Monmouth Drive offers 27 one and two bed bungalows set in well maintained shared gardens. You will have plenty of chances to meet with your neighbours at the regular quizzes, coffee mornings and lunches that take place.
The buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs are all taken care of by your professional on-site manager, who can also help with access to further support if required. You’ll find local amenities close to the development, including a newsagent and chemist.
Around and about
Hateley Heath is a residential area of West Bromwich in the heart of the Black Country. In the centre of the city is New Square - a new shopping and leisure destination with cafés, restaurants and a cinema. The Public entertainment venue hosts an exciting programme of theatre, live music and regular activities.
Places to visit
Sandwell Valley Country Park hosts a variety of events from music festivals to the Sandwell Show. The park is a great place for walking, bird watching, sports or just being in the great outdoors. There is also a visitor centre.
Oak House in West Bromwich is a timber-framed yeoman’s house built around 1590. It has some fine examples of Tudor and Jacobean furniture, as well as intricate 17th Century wall panelling.
Monmouth Drive is two miles from Junction 2 of the M5. Hateley Heath is situated 5 miles northwest of Birmingham on the A41. The M6 motorway passes through the town.
The nearest railway station is Sandwell and Dudley, which serves Wolverhampton, Walsall, Birmingham, Milton Keynes and Coventry.
Distance to GP: 1.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.24 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.24 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.24 miles