Great Barr, West Midlands
Beacon Heights Park is a Park Home Estate catering for the over 55's, which is situated in Barr Beacon, Nr Great Barr and Streetly. Beacon Heights Park offers rural peace and quiet, being only 5 miles from Birmingham centre and sitting on the edge of the Forest of Mercia.
A post office, local shops, hairdressers, bakers, greengrocers, and public house and the Doctor’s surgery are conveniently located nearby. In addition there is and a management team who ensures the smooth day-to-day running of the Park. All homes have a car parking bay, landscaped garden and have the benefit of unspoiled spectacular views over the rural countryside and fishing lakes.
Local sports facilities include golf, swimming, bowls, walking, fishing, sailing, horse riding and many more.
New Park Homes For Sale
All new homes sited are fully furnished and have tiled roofs, gas central heating and double glazing. The brick skirt, paths and steps are included in the price quoted. If you would like to visit this Park, please telephone our sales team who will be pleased to show you around and advise on up to date plot availability.
The Local Area
Beacon Heights is set in idyllic countryside, five miles north of Birmingham.
It has spectacular views over open fields and fishing lakes.
There is bus stop at the park entrance and it is only a short distance to local shops and amenities.
Visiting Beacon Heights you would be surprised to find that you're only five miles from Birmingham, for the Park is set in wonderful open countryside - a perfect peaceful setting. Directly opposite the Park is the beautiful Forest of Mercia, a community forest that is part of the country's largest environmental improvement programme. There are two long "Forest Ways" to explore and many more shorter walks.
The nearby towns of Great Barr and Streetly offer all that you would expect: a golf course, shops, supermarkets and many fine bars and restaurants. The area is known for its many parks, in particular Sandwell Valley Country Park. It has acres of woodland and a lake with boats to hire. Or why not visit its historic farm which houses many rare breeds of animal?
For those who want to travel a little further afield, Birmingham has everything that you would expect from a major city. The city centre is being completely redeveloped. There, you'll not only find all the major retailers, but cinemas, trendy bars and stylish restaurants.
Great Barr is well placed for national travel, being close to both the M6 and the M5. Birmingham Airport is not far away and the train station at Butlers Lane links to Birmingham and to the rest of the UK.
If you want to be near to Birmingham and all that it has to offer then why not live in Great Barr?