Kenilworth

About Kenilworth

Kenilworth originally grew around the town’s majestic castle, which brought wealth and employment to a previously tiny Warwickshire hamlet. Today Kenilworth is a large and attractive town, which is home to around 25,000 people.

The famous red sandstone castle, although partly destroyed by Oliver Cromwell, continues to play a major role in the life of the area through tourism and employment in associated industries.

Housing

Central Kenilworth, around the castle and Abbey Fields area, provides some of the region' most picturesque scenery and housing with a variety of amenities and well preserved pre-17th Century properties.

The area’s reputation for good schools and plentiful family facilities has ensured its steady growth over the past 50 years and the area provides a mix of property from small thatched cottages to large, modern family homes.

Location

Modern Kenilworth is a perennially-popular residential location, which has managed to retain its community feel and remains a destination area for families looking for spacious housing in a safe and friendly place.

Close links to the M40 and the shopping and commercial centres of Leamington, Coventry and Birmingham make the town a convenient and pleasant place to live.

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