Abbey; the town is also famous for being the birthplace of Charles Darwin, and regular organised walking tours offer the opportunity to learn more about his life and to see the many tributes to him around the area.

A rich arts culture thrives in Shrewsbury, and live music can often be heard in its pubs, bars and venues. The Shrewsbury Folk Festival is a highlight of the town’s annual events calendar, as are the Shrewsbury International Comedy Festival and the Darwin Shrewsbury Festival.

Shopping and dining

Shopping in Shrewsbury is varied and appealing, as independent retailers, many of which have been established for decades, greatly outnumber the chain stores in the town centre.

The partially pedestrianised Pride Hill is home to most of the national stores in Shrewsbury, however a plethora of antique dealers, vintage clothing boutiques and intriguing specialist shops can be found down the many medieval streets and alleyways, such as the famous Wyle Cop. The Parade Shopping Centre is a hub of 25 independent shops, encompassing fashion, food and collectables.

Shrewsbury’s independent businesses include a diverse host of restaurants, pavement cafés and bars. Rural Shropshire is known for its fruitful farmland, and so many restaurants in Shrewsbury take advantage of the fresh local produce with seasonal menus that showcase the region’s flavours.

Restaurants in Shrewsbury are focused around the heart of the town centre, and establishments such as Csons, which serves globally-inspired dishes; gourmet burger restaurant Brooklyn Craft; and Mediterranean-British fusion eatery Riverbank Bar & Kitchen all incorporate locally-sourced ingredients into their menus. However, historic pubs are a signature of Shrewsbury. The Three Fishes Inn and The Loggerheads both serve an array of local real ales in buildings that date back centuries.


Families will find a number of well-regarded state, private and independent schools within easy reach of these new homes in Shrewsbury.

Primary and junior schools include Mereside CE Primary School, Meole Brace CE Primary and Nursery, and the independent St Winefride’s School. Secondary age students are catered for by Meole Brace School, The Priory School and Shrewsbury School. Shrewsbury High School, a private school for girls aged 3-19 is located just outside the town centre.

Further education, including apprenticeships, academic and vocational courses is offered by Shrewsbury College, which is a five-minute drive from The Spinney. University Centre Shrewsbury is just over three miles away; further afield are the University of Wolverhampton, 31 miles away, and the University of Birmingham and the Birmingham City University, both of which can be reached by car in around an hour.


While the semi-rural location of The Spinney offers seclusion and relaxation, it is within easy reach of major roads for access to several large cities, which will be of particular benefit to commuters.

The A5 for Birmingham and London, and the A49 for Hereford and Wigan can be reached by car in just a few minutes. Shrewsbury railway station has direct services to Manchester, Birmingham, London and Cardiff, and is around a 15-minute drive from the development. Bus stops for routes into and around Shrewsbury are a short walk away.

The nearest airport to Shrewsbury is Birmingham, around an hour away by car via the M6 and M54.

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