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Little Aston Home Removals.  Little Aston is a village in Staffordshire, England.[1] It is located within the Lichfield District and is approximately 5 miles (8 km) south of the city of Lichfield. Little Aston Home Removals.  Formerly a separate settlement, it is in modern times contiguous with the built-up area of the neighbouring town of Sutton Coldfield.[2] At the 2011 United Kingdom census the population of Little Aston ward was 2,920 people living in 1,104 households.[3] At the last[when?] UK census there were 935 homes in the village, well over 10% of which were multimillion-pound properties,[4][citation needed] and the village is known for its footballers and successful businesspeople.  Little Aston Home Removals.

Little Aston Park
Little Aston Home Removals.  Located in the south of the village is Little Aston Park. Often referred to as “Millionaire’s Row” [7] – with Roman Road being the most expensive street in Staffordshire – it is a privately maintained estate, consisting of around 100 unique, architect-designed houses and includes Birmingham’s most expensive house ever sold at £7.5 million. It also contains one of the village’s championship golf clubs, Little Aston Golf Club, and St.Peter’s Church. The park is located in a woodland setting around the historic rhododendron-lined Roman Road which closely follows path of the ancient Roman Icknield Street.  Little Aston Home Removals.

Grade II listed electric automated gates
Claverdon Park
Little Aston Home Removals.  Claverdon Park is a private estate consisting of 82 large detached houses and bungalows. It is accessible only through the Little Aston Park’s private road and gate network. Whilst often confused as being part of the Little Aston Park, it is in fact a separate entity managed by Claverdon Park Management Company Limited. Claverdon Park is not subject to the same high standards of development and woodland setting as its neighbouring Little Aston Park is, and is not part of Lichfield Council’s designated Little Aston Park Conservation Area.  Little Aston Home Removals.

Roads within Claverdon Park are: Claverdon Drive, Stonehouse Drive, Roman Lane, Roman Park, Barns Croft and Alderhithe Grove.

Rosemary Hill Road
Rosemary Hill Road is a public road with many private gated driveways leading off the highway and gated houses alongside, particularly on the more exclusive Lichfield District side which borders the Little Aston Park. The west side of road is part of Little Aston (Lichfield) and the east side is in Four Oaks (Birmingham). Little Aston Home Removals.

Little Aston Lane
Little Aston Home Removals.  At the heart of the village is Little Aston Lane (A4026). Running opposite expanses of fields and the grounds of Aston Wood golf course, the lane consists of around 50 large, detached houses. A recently constructed, landscaped recreation area also runs parallel to the lane, managed by the Little Aston Recreational Ground Association.  Little Aston Home Removals.

In addition to the lane’s own housing, it also contains the entrance to The Grove. A cul-de-sac within Little Aston Lane, The Grove contains 51 large, detached homes, similar to those on the lane itself.  Little Aston Home Removals.

The Little Aston Village Hall, is also on the lane, providing services and facilities to the small community. A crown green bowling club and a tennis club are on the Hall site.  Little Aston Home Removals.

Little Aston Home Removals.  Many residents have complained to the local MP and county council regarding excessive use of the village roads by HGV tippers and artics, exposing young children walking to school to great risk. There is a bizarre situation where there is a 7.5-tonne weight limit in one direction of the road, but not in the other, and Staffordshire County Council’s explanation that imposing the limit in both directions would burden the neighbouring Birmingham Council’s road network with excessive traffic.

Forge Lane

Forge Lane
Running out of the Little Aston Park and into the surrounding countryside is Forge Lane. It is lined by around 40 detached and semi-detached houses, situated on both sides of the road. The village’s Little Aston Primary School is located on the lane. Forge lane also contains the entrance to Little Aston’s recreation site, a large area of landscaped grassland, popular for dog walking and sports activities. In addition to this, the entrance to Little Aston’s vicarage is also in the lane, which has been the home of many of the village’s vicars.  Little Aston Home Removals.

Little Aston Home Removals.  Forge Lane is a continuation of Roman Road which is directly opposite across Little Aston Road. Roman Road is the old Roman, Ryknild Street part of which can be seen within the confines of Sutton Park which is at the opposite end of Roman Road from Little Aston Village by Rosemary Hill Road. The lane derives its name from the forge mill and adjacent cottages which stood over bourne / footherley brook which can be found further down the lane from the village. Little Aston Home Removals.  The mill and cottages were built around the mid-1600s by Thomas Foley whose name was used for the Foley Public House in Streetly. The mill was initially a hammer mill for iron smelting and ingot production, as the surrounding area has deposits of iron stone which were used in the mill. The mill use was changed sometime in the early 1800s to become a flour mill up until it was destroyed by fire in 1903. The mill cottages remain to this day and are residential homes, with the oak beams used in its construction still in place in the ground floor rooms and upper floor ceilings.

The mill pond that lay in front of the cottages which feed the mill wheel is no longer there having been filled in sometime after the first world war, but its outline can be seen within the adjacent Footherley Wood and the small piece of open land beside the bridge over the brook. It has been said but not proved that the fields to the side of the cottages were used by Oliver Cromwell as a camp site on his way north to Chester during the Civil War. The Chester Road being not more than a half a mill from the cottages.  Little Aston Home Removals.

Little Aston Home Removals.  The present day Little Aston Primary school which stands on the lane is not more than 100 yards from the former school which are now residential homes but if you inspect the buildings you will see the school boys and girls entrances detailed in the brick work of the buildings. These buildings stand opposite the blacksmiths old forge which is at the top of the lane close to Little Aston Road. The Blacksmiths forge is sometimes thought to have been why the lane was called Forge Lane, this is not correct as it was the forge mill further down the lane that gave rise to the lanes name. The blacksmiths forge was not only a forge but the site of the production and building of horse / farm carts and cart wheels. The blacksmiths forge stopped being used as a forge sometime during the 1950s, but today is back in use as a design studio and bespoke carpentry company.  Little Aston Home Removals.

Walsall Road
Running from the Rosemary Hill traffic junction to Forge Lane, this public road is adjacent to and borders the Little Aston Park. There are around 30 large detached houses on the roadside, and private gated communities such as Beechwood Croft and Woodside Drive where houses are multimillion-pound.

Aldridge Road

Former Ferrari and Maserati dealer
Continuing on from Walsall Road, Aldridge Road begins on the junction of Forge Lane and Roman Road ending at the A452 Chester Road. It is lined by around 170 houses both detached and semi detached. At the junction with the Chester Road is the former Evans Halshaw Porsche dealership, once a petroleum filling station which later became a Bentley dealership, then a Ferrari and Maserati dealership, and a classic car dealership. Currently the showroom is a Mercedes used car specialist.  Little Aston Home Removals.

The majority of Aldridge road borders the northerly side of the Little Aston Golf Club, although it is hidden by trees. A long stream running alongside hole 12 and 13 of the golf course runs underneath a small bridge on Aldridge Road which was struck by lightning in the mid 80’s causing the closure of Aldridge Road for many months. The stream runs into and through a 2-acre private Wood to the rear of a section of properties on Aldridge Road which is owned and maintained by one Aldridge Road resident.  Little Aston Home Removals.

Little Aston Hall Estate
Little Aston Home Removals.  This small area of residence is situated within what used to be the grounds of Little Aston Hall. Seven blocks of superior apartments were constructed on the site during the mid-1980s, each containing six luxury living spaces. The complex is set back from the road on a private gated drive and situated in many acres of grassland and landscaped gardens.  Little Aston Home Removals.

Lady Aston Park
Lady Aston Park is a recent development of around 50 gated luxury apartments, aimed exclusively at the over 55s. The community borders the Little Aston Hall development, and is alongside the Bupa care home and private hospital. The estate is managed by the Lady Aston Park Management Co. Ltd which is in the ownership of the apartment owners. Day-to-day management is in the hands of an elected committee of residents.  Little Aston Home Removals.

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