Claremont, off Wellington Road, offers a range of apartments, mews properties and townhouses in the grounds of a former high school. The original façade of the listed building is being retained to create exclusive apartments.
A great location....
Bilston, where Claremont is situated, while it retains a lot of its traditional character - it even boasts a Town Hall that is currently being restored - is essentially a suburb of Wolverhampton.
Wolverhampton provides everything you could want in a modern city. It is, in fact one of the countries newest cities - 'The Millennium City', being granted this much contested status at the start of this century.
From the urban to the rural....
Shopping, art, culture, sport, nightlife, cafés, restaurants and wine bars - there's an energetic mix of them all.
It's at the heart of the motorway and rail networks, placing it within easy reach of anywhere in the UK and making it an excellent base for exploring the Midlands.
Just 17 miles from Birmingham, Wolverhampton is the gateway between the historic Black Country and the beautiful countryside of Shropshire and Staffordshire.
From Walsall town centre
Take A454 towards junction 10 of the M6 motorway. At that roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A463 Black Country Route. After approximately two miles at the roundabout, Lunt junction, take the 2nd exit.
At the next roundabout, take 3rd exit. At the roundabout take the fourth exit onto Oxford Street (A41) Take 2nd exit at the mini roundabout. Straight over the traffic lights with St Leonard's Church on the left. Straight over at the next set of traffic lights. The Site is situated on right hand side, approximately 5.5 miles from Junction 10.