£360,000 - £565,000
4 and 5 bedroom properties
Birmingham Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
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Conveniently located a mile from the market town of Bromsgrove and with easy access to the M42 and M5 motorways, Gilbert's Lea is the ideal place to buy your next home.
Discover an exciting collection of four and five bedroom homes perfect for growing families and those looking to downsize to a more manageable home.
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Thursday 27th Dec - Sunday 30th Dec: Open
Monday 31st Dec - Tuesday 1st Jan: Closed
Wednesday 2nd Jan onwards: OpenThe town centre is just a mile away is contains an impressive range of big brand names including Waterstone's, Boots, Dorothy Perkins, Argos, New Look and many others. There's also a range of goods on offer - visit Leigh Jones Butchers & Delicatessen and there's also ASDA, Iceland and a Co-Op in the town. Foe something a little different, visit the street market held every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. Bromsgrove district has over 70 parks and beautiful countryside including the impressive Lickey Hills Country Park nearby, a vibrant music and arts scene and state-of-the-art sporting facilities including David Lloyd and the The Dolphin Centre. If you're looking for more variety, the vibrant city of Birmingham is just 13 miles away.Bromsgrove benefits from excellent travel links and is ideal for commuters. The A38 Eastern Bypass gives direct access to J1 of the M42 and J4 & 5 of the M5 providing links to Birmingham and Worcester. The town's mainline train station also runs regularly into Birmingham and Worcester and there's a number of bus routes that link the town and neighbouring villages.
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