Welcome to Ashill
Two very similar adjoining suburbs, built around the 1950’s located on the edge of far West Coventry. Another popular area for families with good schooling, plenty of green spaces and away from the hustle and bustle of the inner city areas. There is a wide selection of property types beginning with spacious flats, terraced housing and wide selection of semi detached homes, detached properties are limited but there are a select few.
A regular number 14 bus services which connects with Warwick University, Tile Hill Rail Station, through Chapelfields and into the City Centre Bus Station (Pool Meadow).
On the edge of the Black Down hills, Ashill is a small and vibrant community
Located in the catchment for Uffculme School this small village offers a particularly varied choice of country homes with nearby country walks.
Mount Nod offers two primary schools, Mount Nod Primary and St John Vianney Catholic School. Eastern Green has slightly more choice with a large primary school named Park Hill Primary, Eastern Green Primary and St Andrews Church of England. Secondary School choices would be located in nearby Tile Hill or Coundon.
Mount Nod offers a small selection of shops including a large One-Stop convenience store, takeaway outlet, popular café, two hairdressers, dental practice, CO-OP, pharmacy, off-licence and pub. Eastern Green offers a doctors surgery, butchers, various convenience stores, hairdressers, health spa, social club, laundrette and hardware store.
There are various green spaces around the area and a large park located behind the social club.
Things To Do
There are two pubs in the area, The Vale located in Mount Nod and a larger pub in Eastern Green, called The Unicorn which is a popular eatery and also has a soft play area attached. Located on the edge of the countryside there are some lovely walks to neighbouring Meriden, Millisons Wood and Berkswell.