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Worcester Road (B4048), Drakes Broughton, near Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10 2AW
Open Thursday to Monday 10am to 5pmTelephone appointments only.
This exciting new development is in the picturesque Worcestershire village of Drakes Broughton and within easy reach of Pershore, Worcester and the M5 motorway. With its own convenience store and Post Office, two pubs, village hall, school, church and recreation ground, Drakes Broughton offers a lively community surrounded by the peaceful Worcestershire countryside.
At Pear Tree Walk you can choose from a range of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, all carefully designed to suit today's lifestyles. So if you're looking for a beautiful home in a tranquil village, your search ends here.
Contact us today for a personal viewing appointment with our expertly trained Sales Advisors who can discuss our range of purchasing incentives including Help to Buy and Part Exchange or Smooth Move.
Pear Tree Walk is just off the B4084 Worcester Road, which leads to Pershore, less than 3 miles away and to Worcester just 7 miles. Regular buses run to both Pershore and Worcester. The B4084 is also your link to Junction 7of the M5, just a 4 mile drive. The A44 is about a mile from Drakes Broughton giving access to the north Cotswolds, while from Pershore Railway Station, less than 2miles away, trains run to Worcester, Oxford and London Paddington. In addition, Worcester Parkway is scheduled to open in 2019 with a quicker service to Birmingham and the south. For flights, Birmingham Airport is 40 miles away.
A trip to the shops
Drakes Broughton has a Spar shop and Post Office. Less than 3 miles away the bustling market town of Pershore is brimming with local independent shops, an Asda supermarket and a Tesco Express. It's only 7 miles to the historic city of Worcester with its mix of independent boutiques and popular High Street brands including House of Fraser, Debenhams and Boots. At the Crowngate Shopping you'll find more than 60 stores, with further choice at Reindeer Court and historic Cathedral Square. The city also hosts a variety of markets. For supermarket shopping there's a Waitrose, Tesco superstore, Lidl and Sainsbury's and the Elgar Retail Park has many retail giants.
Taking time out
Relax with a drink or meal at The Old Oak or The Plough and Harrow pubs, both in the village, or try one of the clubs or classes at Drakes Broughton Village Hall. Stride out along one of the many local footpaths to nearby Dufty Coppice or Lodge Wood, or visit nearby Tiddesley Wood Nature Reserve at Besford Bridge. At Pershore Leisure Centre, there is a swimming pool, gym and a health suite and at the Number 8 Arts Centre you can watch films, live screenings and events. The Swan Theatre, and Odeon and Vue cinemas in Worcester provide further choice. Pershore has a thriving sports scene with clubs for football, bowling and cricket and even a dragon boat club based on the scenic River Avon.
St Barnabas Church of England First and Middle School caters for pupils up to the age of eleven. From Drakes Broughton children move onto Pershore High School, a mixed comprehensive with sixth form and Academy status that's just 2 miles away. Also just 2 miles away is the independent Bowbrook House School, catering for pupils aged up to 16. In Worcester, the King's School offers facilities for children aged from 2 up to seniors at 18, in three school communities. For further and higher education Pershore College is on the doorstep and the Heart of Worcestershire College and the University of Worcester, are less than 10 miles.
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