Worcestershire

New Build Homes in Worcestershire

Worcestershire is a county in the West Midlands, which is bordered by Herefordshire to the west, Shropshire to the northwest, Staffordshire to the north, West Midlands county to the north and northeast, Warwickshire to the east and Gloucestershire to the south.

Worcester is Worcestershire’s cathedral city, and the county is also home to major towns including Redditch, Kidderminster and Bromsgrove. At Wain Homes, you’ll find a number of new homes for sale in Worcestershire across our new build developments in the area.

There are 71 schools rated as “Outstanding” by Ofsted in Worcestershire

Redditch was voted in the top 40 best places to live in the UK by Channel 4

Worcestershire has fantastic transport links

The county is packed with culture, history and heritage

Wonderful green open spaces and countryside including the Malvern Hills

The University of Worcester is based in the county

 

WHY WORCESTER IS A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE

With one cathedral city and plenty of towns to choose from, Worcestershire is a popular place to call home - in fact, Redditch was voted in the top 40 places to live in the UK. Families with school age children are well catered for with the 71 schools in the county rated as “Outstanding” by Ofsted. These include Arrow Vale RSA Academy, St. Augustine’s Catholic High School, Suckley Primary School and Meadows First School. The county is also home to one university – the University of Worcester.

Worcestershire has plenty of culture to offer residents too. It is the birthplace of renowned composer Edward Elgar and hosts plenty of music festivals throughout the year including the Three Choirs Festival, Worcester Music Festival and Upton Jazz Festival. The Malvern Theatres continues to be popular, whilst Worcester Cathedral is an important historical asset as the last resting place of King John. Worcester claims to be the birthplace of democracy and the county is also the site of the historical Battle of Worcester.

Those who love the great outdoors will be happy to call Worcestershire home, with sites including the Malvern Hills, Arrow Valley Country Park, Abbey Park and Kyre Park. Family-friendly attractions ideal for weekends and summer holidays in Worcestershire include West Midland Safari Park, Wyre Forest Discovery Centre, Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, and Droitwich Spa Lido. The county is also home to Worcester Warriors Rugby Union Club, Worcester Racecourse and Worcestershire County Cricket Club.

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MAKING YOUR HOME IN WORCESTER

As well as being an attractive county for families to settle in, Worcestershire has great transport links. It is situated at the heart of the UK with connections via road (M5, M42 and M50 motorways), rail and air – Birmingham International Airport is close by.

If you want to live in Worcestershire, you’ll find a range of new build homes across the county with Wain Homes.