This popular village enjoys some of the areas most attractive countryside on the border between Derbyshire and Staffordshire.The village starts on the edge of Burton on Trent where there are traditional 1920s and 1930s residences mixed with modern executive homes set at an elevated position to overlook stunning views, with Bretby Lane leading into rolling Derbyshire countryside where the rural setting is ideal for walking, equestrian pursuits and golfing at the local Burton Golf Club.
Bretby is within a conservation area surrounded by historic architecture including; a 13th century Norman Castle, a 17th century mansion with its pleasure grounds, and the present Bretby Hall in extensive grounds which was commandeered as a hospital in WWI. There is also a Grade II listed parish St Wystan's Church to visit.
Bretby is within the catchment area for St Edward’s Catholic Primary School which feeds into William Allitt High School. It is located a few minutes drive from Burton City Centre, where you will find an array of amenities including a shopping centre, a cinema, pubs, restaurants and various other leisure and convenience facilities. It is also an ideal location for commuters with good links to the A38, A511, A444 and M42 and a rail station in Burton provides direct links to Birmingham.
- Surprisingly Rural Location
- Historic Bretby Hall Estate with Rural Walks
- St Edward's Primary & William Allitt High Catchment
- Burton on Trent Golf Club
- Planters Garden Centre
- Nearby Shops, Restaurants & Gym in Town Centre
- Ideal Location for Commuters