Houses For Sale in Staffordshire

With its close proximity to Birmingham and easy access to a number of other popular areas of the Midlands and beyond, it’s easy to understand why the county of Staffordshire is an ideal place to live. With a number of major towns, villages and beautiful countryside all close by, you’ll discover that there’s always so much more to this popular county.

  • Chenet Chase - New Homes in Cannock

Cannock - Chenet Chase

Lakeside Bvld, Cannock, Staffordshire WS11 0GU

2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses
Prices from £167,500

  • The Hollies - New Homes in Gnosall

Gnosall - The Hollies

Knightley Road, Gnosall, Staffordshire ST20 0EW

4 & 5 bedroom houses
Prices from £340,000

There’s always more to Staffordshire

With everything you need located right on your doorstep, and some of the most idyllic towns, villages and countryside around, Staffordshire has it all. From a great number of shopping centres to numerous street and farmer’s markets in the county’s pretty towns and villages, those who enjoy shopping have a great number of places to visit. Staffordshire is also at the heart of the inland waterways network, and the many miles of canals make for a leisurely and peaceful day out with the family. For those who want a bit more of the great outdoors, the Peak District is an ideal location for walks, outdoor pursuits or just to enjoy the beautiful, unobstructed views.

Getting in, around and out of the county

As well as all that Staffordshire offers, new homes in Cannock also benefit from being nearby to some excellent motorway and main road links to major towns and cities in the Midlands. The M6, M6 toll and M54 are all within easy reach, as well as the A5, which provides links to London and Wales. And with Staffordshire’s central location, the M1 and M42 are also easily accessible. If you are commuting or just travelling in general, Wolverhampton and Burton-upon-Trent can be reached in under an hour by car, with Birmingham and Leicester taking approximately 90 minutes.

Staffordshire has a good public transport network, particularly for rail travel. Direct trains from Stafford will reach London Euston in just under 2 hours, while Manchester Piccadilly and Liverpool Lime Street stations can both be reached in approximately an hour.

There is an extensive and reliable bus service, meaning that getting around the county is simple. Staffordshire is also easily accessible from East Midlands, Manchester and Birmingham international airports, so getting to other parts of the UK and abroad is effortless.