David Wilson Homes

Montgomery Place - OSWESTRY

New Build Homes in OSWESTRY

Available Homes

4 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £390,000

Development Information

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About This Development
Located just a short walk from the market town of Oswestry is our lovely development, Montgomery Place. Enjoy wonderful countryside and the pretty waterways of Shropshire nearby. And benefit from easy access to the M54 and A5. LAST HOME REMAINING Luxury four bedroom home ready to move into. Includes flooring and an upgraded kitchen, worth over £9,000. For a limited time only, we're reducing this home by £10,000, NOW £380,000. Don't miss out.

Nearby Schools
Morda CofE Primary School
0.6 miles
Teaching Quality: Good
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The Marches School
0.7 miles
Teaching Quality: Good
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Our Lady and St Oswald's Catholic Primary School
1.1 miles
Teaching Quality: Good
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Nearby Train Stations
Gobowen - 3.3 Miles
Chirk - 6.0 Miles
Ruabon - 9.7 Miles

Nearby Bus Stops
Glentworth Avenue Jct
178 metres
Morda, Miners Arms
452 metres
Morda Miners Arms
452 metres
The Miners Arms PH
452 metres

Developer Information

We established the first Barratt property development company in Newcastle upon Tyne and grew the business steadily, laying the foundation for the growth that followed. We were listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1968.

In 1972, a programme of rapid expansion followed, seeing a series of acquisitions and the creation of new companies.

During the 1990s the Barratt Group grew organically, establishing an unrivalled track record of consistent growth. In April 2007, Barratt acquired Wilson Bowden PLC and today has a network of 25 housebuilding divisions throughout Britain, selling new build homes under the Barratt, David Wilson and Ward Homes brands.

Local Area

The village of Morda has its own shop and Oswestry town centre is just a mile away where you'll find a mix of high street and independent retailers. A market was first recorded in Oswestry in 1190 and this tradition is still very much alive with various weekly and monthly markets held in the town.