With views to the stunning Malvern Hills, St James Green is a select new development on the edge of the sought after Worcestershire village of Welland.
St James Green enjoys a superb location in open countryside and is just a few minutes' walk from the village shop, post office, pubs, church and primary school. The nearby towns of Upton-upon-Severn and Malvern provide health and leisure facilities, shops and supermarkets and are both within six miles.
This impressive development offers a range of four, five and six bedroom properties, each thoughtfully designed for modern living. So, if you're looking for a quality new home within a vibrant village community, your search ends here.
Buses run from Welland to Malvern, six miles away and Worcester, 15 miles. The city is easily reached via the A4104 that runs through the village to the A38. Junction 1 of the M50 is approximately eight miles away and gives direct access to the M5 for the Midlands or South West. Trains run from Great Malvern direct to London Paddington, Worcester, Oxford, Hereford and Birmingham New Street and for air travel, Birmingham International Airport is about 50 miles.
A trip to the shops
For local shopping the historic riverside town of Upton-upon-Severn is only four miles away and has convenience stores as well as a range of independent shops. The spa town of Malvern has a great mix of traditional High Street shops and services, as well as leading brands. The town has three supermarkets, and a retail park. For local produce and crafts Ledbury has twice-weekly markets and for city shopping Worcester's Crown Gate Shopping Centre has more than 60 stores in its Friary Walk and Chapel Walk areas.
Taking time out
With a home at St James Green you can enjoy everything from village fetes to prestigious regional events. There are activities for all ages at Welland Village Hall and St James' Church holds concerts, dramas and flea markets. There are two village pubs, a children's play area, sports fields and scenic walks from Castlemorton Common lead onto the Malvern Hills. The annual Welland Steam Rally, Upton Jazz Festival and Malvern's Three Counties Show are all major attractions, while the prestigious Malvern Theatre is an acclaimed regional arts centre with music, comedy, drama and film. The Malvern Splash Leisure Centre provides swimming pools and a gym and Manor Park Club has many racquet sports.
Welland Primary School caters for children from four to eleven years and Welland Pre- School, a registered charity, takes two to fouryear- olds. For senior pupils Hanley Castle High School is about five miles and has sixth form facilities, as does The Chase High School at Malvern, six miles. The independent Malvern College is a co-educational school for 13 - 18-year-olds and Malvern St James Girls' School caters for young pupils from Pre-Prep age through to sixth form.
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