The roots of the Burton upon Trent branch go back to the 1970s and the branch relocated to 36 Station Street in 2004. The branch briefly relocated following a fire in 2014, but has returned home to Station Street, which reopened following extensive refurbishment. The superb, ultra-modern office is located right in the centre of the town with a large public carpark to the rear
The long-serving team, backed up with the power of the Newton Fallowell marketing brand, has seen the Burton upon Trent branch grow considerably over the years. It offers residential property sales, letting management, financial services and aims to satisfy all property-related services, whether themselves or by referral.
“We’ve got great local contacts and we know that service and reputation is everything. The team is friendly, professional, proficient offering local knowledge from local people.”
Simon Shilton, Managing Director
The branch’s lettings team has won the Newton Fallowell award two years’ running for its performance.
Walford Road, Rolleston-On-Dove
Guide price £160,000
Semi Detached Chalet Bungalow, Providing Three Good Sized Bedrooms, Majority Double Glazing, Gas Fired Central Heating, Good Sized Garden Plot, Excellent Village Setting, In Need Of Improvement & Up-Grading Works,...
Clifton Way, Stapenhill
Guide price £289,950
Impressive Four Bedroom Detached Home, Detached Double Garage, Exceptionally Large Plot, Superb Elevated Position With Lovely Views, High End Contemporary Dining Kitchen, Landscaped Secluded Gardens, Viewing A Must To Fully...
Wetmore Road, Burton-On-Trent
Guide price £107,000
Well Presented Terraced Home, Located In A Popular Location Within Close Proximity Of The Town Centre, Driveway Providing Off Road Parking, Two Good Sized Bedrooms, Upvc Double Glazing & Gas...
Waterside Blacksmiths Lane, Newt...
Guide price £800,000
Waterside is a beautifully presented spacious Georgian farmhouse home which is set within the heart of this extremely popular and desirable village. With a wealth of charm and character features...
Avon Way, Hilton
Guide price £205,000
Modern Three Storey Town House, Beautifully Presented Throughout, Providing Four Spacious Bedrooms, Large Rear Conservatory, Easy To Maintain Landscaped Gardens, Viewing A Must To Fully Appreciate.
The Old Coopers, Wetmore Road, B...
£500 pcm + fees
Newton Fallowell are delighted to be able to offer this superb development of high quality apartments in a converted Malt House within walking distance of the town centre. Designed for...
The Old Coopers, Wetmore Road, B...
£575 pcm + fees
Newton Fallowell are delighted to be able to offer this superb development of high quality apartments in a converted Malt House within walking distance of the town centre....
Hawfield Lane, Burton-On-Trent
£350 pcm + fees
OVER 50'S ONLY Newton Fallowell are pleased to be able to offer to the rental market these superb one bedroom property.. The house offers lounge, fitted kitchen...
Bearwood Hill Road, Burton-On-Trent
£435 pcm + fees
Newton Fallowell are pleased to be able to offer to the rental market this ground floor one bedroom apartment. Offering entrance hall, open plan kitchen living area, kitchen area being...
Horton Avenue, Burton-On-Trent
£490 pcm + fees
Newton Fallowell are Delighted to be able to offer this Superb house share in Stretton. The house has been re-furbished to a very high standard and is in a great...
The market town of Burton upon Trent straddles the banks of the river Trent, and is situated between the cities of Lichfield and Derby.
The area is best known for brewing beer, and is home to the National Brewery Centre. www.nationalbrewerycentre.co.uk For centuries brewing was Burton's major trade, thanks to the unique characteristics of its water supply, and it is still an important part of its economy with the town currently home to eight breweries, including major names such as Coors Brewers Ltd and Marstons plc, alongside local micro-brewers such as Burton Bridge Brewery, which has six local pubs in and around Burton serving its range of traditional beers.
A by-product of the brewing industry gave rise to the development of Marmite in the town and, just nearby, in the suburb of Branston, the eponymous Branston Pickle was developed.
The attractive town centre is home to a range of High Street chains and independent shops, with several major shopping centres. These include Coopers Square, Octagon Centre and Burton Place as well as traditional shopping arcades such as the Abbey Arcade.
The town’s amateur dramatic and operatic societies put on regular performances in the town’s theatre and there are a range of sports clubs, including football league clubs, rugby union, cricket, hockey, rowing and weightlifting.
There’s a wide choice of primary and secondary schools in the town, including faith schools. Nearby is Repton public school. Burton & South Derbyshire College is a general further education college for around 13,000 students from Burton and the surrounding towns and villages. The University of Wolverhampton's School of Health and Wellbeing has a presence at Burton Health Education Centre located at the Queen's Hospital, which specialises in nursing.
Burton upon Trent offers superb road communications via the A38 and A50. Both East Midlands and Birmingham airports are within 30 minutes, and other destinations nearby include Stoke-on-Trent, Uttoxeter, Willington, Stafford, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Coalville, Whitwick, Leicester and Kegworth. The railway station links the town to cities such as Derby, Nottingham, London, Tamworth and Birmingham and buses also serve the neighbouring villages and further afield.
Burton is also on two routes of the National Cycle Network.