Heath Meadow | Bromford, 2-3 bed homes
2 and 3 bedroom homes in Fernhill Heath.
Local area information
Our range of 2 and 3 bedroom homes at Heath Meadow is located in the village of Fernhill Heath, Worcestershire.
Heath Meadow is within easy reach of local amenities, including The White Hart and Bull Inn pubs and post office, a 10 minute walk away from the development.
Situated just off the A38 in North Worcestershire, Heath Meadow offers a great place to put down roots. From the development, you’re within 3 miles of both Worcester and Droitwich, offering great transport links to the wider Midlands and South West. Junction 6 of the M5 is just a 7 minute drive, with access to the M42 and M6.
If you’re new to the area, then you might be looking for a team to support. Worcester Warriors RFC play in the English Premiership and play their home games at Sixways Stadium, which is located next to J6 of the M5. There’s also the David Lloyd gym on the same complex if you’re looking to keep fit. If you fancy playing 18 holes, then Ravenmeadow Golf Club is also nearby.
The village is served by Worcestershire’s three-tiered education system, with Hindlip Church of England First School the nearest school for younger children. Claines Church of England Primary School is also a five minute drive away. The nearest high schools are located in Worcester and Droitwich, which are a 25 minute bus ride away.
*Distance (miles) and journey times are approximate and are taken from Google Maps.
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