A pretty, relaxed village laced along a mile-long high street.
Henley is a conservation area with a string of historic buildings, independent shops, pubs and restaurants, and around 3,800 residents, whilst only a few minutes drive from big, bustling neighbour Solihull with good links onto the M42/M40 motorways.
Nearby villages like Claverdon, Preston Bagot, Rowington and Tanworth in Arden attract equally confident pricing and eager buyers charmed by the rural setting.
Members of the villages historic Court Leet dating back to the 1200s can still be seen in their distinctive red robes at meetings (now often held at local pubs).
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Customers queue around the block at the 16th century home of Henley Ice Cream parlour, with up to fifty flavours of locally-produced ice cream drawing customers from miles around for 49 weeks of the year (make ours a mint choc chip please!)
Did you know that TVs The Time Team helped excavate relics from The Mount in the village, once the site of a Norman castle?
And, cult musician Nick Drake grew up, and is buried in, nearby Tanworth in Arden.
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Throughout my personal and professional property life I have seen the problems which can arise when agents dont provide the support and communication that clients need to complete a smooth property transaction, so these things are at the heart of the service I expect to offer. To me it is a privilege and a responsibility to be able to influence and inspire people's choice of home, because our location and environment shape who we are and how we live our lives.
James Sibley, Henley-In-Arden West Midlands and Warwickshire Territory Manager