New Build Homes in Wolverhampton

Located in the West Midlands, Wolverhampton is part of the Black Country and has a population of 224,000 people. With a history based around engineering and manufacturing, the city today has a rich heritage and a fantastic sporting pedigree. It’s also been voted as the best place to live in the UK.

Wolverhampton is a fantastic place to call home, and at Wain Homes you’ll find a range of new homes for sale in Wolverhampton across our new build developments in and around the city.

Wolverhampton was named the best city to live in the UK in 2020

There is one major university located in the city

Wolverhampton is home to 15 schools rated as “Outstanding” by Ofsted

The city is rich in culture, with numerous theatres, art galleries and music venues

There are excellent transport links via metro, road and rail




It’s no surprise that more and more families are choosing to call Wolverhampton home. In 2020, the city was named as the best place to live in the UK in Provident's Unbroken Britain Communities survey. It is also one of the cheapest cities to live in Britain. At just 27 square miles, the city is also extremely walkable, whilst the wonderful Staffordshire countryside is just a short drive away.

There are also many things that continue to attract new residents to the area. Wolverhampton has 15 schools within three miles of the city centre rated as “Outstanding” by Ofsted, including Woden Primary School, Wolverhampton Girl’s High School, East Park Academy, Heath Park and Spring Vale Primary School. The city is also home to one university – the University of Wolverhampton.

Wolverhampton is packed with culture and offers plenty in terms of entertainment and family-friendly fun. The Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Grand Theatre and Wightwick Manor and Gardens are all fantastic options for a day out, whilst Wolves Adventure Golf, Challenge Academy and Wolf Mountain are all great places to entertain the kids. Wolverhampton Wanderers currently play in the Premier League, whilst the city is also a hub for athletics, cycling and motorsports.

The city also has fantastic transport links to the rest of the West Midlands and across the UK. The West Midlands Metro has a single route, Line 1, that connects Wolverhampton and Birmingham through 28 stops.

Wolverhampton train station also connects to various lines including Transport for Wales, London Northwestern Railway, West Midlands Railway, Avanti West Coast, and Cross Country. In fact, a trip to Manchester on the train takes just over an hour, with London able to be reached in around two hours. Birmingham is also less than 20 minutes away on the train. There are four motorways within seven miles of Wolverhampton – the M6, M1, M5 and M40 – meaning the city is extremely well connected to the UK’s motorway network.

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Wolverhampton continues to thrive in terms of its economy. With a heritage in engineering and manufacturing, the city has stayed true to its roots with its economy still based on engineering and the aerospace industry. Major employers in Wolverhampton include Collins Aerospace and Jaguar Land Rover. Significant redevelopment projects are also taking place across the city in the next five years, with £4.4 billion set to be spent.

If you want to call Wolverhampton home, we have a range of new build homes in Wolverhampton for sale across our developments in the area.




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