Guide price £190,000 860 sq. ft.
The area has a mostly three-tier school system (first, middle and high) some achieving an ‘outstanding’ Ofsted classification, including St Augustine’s Catholic High and nearby Studley High School. The new Tudor Grange Academy and its feeder schools operate on a two-tier system.
As a ‘new town’ planned in the 1960’s the area still boasts modern facilities – high-street brand shopping at the Kingfisher Centre, a multi-screen cinema and a leisure centre where the heating for the pool comes courtesy of the local crematorium. Arrow Valley Country Park is a beautiful escape of 900 acres, with a lake setting perfect for picnics.
Close to the M42, the town has a ring-road system designed to ease traffic flow around the residential areas and has a ‘cloverleaf’ design which rarely, if ever, becomes congested. The train line from Redditch station runs to Lichfield via Birmingham and Four Oaks.
The Palace Theatre runs regular and hugely popular shows with ‘tribute’ artists. Coughton Court nearby (run by the National Trust) holds family events throughout the year, as does Ragley Hall in nearby Alcester.
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