Leighton Park, Bicton Heath
Leighton Park is being created by the redevelopment of the historic buildings and parkland of the former Shelton Hospital. This will result in a collection of distinctive houses and apartments in a superb and ideally located setting.
The original hospital was opened in 1845 having been conceived by a committee of local worthies led by Sir Baldwin Leighton. The building was designed by George Gilbert Scott and the cost was £17,323! The hospital was extended throughout the 19th and 20th centuries before being finally closed in 2012.
Leighton Park will comprise 159 houses and apartments created within the Heritage Buildings and a number of luxury detached houses located in the wooded grounds.
The Heritage Buildings offer exciting options for all purchasers. Smaller apartments are ideal for first-time buyers or those seeking a secure investment, whilst a wide range of larger homes will appeal to those seeking more spacious, luxurious and easily managed accommodation. All properties at Leighton Park are eligible for the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.
Leighton Park Heritage Buildings
The Heritage Buildings form the centre of the Leighton Park development at the former Shelton hospital on the outskirts of Shrewsbury. Located in a beautiful parkland setting, there will be 159 unique houses and apartments to suit all types of buyer.
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The Furlongs at Leighton Park
The Furlongs is part of our second phase development at Leighton Park and comprises 47 new build homes, including detached, semi-detached and mews houses.
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