Maplevale Homes

Cornfields Austrey

A development comprising twenty-three traditional two, three and four bedroom homes in the beautiful village of Austrey in North Warwickshire.


Creating sustainable homes which enjoy exclusivity and superb specification as standard, Maplevale specialise in bespoke homes in desirable locations, with an in-house design and construction team to ensure every home meets the highest standards of design and functionality.

General Interior
Softwood staircase with oak handrails. Royale Modern oak veneer door with co-ordinating glazed door between lounge and kitchen (where applicable).

Floor finishes - Camaro luxury vinyl tiles to kitchen, hallway, WC, bathrooms and en-suites.

Carpets are available as an optional extra, please consult the sales advisor for further details.

Kitchens by Sheraton kitchens as per relevant kitchen layout. A choice of colour and finish is available, please consult your Sales Advisor for further details.

All appliances are CDA integrated models in stainless steel;
Oven – with induction hob. Double oven where indicated on 3 & 4 bedroom homes
Hood – stainless steel chimney with flat glass surround
Integrated 50/50 fridge freezer
Integrated dishwasher (to suit kitchen layout).

Bathrooms and en suites are fitted to a luxurious standard with white sanitary ware and complementary chrome fittings.

The exteriors of each home are just as appealing, with UPVC double glazed windows throughout.

Garages have retractable garage doors and personal doors.

Gardens are lawned with patio areas.

Please note the above information is for guidance only and is subject to change. The Sales Agent will be able to confirm the full specifications of plots on this development

Austrey lies in the northern tip of Warwickshire, near junction 11 of the M42, seven miles from Tamworth and eight miles from Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Close by are Twycross Zoo and Market Bosworth, famous for the battle of Bosworth Field in 1485 when Richard III was killed.

Formerly known as Adulfe’s Tree or Adulestry (Domesday Book gives Adulvestrev), Austrey had 124 houses and 497 inhabitants in 1841, but only 335 people in 1911. The census of 1981 showed a large increase to 962.

Throughout the village are many delightful old properties, such as the black and white Bishops Farm, bearing the date 1521. Over the road stands a fine three-storey Manor House. The intriguing Saddler’s Cottage stands broadside to Warton Lane, and Farthings is a fine timbered property, once the shop and post office. A modern general store and post office is across the road, providing a wide variety of services.

Built in 1808, the Baptist church stands just off the main road. Many slate headstones are still to be found around the car park. St Nicholas’ church looks down over the village, as it has done since the 13th century. The elegant Old Vicarage is no longer the home of the vicar of Austrey and Warton; he now lives in a modern house next door.

Conveniently close to the church is the Bird in Hand pub, the only remaining thatched house in the village. Outside stands a medieval plinth, said to be the meeting place of those seeking work in years gone by. In 1897 a cross was erected on the top of the four octagonal stone steps, to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria.

Austrey Parochial School, built in 1850, has been used as a village hall since Austrey Church of England First School was opened elsewhere in the village in 1969. This school is now a primary school, taking children to eleven years old.


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Call: 0121 747 4722



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