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Join us at our launch evening in Shrewsbury

We are thrilled to extend a special invitation to you for the launch of our brand-new development, Five Oaks, at Darwin’s Townhouse on the evening of Thursday, 11th of July, from 5pm to 8pm. Join us as we unveil our exceptional development, designed to meet the highest standards of modern living.

But that’s not all! During the event, we will have industry experts on hand to provide invaluable advice on purchasing your new home and making the most of your investment, as well as independent financial advisers to offer free mortgage advice. As you explore our plans and speak with our team, enjoy complimentary prosecco and a selection of delightful nibbles. It’s an opportunity not just to discover your dream home but also to gather insights and expert assistance for a seamless transition into your new chapter.

We look forward to welcoming you to Five Oaks and sharing this exciting experience with you!

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Welcome to the neighbourhood

Five Oaks is a charming collection of energy efficient two, three and four-bedroom homes just outside Shrewsbury.

The development offers an enviable lifestyle for you and your family. Just 3 miles from Shrewsbury town centre, you have great motorway access, speedy commuter links and fantastic schools nearby.

Stylish Shrewsbury is famed for its history and heritage. With shops, restaurants and frequent festivals, there’s always something to do. Further afield, enjoy days out in vibrant Birmingham, hike Snowdonia’s peaks or explore the area’s many natural beauty spots.

Love where you live

  • A collection of two, three and four-bedroom homes on the edge of open countryside, many with electric car charging points and PV solar panels.
  • Five Oaks is just minutes outside Shrewsbury, where you can jump on the A5, A49 and A458. Telford is 30 minutes by car. Trains from Shrewsbury take you to Chester, Crewe, Wrexham, Telford, Wolverhampton, Birmingham and even Cardiff within 2 hours.
  • The cultural heart of Shropshire, Shrewsbury packs a lot into a pretty and compact town centre. You’ll find big name shops as well as independent treasures in the historic Shuts. Or indulge your appetite in the town’s many restaurants including renowned fine dining at The Walrus. Make sure you’ve got the Shrewsbury Folk Festival, the Darwin Festival and the Flower Show in the diary. Or enjoy year-round events at the Theatre Seven and films at one of the town’s two cinemas.
  • Jump in the car and you could be browsing Birmingham’s glitzy shopping centres or hiking Snowdonia in no time. Closer to home, you’ve got the National Trust’s Attingham Park, the Shropshire Hills, the Welsh Marches and Long Mynd for dog walks and picnics.
  • There’s a great choice of highly rated primary and secondary schools close to home. Walk 15 minutes to reach Oxon Primary or 10 minutes for The Priory School, both rated outstanding. Shrewsbury College offers sixth form to degree level courses across three campuses. While University Centre runs both undergraduate and post-graduate degrees.
Your local area

Situated on the winding River Severn, Shrewsbury is the heart of Shropshire. The largest town in the country, it has everything you need, in one compact centre. From big name and independent shopping to leisure and fine dining, from outstanding state and independent schools to historic sites at every turn.

With so much to see and do, you may never want to leave, but if you do, the connections are excellent. The A5, A49, and A458 all meet at Shrewsbury. Telford is just 18miles away and the M54 is even closer at just 14miles. Shrewsbury’s central location makes everything possible, from hiking in the mountains of Snowdonia to shopping in the bustling malls of Birmingham.

Trains from the town head in all directions, placing Chester, Crewe and Wrexham, Telford, Wolverhampton and Birmingham, and even Cardiff all within a couple of hours ride.

Of course, the true charm of Shrewsbury lies in its simply stunning location, and with Five Oaks right on the edge of open countryside, you can live that country life to the full.

outstanding education

Here at Anwyl, we know how important your children’s education is to you. That’s why we always aim to build conveniently close to the very best schools. Five Oaks is no exception, with great choice of highly rated primary and secondary schools nearby by.

For younger pupils, the ‘outstanding’ rated Oxon Primary is less than a mile away. Beyond this, the brand new Bowbrook Primary and ‘good’ rated Radbrook and Coleham primary schools all offer just a short school run.

For older pupils, The Priory School is rated ‘oustanding’ and is just ten minutes away. The independent Shrewsbury High School is also rated ‘excellent’ in all areas. Shrewsbury College has three campuses, offering everything from sixth form to degree level courses, while University Centre, Shrewsbury offers both undergraduate and post-graduate degrees.

shopping and leisure

As the county town for Shropshire, Shrewsbury serves a diverse population, and it does so in style. From a choice of modern shopping centres, including The Darwin, Pride Hill and The Parade, to the quirky independents hidden away in Shrewsbury’s historic alleyways of ‘Shuts’, you’ll find something for every taste and budget. Shrewsbury’s culinary offering is just as varied and exciting, with everything from popular family chains to the fine dining of The Walrus.

Culturally, you couldn’t ask for more, with fantastic festivals all year round, including Shrewsbury Folk Festival, The Darwin Festival and the popular Flower Show in the vast park beside the river. In between events, you can enjoy an eclectic bill at Theatre Severn and the latest releases at one of Shrewsbury’s two cinemas.

Retrace the steps of Shrewsbury’s most famous resident, Charles Darwin in town, or head east to head back in time at the impressive Wroxeter Roman City. Further afield, the National Trust’s Attingham Park, Shropshire Hills AONB and the remarkable landscape of the Welsh Marches and Long Mynd are all well worth a visit.

sustainable new homes in shropshire

Being surrounded by such natural beauty will inevitably inspire you to want to do all you can for the environment – and buying an Anwyl home is a great first step. We don’t just set vague targets for a low carbon future; we’re dedicated to protecting the environment right now. We build smarter, more sustainable homes that make a practical, positive difference to the way you live today.

These energy-efficient homes all come fitted to the highest standards of sustainability, with extra insulation to reduce your energy use. Efficient electric car charging technology is built in to every home, and solar panels come as standard, cutting your bills, and your emissions, even further.

And it doesn’t stop there. All Anwyl homes come ready for the future, with structures and systems designed to accommodate the very latest energy saving advances, such as air source heat pumps, to keep you at the cutting edge.