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When looking to purchase a property the area it is in is of huge significance. Are there good schools nearby? Is it conveniently placed for the motorway network?
Is there a local railway station? Are there sports and leisure facilities?

You may have be born and bred in the area you are looking to buy in but if you’re not and need any help whatsoever about local facilities or location information we are here to help you.

At Andrew Grant we don't only know about the houses we are selling our branch staff are experts in the areas we are selling them in.

Please click on the icons to access "more information" regarding local travel, Council Tax bands and lists of schools both in the state and private sectors.
Our teams are totally dedicated to giving you the best buying experience we possibly can.

Bromsgrove

A thriving town, convenient for the modern commuter with good road and rail links and well placed for the National Exhibition Centre and Birmingham International Airport. It has a history of nail making.

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Droitwich

A spa town lying on the River Salwarpe, famed for its natural salt deposits, its brine is 10 times stronger than sea water. Nearby is some outstanding Worcestershire countryside.

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Henley

Henley-in-Arden is surrounded by magnificent Warwickshire countryside and the town can trace its history back almost 1,000 years.

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Hereford

A flourishing agricultural city, set on the River Wye and home of the world famous Bulmer Cider, yet only 16 miles from Welsh border.

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Kidderminster

A town in the Wyre Forest, famous for its links to the carpet industry which was founded here in the late 18th Century. Its local paper is called "The Shuttle".

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Ludlow

Ludlow lies beneath the shelter of the Clee Hills and is surrounded by unspoiled rural countryside. It’s a bustling medieval market town with over 500 listed buildings.

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Malvern

A Worcestershire town built on the slopes of the famous hills, famed for its natural spring waters and once the home of the celebrated composer Sir Edward Elgar.

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Pershore

A Worcestershire town built on the slopes of the famous hills, famed for its natural spring waters and once the home of the celebrated composer Sir Edward Elgar.

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Redditch

In north east Worcestershire, was the international centre for the needle and fishing tackle industry. 90% of the world’s needles used to be manufactured here.

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Solihull

A large prosperous town, historically part of Warwickshire with historic architecture that includes some surviving timber framed Tudor dwellings, is ideally placed for the modern commuter.

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Stourbridge

A large town in the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley, in the West Midlands of England. Historically a part of Worcestershire, Stourbridge was a centre of glass making.

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Stratford

Stratford-upon-Avon lies on the River Avon in south Warwickshire. The town developed as a market town during the medieval period with the original charters of the town granted in 1196.

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Worcester

A city with a wealth of historical architecture including its magnificent Norman/Gothic Cathedral, lying on the banks of the River Severn and home of Lea and Perrins world famous Worcestershire Sauce.

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