Barton under Needwood
The historic main street is characterised by a number of important Listed buildings testament to its age and prosperity over the decades, and contains a rich variety of local businesses including coffee shops and gift shops along side larger concerns providing daily needs to support the local community, a Co-op convenience store, post office, hair and beauty shops and several welcoming public houses, to name but a few.
Outstanding OFTED rated Academy
At the heart of Barton-under-Needwood is St. James Parish Church and it is the home of the John Taylor High School, an OFSTED rated outstanding Academy, supported by equally able infant and junior schools.
Ideal place to live for 1st time buyers, families and the retired
On the doorstep is the hugely successful Barton Marina Complex, providing moorings for the Trent and Mersey canal along with restaurants, a pub and speciality shopping outlets. The village has grown substantially over the years and away from the High Street provides a variety of homes for first time buyers, families and the retired.
Perfectly positioned for the commuter
Barton under Needwood serves as a hub for a large number of smaller surrounding villages each with their own character and yet with access to the A38 provides superb communication to the larger centres of the Midlands, including Birmingham and Derby which in turn, given the strategic location, connect to London, the West Midlands conurbation and beyond.
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