Willmott Meadow will be a development of new build properties, some with views over rolling hills. The homes will be set among existing trees and hedgerows, and as well as public green spaces, each property is complimented by it's own private garden. Most properties have private garage parking and will be built using local materials that reflect the unique character of the town.
Spacious, sophisticated and stylish, these luxury properties are built by Taylor Wimpey Midlands, a multi-award winning team, so you can expect the highest of quality and security in your new home.
Wem is a pretty market town, located between Whitchurch and Shrewsbury.
Famous for being the birthplace of the sweet pea, Wem still holds an Annual Sweet Pea Festival and Henry Eckford, inventor of the sweet pea remains a local legend to this day. In fact Miss Willmott, a salmon pink sweet pea and one of Eckford's creations, inspired the name of the development. Wem has been a market town since 1202 and has a history of being the centre of trade in North Shropshire.
Wem is full of friendly folk - It could be down to the pace of life or simply that there are plenty of coaching inns where the ales are as real as the warmth of the welcome.
Wem is a wonderfully quaint community and more information about the history of the town, and news and information can be found on the Wem Town Council Website. Wem Town Hall is a delightful venue with a liscenced cafe and wi-fi, and holds many community events such as workshops and exhibitions.SHOPS
Numerous small speciality shops line the central streets of Wem, such as the Treacle Mine, an old-fashioned sweet shop, and a traditional iron mongers.SCHOOLS
Thomas Adams School in Wem is a Grade 1, Outstanding (OFSTED) School and Arts College, specialising in the media arts, and the nearby Adams House Boarding school is part of the same group.TRANSPORT
The hourly number 511 bus takes you from Wem through to Whitchurch, or back in the other directions towards Shrewsbury.
The train from Wem train station on Aston Road to Shrewsbury take just over 15 minutes according to National Rail.HEALTH
Wem Surgery on New Street serves the area, and Spadental on Chapel Street offers preventative, restorative and cosmetic dental care.
Whitchurch Hospital is the nearest hospital and is located approximately 8.4 miles away.LEISURE
The Macdonald Hill Valley Spa, Golf and Leisure Club is the perfect venue for a treat, with stunning facilities and a luxury country club atmosphere.
Nearby is also Hawkstone Historic Park and Follies the grade 1 listed landscape that was voted 2003's 'Adventure of the Year' by the Good Britain Guide.