CGI street view of 4 bedroom new build Anwyl homes

Queen’s Meadow, Shavington

Welcome to the neighbourhood

Queen’s Meadow is a development of 84 homes ranging from bungalows to two, three and four-bedroom properties across two floors. Your new neighbours are a mix of growing families, young professionals and downsizers.

The development is one of the newest additions to the historic village of Shavington, Cheshire. It’s a peaceful community, with plenty of green space and easy access to nearby Crewe for a taste of city life.

Within 3 miles of your front door, there are supermarkets, schools, gyms, recreation facilities, restaurants, bars, medical centres and a post office.

Love where you live

  • Shavington is 2 miles outside of Crewe city centre and less than 4 miles from the market town of Nantwich. The cities of Stoke-on-Trent, Liverpool and Manchester are within easy reach, whether you’re off to work or on a day out. Nearby train stations, Nantwich and Crewe carry you to Cheshire, Staffordshire, the North West and London. 
  • Shavington has plenty of conveniences within walking distance, including supermarkets, beauty salons, a village hall and a fish & chip shop for a Friday night treat. Nantwich has a wider selection of restaurants, supermarkets and pubs, as well as a pool and gym.
  • For a taste of the city, head to Crewe for your favourite international cuisine, theatre, cinema, parks and the famous Chester Zoo. When you’re ready to swap city for country, you can be in the Peak District National Park in under 1 hour. 
  • If you’re starting or raising a family, Shavington Primary School is nearby. After the last bell, you’ll find plenty of activities to keep them busy at Shavington Leisure Centre.
Your local area

Shavington is a peaceful community surrounded by green spaces, just south of the popular town of Crewe.

With the market town of Nantwich less than 4 miles away and the city of Stoke-on-Trent within easy reach, people buying homes in Shavington will find themselves well connected to both Cheshire and Staffordshire. Families benefit from a choice of local schools, with Shavington Primary School nearby and plenty of activities at the nearby Shavington Leisure Centre catering for all ages.

Crewe’s railway station, which opened in 1837, is still a major transport hub today and connects commuters from the North West to London and beyond. If you are interested in exploring the region’s history, you will find a number of listed buildings and former stately homes throughout the region.

Families and those who enjoy nature and green spaces can visit Queens Park, currently being restored to its former glory. The popular Chester Zoo is less than an hour away, as are beauty spots in the Peak District National Park. These beautiful surroundings and connectivity make it easy to see why Shavington is such a popular choice for homebuyers of all ages and interests.