Harmer Hill is a small village about 6 miles north of Shrewsbury on the A528. It lies in the parish of Myddle and Broughton. It has mixed woodlands to the south and north-west with some tall pine trees. These pine trees were mentioned by the Essayist William Hazlitt in 1798 after he had walked through Harmer Hill with the poet Coleridge. Harmer Hill stooped with all its pines to listen to the poet as he passed.
The area has links to the Richard Gough Walks (a book published in reference to six walks that pass close to the development), it is set in a rural area consisting of woodland an old sandstone quarry and caves inset in the hillside.
The outlook that can be seen from the properties are views of Pim Hill – a local beauty spot for walks and fields of poppies.