A family home: convenient, comfy, and designed for the whole family
Beautifully presented & improved four bedroom detached house, situated in the very popular estate, The Oakalls, Bromsgrove.
Well maintained canal path, lovely to walk along no matter what time of day, pleasant countryside and good country pubs along the way.
As well as a bustling town centre with numerous shops and eateries, Bromsgrove boasts a rich architectural heritage which is evidenced by buildings like the Parish Church of St John, Grafton Manor and Perry Hall, former home of the famed poet A E Houseman, to whom a local trail and town centre statue are dedicated. In keeping with the artistic theme, the Bromsgrove Music Festival which runs from late April - early May is a must for music lovers. The Festival covers the musical spectrum, from jazz to classical with many internationally acclaimed artists performing. Just outside the town is Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings where visitors can roam the 15 acre open air site housing over 25 historic buildings including a 1940s prefab, a windmill and the national collection of telephone kiosks. Additionally, the Worcester and Birmingham canal runs close to Bromsgrove and it's an ideal destination for numerous leisure activities. Winding through the countryside, the canal starts at the River Severn in Worcester and passes through Tardebigge locks, the longest flight of navigable locks in the country, with 30 locks climbing 217 feet (66m) before reaching Birmingham.
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