Balsall Common is a thriving rural village which offers an array of local amenities and leisure facilities that makes living here not only convenient, but also extremely enjoyable. Whether you are shopping for the essentials, meeting friends for lunch or looking to keep active using local leisure facilities or enjoying a beautiful countryside walk, owning a home at Albany Meadows means you also have Balsall Common on your doorstep ready for you to enjoy.
Offering friendly local charm in abundance, Balsall Common’s village centre has everything you need for day-to-day essentials. Local shops include a Tesco, Co-op and Sainsbury’s, along with an independent pharmacy, newsagents, butchers and bakery. Why not stop for coffee at Costa, or if you want to sample some of the area’s finest local produce head to Oakes Farm Shop where you will find everything from freshly grown seasonal vegetables to the finest local cheeses.
Keeping active in Balsall Common is easy. Within a few minutes of Albany Meadows is the Nailcote Hall Hotel with its Leisure & Country Club facilities which include a gym, swimming pool and par 3 golf course set in beautiful parkland. You could try your hand at tennis at the Berkswell & Balsall Common tennis club or why not join one of the bowling clubs located in the area. Nearby Kenilworth also offers a leisure centre, swimming pools and Kenilworth Golf Club.
At Albany Meadows you are ideally located to enjoy the beautiful surrounding countryside and local history. The Millennium Way walk meanders through Balsall Common on mostly flat farmland and open countryside. Take in quaint lanes, historic churches and the Grade II listed Berkswell Hall. Or for a burst of fresh air visit Lavender Hall Park. Offering over 11 hectares of grassland, plantation, old hedgerows and ponds, it’s a place for rest, relaxation and fun and has Local Nature Reserve status.
Unwind with friends and family in one of the many cosy pubs and restaurants situated in Balsall Common. Ye Olde Saracens Head dates back to the 16th Century and has kept its charm whilst now offering a delightful gastro pub menu. Or The White Horse is another firm favourite with locals, offering a traditionally styled pub with lovely gardens and a highly-regarded Sunday lunch menu. You also have restaurants ranging from Indian to Chinese and Brasserie to Café style foods dotted around the village centre.