Damson Homes are delighted to announce our first ever luxury new home development in the delightful Welford-on-Avon in Shakespeare's Warwickshire.

The Nightingales will offer just three, most luxurious and spacious, five bedroom detached family homes set towards the end of a private driveway close to the village centre.

Naturally, each home is individually designed by our in-house team and will feature our signature 5 × award-winning specification throughout.

Further details such as final designs, floor-plans, room sizes, and values will be announced shortly — to hear these first along with special reservation opportunities register without obligation below.

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What’s Nearby?

Lying on the banks of the River Avon, Welford-on-Avon is a delightful and quintessential Warwickshire village conveniently located on the borders of Shakespeare Country, the North Cotswolds, and the Vale of Evesham.

Awash with pretty thatched cottages and historic Tudor buildings, Welford-on-Avon has maintained it's unique character and charm and as a result, holds no less than twelve gold and silver medals in the Warwickshire “Best Kept Village Competition”.

The village enjoys a close community and boasts many attractions including the Cress Hill Picnic Area with stunning open countryside views, the Millenium Conservation Area, the Binton Bridge, and one of the tallest Maypoles in England — making a charming landmark in the village centre.

Day-to-day shopping is available through the general store and a well-reputed family butchers. There are also lovely public houses such as The Bell and Shakespeare, as well as an 'Outstanding' Ofsted rated primary school, golf course, village hall and parish church. The village is well served to local needs and is only four miles south-west of Stratford-upon-Avon.

Welford-on-Avon has convenient access to Solihull, Coventry, Birmingham, Redditch, Warwick and Leamington Spa, as well as having good rail links to London from nearby Honeybourne. Junction 15 of the M40 motorway is approximately ten miles away, and the NEC, Birmingham International Airport and Railway Station are all within a comfortable driving distance.