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Whitworth Gardens in Honeybourne

by Owl Homes

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Owl Homes

2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses
From £355,000

Honeybourne, Worcestershire, WR11 7PP

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WALKING DISTANCE TO HONEYBOURNE TRAIN STATION

One of Worcestershire’s most attractive and characterful villages, Honeybourne offers the very best of town and country living. With an active local community and enviable position on the gateway to the Cotswold Area of Natural Beauty, Honeybourne ensures something for aspiring homeowners from all lifestyles, from first time buyers and young couples to growing families or those looking to downsize. On the village’s northern edge is where you’ll find Whitworth Gardens, a contemporary collection of 60 two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom new homes.

Traditionally constructed and highly energy efficient, homes at Whitworth Gardens benefit from private parking and sizeable rear gardens. Here you’ll find a range of detached, semi-detached and terraced properties in 17 different designs, including some stylish bungalows and impressive L-shape layouts. Homes feature open plan interiors while extra kerb appeal is created with thoughtful detailing such as decorative chimneys, mock Tudor boarding, porch canopies and brick voussoir window surrounds.

Living in Honeybourne, you’ll find there’s much to discover on the doorstep. The village’s amenities are plentiful, including two convenience stores, petrol station and garage, hairdresser, beautician, fish and chip shop, Chinese takeaway, and village hall, which hosts an array of activities from exercise classes and Irish dancing lessons to murder mystery evenings and movie nights. Not forgetting Honeybourne Pottery, a studio running pottery classes and workshops. The village also has two pubs; The Gate Inn for live sport and entertainment, and the Grade II listed Thatched Tavern, which dates to the 13th Century and is a cosy spot to enjoy classic pub fare with family, friends and four-legged patrons!

The neighbouring market town of Evesham, just six miles away, has further facilities including banks, medical centre, dental surgery, pharmacy, supermarkets, cinema, high street shops and restaurants. For sport and fitness fans, Honeybourne has its own gym, The Fitness Room, and its football team, the Honeybourne Harriers accepts players from ages 7-17. Tennis, rowing and rugby clubs can all be found in Evesham while the championship course at The Vale Golf & Country Club is just a 20-minute drive.

For family adventures, Honeybourne’s very own nature centre and animal park, All Things Wild, is not too be missed, or why not ride the steam train at Evesham Vail Light Railway or join in the fun at the annual river festival. Historians can take in the medieval splendour at nearby Warwick Castle, theatre enthusiasts can see Shakespeare’s birthplace and delight in a performance by the world-renowned RSC in Stratford-upon-Avon, and those who love the great outdoors can visit the scenic Cotswolds towns of Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water and Moreton-in-Marsh, all within a half hour drive of Whitworth Gardens.

An excellent location for young families, Honeybourne’s village school, Honeybourne Primary Academy, has an Ofsted ‘Good’ rating and takes pupils from ages 2-11. Nearby secondary schools include The De Montfort School, St Egwin’s C of E Middle School, and Prince Henry’s High School. For higher and further education, Evesham College offers a wide range of vocational courses and apprenticeships, while the University of Worcester and the Royal Agricultural University at Cheltenham are both top ranking.

Homes at Whitworth Gardens are well-positioned for rail, road and international travel. Honeybourne has its own train station with excellent direct links to Evesham and Worcester as well as across to Oxford, Reading and London Paddington in under two hours. The A46 and A44 ensure Worcester, Royal Leamington Spa and Coventry are all commutable as well as linking to the M5 and M40 for journeys to the South West and South East. For international travel, Birmingham Airport is only 33.6 miles away.

If you’re looking for a modern new home in a well-connected and picturesque English village, then it’s time to make your move to Whitworth Gardens.

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