Wildmore by Bloor Homes

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Overview

Worcester and the surrounding area has something for everyone and its excellent road and rail links mean you’re never far from a world-class attraction or local event. Within walking and cycling distance of many local schools and leisure attractions. Nunnery Wood Primary and High School, for example, are both a safe and easy 7-minute walk away, whilst Worcester’s Sixth Form College is just 4 minutes on foot. Worcester College of Technology can also be reached in around 10 minutes by bike. 

You’ll find the development has been carefully thought-through outside too as it will include a play area, fruit trees and delightful open spaces that make the most of the site’s peaceful edge-of-town location.


Worcester and the surrounding countryside plays host to a fabulous choice of top-flight restaurants, traditional cafes and delis, ancient pubs and lively coffee shops so whatever your tastes, you’ll never be far from a treat.

Location

Location

Off Spetchley Road, Spetchley, Worcester, WR5 2LX

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Wining and dining 

Worcester and the surrounding countryside plays host to a fabulous choice of top-flight restaurants, traditional cafes and delis, ancient pubs and lively coffee shops so whatever your tastes, you’ll never be far from a treat.


Book a table at Galleria Italiana or Puccini’s in Friar Street for a real taste of Italy, for instance. Head to the Chocolate Deli for a well-earned coffee and sweet treat or, simply sit back and soak up the historic atmosphere in the Cardinal’s Hat, Worcester’s oldest inn.


For a truly mouth watering trip around the county, why not follow The Worcestershire Food and Drink Trail to discover some of the county’s finest local food and drink products? The new ‘Worcester Foodie Festival’ at the beginning of August will also showcase some of the finest food and drink from the area and will include tasting sessions, cookery demonstrations and workshops together with a range activities for the whole family to enjoy.


Education


Wildmore’s convenient location on the eastern outskirts of Worcester makes this the perfect place for families of all ages to live. 


Nunnery Wood Primary and High School, for example, are both a safe and easy 7-minute walk away, whilst Worcester’s Sixth Form College is just 4 minutes on foot. Worcester College of Technology can also be reached in around 10 minutes by bike.


The highly regarded University of Worcester, one of the fastest growing Universities in Britain, is also just a 15-minute drive away.


Those considering private education are also spoilt for choice. Originally founded in around 685, The Royal Grammar School is the sixth oldest school in the world and, lying in the shadows of the cathedral, there is Kings Worcester, founded in 1541 by Henry VIII. There are countless other options in the independent sector with highly regarded schools and colleges available in nearby Malvern and Cheltenham.


On the doorstep


Worcester and the surrounding area has something for everyone and its excellent road and rail links mean you’re never far from a world-class attraction or local event.


There are National Trust properties a-plenty, including Croome Hall, Snowshill Manor and Hanbury Hall and Gardens to explore. 


Younger members of the family will love Gheluvelt Park on the banks of the River Severn where they can feed the ducks, enjoy a picnic or cool off in the outdoor splashpad. You can also lose yourselves in the great Worcester Maize Maze, which boasts a different theme every year or, head for the hills and visit nearby Malvern, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a paradise for walkers, cyclists and horse-riders.


The West Midland Safari Park is only 19 miles away and Worcester’s central location makes it easy to reach the countless leisure and entertainment opportunities on offer in towns such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Birmingham.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Worcester Shrub Hill (1.4 miles)
National Train Station logo Worcester Foregate Street (1.9 miles)
National Train Station logo Pershore (5.9 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Driving directions

For directions or to arrange a viewing call 01905 887186.

Open Daily from 10:00am - 5:00pm.

About Developer

Bloor Homes
Building for the Future

Bloor Homes design and build homes of distinction tailored to the needs of modern life. Those who aspire to our homes readily acknowledge you only need look at a Bloor Home to realise that not all new homes are the same. But the true difference that sets Bloor Homes apart from the crowd is deeper than the varied architectural styles that first catch the eye.

The Bloor Group began building houses over 35 years ago and today is one of the largest privately owned house building groups in the UK. Building in excess of eighteen hundred homes each year, the house building operation is managed through eight regional companies. Our approach to the design of every new location goes far beyond the provision of superior homes for today’s way of living. We make every effort to conserve the natural balance of each location including the conservation of wildlife and the preservation of natural features – a policy which has been praised by several planning departments.

Our architects create interesting, imaginative layouts that compliment the range of properties. Whichever home you choose, you will find all rooms, together with their high specification, provide not only maximum comfort, but greater freedom of movement. Reserve a Bloor Home in the early stages of construction and you will have the freedom of choice too, to chose from our range of finishes for the kitchen, bathrooms and en-suite facilities.

We keep an eye on the future, combining traditional building materials and using modern methods to reduce maintenance. We pride ourselves on the wide choice of styles we offer from apartments to seven bedroom luxury homes.

With every Bloor Home comes the peace of mind that your needs and enquiries will always be answered, from your first visit to the day you move in to your new home.

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