Nestled in the English countryside, Warwickshire is a heart of history and culture. The birthplace of William Shakespeare, and home to Warwick Castle, when you combine Warwick’s medieval roots with its lively community, the result is an extraordinary hive of vibrant culture. L&Q’s Beauchamp Park is situated within this historic county and has been built to reflect the character of Warwick.

The UK voted Warwickshire among the best places to live in the West Midlands* and the five highlights below are just some of the reasons why…


Great Transport Links

Warwickshire has fantastic transport links across the country. With the M40 close by and easy rail links on your doorstep, you will always have a vast array of opportunities to discover. There are frequent trains from Warwick to Birmingham Moor Street accessible for the early risers as well as the night owls.

From Beauchamp Park, you can find yourself in the capital within an hour and a half. For journeys to sunnier climates, Birmingham International Airport is only 18 miles from the centre of Warwick which operates both national and international flights, meaning you are never too far from skiing or the sun!

History and Culture

Warwickshire is the birthplace of the world’s most famous playwright, William Shakespeare, who spent his early years in nearby Stratford-Upon-Avon. Visit Shakespeare’s Birthplace or watch an adaptation of one of his many plays at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

Perfect for a family day trip, Warwickshire is home to the famous medieval castle, Warwick Castle, built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Visitors travel from all over the country travel to learn about the history and walk around the beautiful grounds, which is a major draw to the area! L&Q’s Beauchamp Park has an extended vista which displays a stunning view of the castle.

Elite Education

The region benefits from a wide range of top-class education, as well as a choice of independent and state schools. The University of Warwick was ranked as one of the top 10 universities in the UK by the Complete University Guide for 2023. This top tier Russel Group University offers a wide variety of subjects and is an easy commute for those living in Warwickshire. Alternatively, for younger children, there are nine schools within a three-mile radius of Beauchamp Park that are currently ranked as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Green Space

The West Midlands is known for its large abundance of green space. Warwickshire is home to 12 National Parks, meaning that you never have to travel far for a lovely Sunday walk. At Beauchamp Park, green spaces include interlinking play areas, cycle paths and walking routes, which not only meet, but exceed UK National Space Standards. The area promotes exercise and a healthy lifestyle, as well as providing an opportunity to live within proximity of plenty of green space, which has been evident to improving mental health*.



Perfect for families

While still located not too far from some of the UK’s major cities and urban areas, the rolling countryside of Warwickshire offers more space for growing families than many inner-city homes. A vast proportion of properties in the region benefit from larger internal footprints as well as bigger private gardens, making it ideally suited for those with children. Plus, Warwickshire has a lower crime rate than the average county in England*, perfect for buyers seeking a safe environment to raise a family. Catering for families moving to the area, L&Q have a collection of two and three-bedroom Shared Ownership houses available now. All homes are complete with integrated appliances, fittings and fixtures, and are larger than an average new build home.


* Crime – UTLA | Warwickshire | Report Builder for ArcGIS