Shropshire is regularly named as one of the top 10 places to live in the UK.
The local area offers a wide range of housing to suit every need, from town centre flats to remote farmhouses and converted barns.
Our two main hospitals are located in the two largest population centres, offering attractive urban & suburban living within walking distance. With small towns and villages on the doorstep, both hospitals also offer easy commuting to rural settings in Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and mid-Wales. State schools and high-quality private schools are available close by.
Residential accommodation is provided at both Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital by a local Housing Group Rooftops. Accommodation on site provides hassle-free living, with benefits including no agency fees, 24-hour repair service and on-site management team. The accommodation is fully furnished and within easy reach of the town centre, local schools, supermarkets and leisure facilities.
Click here to visit the Rooftops website.
Moving to Shropshire
Shropshire is lucky enough to have a wide variety of housing, from converted barns to modern townhouses. So, whether you are looking to buy or rent Shropshire has housing to suit all. Both hospitals are located by large residential areas, so there is an abundance of accommodation within close proximity. Or if you are looking for something quieter then look at one of the rural towns such as Ironbridge, Newport and Much Wenlock, or one of our many picturesque villages located in the surrounding areas such as Pontesbury, Allscott, Weston Lullingfields and many more.
Click here to view a list of Shropshire Estate Agents who can assist your move.
The county also has a series of affordable housing offers meaning even for first-time buyers there is an option to get onto the property ladder. These schemes offer well designed, high quality and environmentally sustainable housing at affordable prices.