Houses for Sale Kenilworth
A historical town surrounded by green belt land
Many reasons to reside in Kenilworth
Kenilworth town is essentially split into two areas: the old and the new parts of the town. The Old part of town features Victorian buildings and thatched cottages while the new part of Kenilworth has a lively feel with modern housing, nightlife, a Michelin star restaurant, and two theatres.
Based in Warwickshire, the town has good connectivity to surrounding areas including Coventry, Warwick, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Leamington Spa and even Birmingham city centre, with a good selection of schools.
Renowned for its historical and political past
The town’s history dates back to Roman occupation when it was mentioned in the Domesday Survey of 1086 AD. For hundreds of years, Kenilworth was a market town supporting an agricultural neighbourhood.
Kenilworth is best known for the ruins of Kenilworth Castle and other significant landmarks include Kenilworth Clock, St Nicholas Church, Stoneleigh Abbey and Abbey Fields.
Through much of its’ life, the Castle was held by the Crown, but at times was held by Parliament who later ordered that most of the Castle should be dismantled. It is now openly enjoyed by the public
There’s something for everyone
There’s plenty to do in Kenilworth. The town has a range of independent shops, greengrocers, cafes and restaurants, as well as some major high street brands. The weekly Kenilworth Retail Market also offers a meats, fish and other fresh ingredients for your local produce fix.
Engross yourself in the history of the town or perhaps take part in one of the many sports clubs and societies. There are plenty of beautiful walks and wildlife paths to follow and Kenilworth is also famous for its many traditional pubs.