Retaining many reminders of its historic past, the area has a village feel, with a traditional village green at
its centre, surrounded by a number of historical buildings. Designated as a conservation area, this
central part of Kings Norton enjoys a special charm.>
A range of local shops and businesses cater for daily needs - and nearby Kings Norton station,
a short distance from the development, offers a fast and frequent service into Birmingham New
Street station in just 15 minutes. There is also a regular bus service in the area, with buses every
few minutes ensuring easy access into the city centre.
Duke’s Meadow enjoys easy access to the Midlands motorway network. The M42 and M5 are
within easy reach by road, both approximately 8 miles from the development. Birmingham
airport, around 20 miles away, has two terminals and serves over 40 different airlines.
A beautifully built new home at Duke’s Meadow offers the very best in modern, low
maintenance living. Stylish, contemporary kitchens including integrated appliances, and superbly
appointed bathrooms and en suites all come as standard. A choice of different house styles
ensures that whatever your needs, you’re sure to find the home for you at Duke’s Meadow.
Ranked as the second largest urban economy in the UK, Birmingham is a fantastic city in which
to live and work. This major international commercial centre is an important transport, retail and
conference hub. With three universities and two colleges, the city is also the largest centre for
higher education in the UK.
For shopping, leisure and culture, Birmingham has it all. The world renowned Bullring retail centre
attracts shoppers from miles around, whilst the Mailbox offers an indulgent array of designer
labels and a fabulous selection of exclusive restaurants and bars on the canalside. The Jewellery
Quarter, Birmingham’s gem, makes over 40% of British jewellery and also boasts Europe’s largest
School of Jewellery. The city is home to major cultural institutions including the Birmingham
Royal Ballet, City of Birmingham Symphony orchestra and the Barber Institute of fine Arts
- Train station: Northfield (0.95 mi)
- Primary Schools: West Heath Primary School (0.28 mi), Fairway Primary School (0.35 mi), Hawkesley CofE/Methodist Primary School (0.53 mi), Wychall Primary School (0.54 mi)
- Secondary Schools: St Thomas Aquinas Catholic School (0.68 mi), Kings Norton High School (0.71 mi),
- Airport: Birmingham International Airport is approx 20 miles away
- Hospital: West Heath Hospital (0.28 mi),