Located in the heart of Bromsgrove this development offers a range of one and two bed apartments. All properties benefit from shared gardens and a lounge as well as use of two guest rooms for any visiting friends and family.
There is a strong sense of community and residents often arrange coffee mornings, afternoon teas as well as social events in the evenings. An on-site manager looks after the upkeep of the buildings and gardens, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. The main high street is a short walk from the development providing easy access to the local amenities.
Bromsgrove has a public library situated in the centre of the town with a wide selection of books, films and music as well as 25 computers with internet access. The Dolphin Centre is a large public leisure centre and sports centre with two swimming pools and a large sports hall. Bromsgrove Bowls Club which runs indoor and outdoor bowls is based in Charford.
The Worcester and Birmingham Canal runs close to Bromsgrove and is a great destination for walking, coarse fishing and cycling. There are several narrow boat hire centres situated in nearby villages.
Out and about
The municipal Sanders Park has a good selection of basketball courts, tennis courts, a skate park, children’s play area and football pitches. It is the venue for the annual bonfire night with its fireworks display and fair ground rides. Big bands perform regularly in the bandstand.
For those interested in the countryside, the Lickey Hills, Clent Hills and Waseley Hills offer beautiful views and walking. Artrix is a multi-purpose arts centre that provides theatre, films, National Theatre live performances, rock concerts, folk music and stand-up comedians. For classical music enthusiasts, there are concerts by the ESO and Midland Sinfonia and the annual classical music festival.
Location and transport links
Bromsgrove in Worcestershire is about 16 miles from Worcester and 13 miles from Birmingham city centre. Bromsgrove is intersected by the A38. The M5 runs to the west and the M42 to the north. There are frequent trains to Birmingham New Street, Worcester and Hereford. There is also a bus station adjacent to the high street. Buses operate to a wide area of Worcestershire and the West Midlands
Distance to GP: 0.11 miles
Distance to shop: 0.28 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.28 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.45 miles