Mulberry Homes’ Exciting New Development, The Templars in Warwickshire

House hunters looking to settle down in Warwickshire can now enquire about Mulberry Homes’ brand-new development coming soon to Temple Herdewyke, launching in November, which will be Mulberry Homes debut in the county.

Located on Falkland Place, The Templars will consist of a stunning collection two, three and four-bedroom homes, with construction work now underway.

Kerry Jones, Sales Director at Mulberry Homes, said: “We’re delighted to welcome our first development in Warwickshire as part of Mulberry Homes’ exciting growth plans, and we’re thrilled to be creating a new community in this wonderful county.

“Whilst offering a number of luxurious homes for property seekers looking to make the most of village living, our primary objective remains the same in creating a thriving community that first-time buyers, families and retired couples alike can call home.”

Renowned for handpicking prime locations, Mulberry Homes has ensured that residents at The Templars enjoy a traditional and peaceful village lifestyle, creating a strong environment that will be integral within the local community.

Temple Herdewyke is a small, rural village within Stratford-on-Avon, with a primary school and nursey at the heart of the community. Residents also benefit from great M40 links and access to nearby Leamington Spa and Banbury, both less than 10 miles away, where they can enjoy day trips to wonderful gardens and thriving high streets full of independent boutiques, bars and cafés.

The Banbury train station offers regular, direct services to Birmingham, Reading, Manchester Piccadilly and London Marylebone. The Templars is situated approximately five-minutes away from the M40 motorway, providing road links to Warwick, Coventry, Solihull, Worcester and Birmingham with journeys that take under an hour – perfect for commuting professionals.

The marketing suite and showhomes are expected to open in Spring 2021, and potential purchasers can register their interest now by visiting