Bratton Grange

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3 - Portland 10 - Portland 5 - Purbeck 4 - Purbeck Plus 9 - Purbeck 2 - Burlington 7 - Burlington 8 - Burlington 6 - Bratton 1 - Ancaster

Portland

From 699,950

Portland

From 734,950

Purbeck

From 499,950

Purbeck

From 499,950

Purbeck

From 524,950

Burlington

From 544,950

Burlington

From 564,950

Burlington

From 574,950

Bratton

From 629,950

Ancaster

From 649,950

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*APPOINTMENTS ONLY*
Bratton Grange
Bratton
Telford
TF5 0BT

The sales and marketing suite for this development is open at the following times:

Monday
10am - 5pm Appointment Only
Tuesday
closed
Wednesday
closed
Thursday
10am - 5pm Appointment Only
Friday
10am - 5pm Appointment Only
Saturday
10am - 5pm Appointment Only
Sunday
10am - 5pm Appointment Only

Development Details

Bratton Grange features five different house types - each designed to complement the locality and combine twenty-first century technology with the elegance and spaciousness of a bygone era.

Each home has its own garden, some are gated and each enhanced by traditional estate fencing and extensive patios.

The homes are finished to the highest standard and feature top quality fittings and appliances. 

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Location

Bratton village comprises a varied selection of local shops with a reputed public house The Pheasant at Admaston, a short walk away. Just three miles from Bratton is the historic market town of Wellington offering local shops, traditional market, leisure and transport facilities. A wider range of shops, entertainment and leisure facilities can be found nearby in Telford town centre. 

Telford boasts a range of education facilities from nearby St Peters School rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, to the renowned Thomas Telford City Technology College and the successful Wrekin College which includes Old Hall Prep School. 

For outdoor lovers, The Silkin Way offers a green cycling or walking route starting in Bratton and following the winding pathways of dry canals and disused railways to the spectacular Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site. 

Bratton is also in close proximity to The Wrekin, a landmark summit around 1335 feet where outdoor activities can be enjoyed whilst experiencing the breathtaking views of Shropshire.