Kingswinford offers city alternative
The town of Kingswinford could be the ideal base for anyone who
needs to commuter to the surrounding areas of Dudley and
There is plenty of
property for sale in Kingswinford as more people discover the
benefits of living and settling down in the region,
Around 13,000 people call the town home and many families are
attracted by the strong choice of educational options.
Parents have a choice of six different establishments, so they can
rest assured that they are choosing the perfect school for their
offspring to begin their education at - these include the likes of
Bromley and Crestwood schools.
There are also three secondary schools that serve the town - The
Kingswinford School, Crestwood Secondary and Summerhill, so it
attracts families with a wide range of age ranges.
For those who have to commute on a regular basis, then the town is
linked to Dudley by a good road networks that make the daily trip
into work straightforward.
In terms of facilities in the town, there are five pubs, a number
of restaurants and a shopping area that allows residents to stock
up on the basics.
Kingswinford also has a rich history and was first mentioned in the
Domesday Book. Over th years it is linked to coal mining and
It was also home to one of the first steam engine services made in
the West Midlands - which is now on display at the National Railway
Museum in York.