We have two new properties for sales in Coundon, Coventry:
One is a 1930s double bay fronted mid terraced home – it has three bedrooms and is located in the highly desirable Coundon area which is set in a quiet side road a short walk from excellent schools and amenities – more details are given here: Mid-terrace home Denbigh Road, Coundon Coventry.
The other property for sale is three bedroom bay fronted home located in Coundon, Coventry. The home is well presented throughout and offers excellent family size accommodation within the Coundon Court school catchment area as well as being within walking distance of several popular primary and infant schools more details are given here: Donnington Avenue, Coundon, Coventry.
About living in Coundon
Along with neighbouring Keresley, Coundon was originally a village in the Warwickshire countryside, but by the 1930s had been incorporated into the city of Coventry, when mass housebuilding took place to accommodate the city’s growing population.
Coundon is a quiet, sought-after area in Coventry, that is two miles north-west of the Coventry town centre. The south and east of Coundon are covered by modern housing estates, but the north and west are still largely rural. In the extreme west of Coundon new houses have been built along Brown’s Lane, and the Jaguar car factory lies across the boundary between Coundon and Allesley.
Schools in Coundon
Several schools are situated in the suburb of Coundon; Primary schools Coundon, Hollyfast and Christ the King (separated into different sites for Infant and Junior schools) and Coundon Court Secondary.
The playing fields of Bablake School, an independent school, are located within Coundon. The former Barkers’ Butts School which stood in Banks Road in Coundon has been demolished although its history is well documented on the internet, and the original Moseley Primary School has also been demolished but replaced with a new one.
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