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Estate Agents really do make dreams come true

Well renowned and established local estate agent Andrew Grant has recently brought to market the beautiful, period former public house, The Old Royal Oak.

This 3,077 sq. ft. four bedroom property on the Evesham Road in Crabbs Cross in need of modernisation offers a fantastic development opportunity with planning permission.

Mrs Andrea Paice, Head Coach and Manager of Bromsgrove Gymnastics Club contacted Julia Simonds, Partner of Andrew Grant as she had spent several months researching their family history. She and her grandad have traced their history back 278 years in the town of Redditch, even finding and restoring a 100 year old family grave at Feckenham Church.

Mrs Paice’s Grandad’s parents Sidney and Edna Blundall ran the pub back in the 1930’s, Sidney was also a famous boxer who became West Midland’s Boxing Champion in 1927. The pub was also the birthplace of Andrea’s grandad, who is now 85.

Andrea’s request to Julia was to arrange a viewing for her Grandad to see his former home, and the bedroom he was born in! Julia along with Shelley Wooton, Sales and Lettings Negotiator at Andrew Grant Redditch have made this a reality.

On Wednesday 11 July Andrea Paice and her Grandad will be going to view the property along with a crew from the Redditch Advertiser who will be documenting this nostalgic family moment. Andrea comments “Thank you for your time! The house has fantastic history and very happy memories for my 85 year old grandad!”

For more information about The Old Royal Oak please visit:

Contact Shelley Wooton directly on 01527 66161 to arrange a viewing.

Offers to the agent by midday 31st July 2018.

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