New homes in West Felton
Dennis Edwards Homes have been building new homes in West Felton for almost 30 years. Having grown up in the village and remained living there for most of his adult life, company founder the late Dennis Edwards took a special pride in building homes that enhanced the village and its surroundings.
Why buy a new home in West Felton?
If you’re considering a move to Shropshire, you won’t be disappointed with the location, position and quality you’ll get with a Dennis Edwards home in West Felton. Built in the traditional way, but still embracing modern technology, each home is finished to the highest standard, being inspected and signed off personally by the managing director.
Built on generous sized plots with well appointed room layouts, every new home is designed for living and built to last a lifetime and beyond.
Living in West Felton
Anyone buying a new home in West Felton will benefit from the close community and friendly atmosphere on offer in the village.
With local public houses such as The Punch Bowl in the centre of the village and The Queens Head just a mile down the road, you’ll be spoilt for choice – whether you fancy a delicious Sunday roast or a quiet drink by the canal. The village hall, which is the centre of village life is available for hire or the venue of choice for many social gatherings, including the WI.
Just a short stroll away from the centre of the village and you’ll find yourself on winding country lanes, perfect for bike rides and walks. Take in the views, enjoy fresh country air and still be only a five minute walk away from your new home.
About West Felton
West Felton is a village and civil parish located in the north of Shropshire and includes the hamlets of Rednal, Grimpo and Haughton, with a population of 1475 in the 2011 Census.
Originally named in the Domesday Book at ‘Feltone’ and ‘Felton by le Knokyn’ in 1303, the village was founded around a Norman Castle, the adjoining motte, which still lies next to the church.
The name ‘Felton’ is probably a reference to the old English ‘feld’ (open land) and ‘tun’ (settlement).
The village boasts a historic parish Church, with a 12th-century nave, dedicated to St Michael.