Roman Heights | Orbit, 3 bed homes
Orbit is proud to present Roman Heights Phase 2, a selection of three bedroom houses, in the sought after village location of Streethay, a beautifully maintained residential village near Lichfield.
Within the catchment for several good schools, and benefitting from a new, purpose-built primary school that will also offer nursery places, Roman Heights is an ideal development for young families.
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Local area information
Roman Heights offers outstanding transport links, thanks to being located so near to the centre of the UK road network. It is within a very short drive of two major roads whose Roman predecessors, Watling Street and Ryknild Street, inspired the development’s historically-themed name. Now, the A5 runs west towards Wales and south-east towards Tamworth, and the A38 runs south to Birmingham and northeast to Burton upon Trent and Derby. Access to the M6 Toll is just five miles away from Roman Heights, with the M42 and M6 also within easy reach.
Nearby Lichfield is a vibrant and historic city located in the heart of Staffordshire, boasting an award-winning array of restaurants, cafes and pubs. Its streets are lined with museums, independent shops, and mouth-watering restaurants, and Lichfield Cathedral is a famous 12th-century building.
Families will enjoy many days out to the National Forest Adventure Farm, Curborough Hall Farm Countryside Centre, and Cannock Chase – classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – is less than ten miles from Lichfield.
Prices are not available yet for Roman Heights | Orbit but you can register your interest to be notified when prices become available.
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