New Build Homes in Burton-on-Trent
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Whether you’re a first-time buyer, a growing family, a downsizer or an investor, a new home in Burton-on-Trent ticks countless boxes. This well-connected market town in Staffordshire boasts a central UK location, making it easy to travel for work or leisure.
Our Keepmoat housing developments in Burton-on-Trent are conveniently located with a range of local amenities on your doorstep. You’ll find supermarkets close by, with fantastic eateries and pubs all within a mile radius. Our new homes in Burton offer the highest standards, with customisable options and only the best attention to detail. They’re in high demand, so explore our Burton-on-Trent new builds today to begin your move.
Why choose a new build home in Burton-on-Trent?
One of the great things about a home in Burton-on-Trent is your handy, central location. Burton-on-Trent is connected to multiple cities, with easy access across the country. Located in Staffordshire, Burton-on-Trent is also close to the Derbyshire border and has easy access to the Peak District. Whether you’re looking for stunning countryside or nearby cities for work, Burton-on-Trent has it all.
Burton-on-Trent is a town with plenty of history, particularly in brewing – the town was the original hub of the UK beer brewing industry. On the high street, you’ll discover all the big retailers you need, yet the town maintains a compact, local, friendly feel. It’s easy to get around and explore, and you can find plenty of independent shops, restaurants and, of course, breweries. With all this and much more, it’s no surprise so many people are looking to buy a new home in Burton-on-Trent.
Things to do if you buy a house in Burton-on-Trent
As we’ve mentioned, Burton-on-Trent is the brewing capital of the world, and you can’t buy a home here without paying a visit to the National Brewery Centre. Here, you can learn all about the birthplace of British beer. There are guided tours giving a history of beer and brewing in the UK, and you’ll also be given a chance to sample ales brewed on site. The Centre also offers bar meals and a banquet hall, where you can enjoy meals expertly paired with beer.
If you want to get out and explore the great outdoors, Burton has plenty of options, too. Fifteen minutes from the town centre, you’ll find Branston Waterpark, an area perfect for families where you can enjoy gorgeous views and wildlife before relaxing in the café and play area. You’re also close to Barton Marina, at the heart of the UK canal network, which offers stunning walks around surrounding lakes and trails as well as a tea room, restaurant, pub, café and shops. For even more shopping, entertainment and culture, Derby, Leicester, Stoke-on-Trent and Birmingham are all easily accessible, opening up countless options for days out and things to do.
Burton-on-Trent is extremely well connected, thanks to its central location in the UK. The A38, A511, A444 and A50 are all minutes away, easily connecting you with the rest of the Midlands. There is also a railway station on the Midland Mainline, offering quick and easy travel to cities in the Midlands and beyond. For travel further afield, East Midlands Airport is just 13 miles away, while Birmingham airport is under an hour away by car or train.
If you’re looking for a new build home in Burton-on-Trent to move to with a growing family, you can find a range of primary and secondary schools on your doorstep. For further education, the University of Derby is close by. The central location of Burton also makes it simple to travel further afield for university; both Nottingham and Birmingham are easily accessible.