The best of town and country life in Shropshire
Welcome to Bratton Gardens, a private development of six spacious bungalows set on the site of a former traditional market garden.
These beautifully-designed homes – which include 2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties – feature open-plan living spaces, enclosed gardens and stylish appliances, all constructed with comfort, quality and wellbeing in mind.
Perched on the outskirts of pretty Market Drayton, Bratton Gardens perfectly blends the very best of town and country life.
To the south sits a small park and to the north, a distant patchwork of open countryside stretching as far as the eye can see. To the east, Market Drayton’s historic town centre – with its quaint coffee shops, timbered pubs and weekly market – is just a 15-minute walk away.
Bratton Gardens is located just off Steven’s Grove in Drayton Meadows and comprises six stunning and unique single-storey house types.
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The stylish, L-shaped Brampton, with its crisp white rendering, occupies a generous plot adjacent to the park. This comfortable and beautifully designed home is ideal for a family or for those who’d simply like more space.
The Wigmore’s open-plan living areas and folding patio doors into the garden make it the perfect space in which to relax, entertain or work from home.
The cosy, semi-detached Lingen bungalows are perfectly suited to couples or individuals. With their attractive frontages, these stunning homes feature beautifully-designed living areas that let the outdoors, indoors.
The attractive and compact Newton bungalow is designed with comfort and style in mind.
The elegant Letton bungalow is designed to offer spacious, open-plan accommodation that lends itself perfectly to relaxing, entertaining or working comfortably from home.
Location & Lifestyle
Historic Market Drayton
Market Drayton is a charming market town in north Shropshire, close to the Cheshire, Staffordshire and Welsh borders.
Originally known as ‘Drayton’, it became Market Drayton in 1245 when King Henry III allowed the settlement to hold a weekly outdoor market – still held every Wednesday.
For 200 years, Market Drayton has been famous for its gingerbread, proudly served in many of the town’s coffee shops and tea rooms. It was also known for its damson fairs, when textile makers flocked from surrounding counties to buy the richly-coloured fruit to dye their cloth.
The town’s notable history of food and drink continues to this day, with jams, cheeses and gins amongst the local specialities.
Leisure & Recreation
For those seeking an active lifestyle, the local tennis club, golf course, gym and swimming pool are all just a stone’s throw from Bratton Gardens – perfect for unwinding after a long day.
Nearby, the meandering Shropshire Union Canal offers peaceful waterside walks, while numerous cycle routes provide leisurely bike rides through the town and countryside.
Market Drayton also boasts an active arts and culture scene, showcasing new works at its cinema, theatre and art gallery. An arts festival is held in the town each Autumn.
Map & Area
At a Glance
Overlooks park and close to open countryside
15-minute walk to Market Drayton town centre
Superb walks and leisure facilities nearby
A stone’s throw from the A53, within easy reach of the M6
Asda, Sainsbury’s Local and Morrisons within a 5 minute drive
Picturesque canal path just a few minutes’ walk away.