Looking for Estate Agents in Worcestershire? Choose Chancellors
With a team of local experts situated in the heart of Worcester, Chancellors Estate Agents are best placed to help you find your dream property in the county of Worcestershire.
A stunning county in the heart of England, Worcestershire enjoys plenty of transport links with the rest of the country and beyond. Steeped in history, surrounded by glorious countryside, and filled with beautiful market towns and the bustling city of Worcester, Worcestershire is an attractive county for homebuyers of all stripes.
Our team has intimate knowledge of the area, providing wealth of knowledge about the Worcestershire property market. Combined with our experience and our dedication to unrivalled service, we can help you find the right area, the right price, and the right home for you.
Whether you’re looking to buy, let, or sell a property in Worcestershire, our team is at your disposal six days a week (from Monday to Saturday) to answer any of your questions and guide you through your property journey.
Where’s the Best Place to Live in Worcestershire?
There are so many factors that determine whether an area is right for you: the properties available, the transport links you need, the local facilities that are important to you. It can be a daunting process to try to meet these needs, which is why we’re here to help. Our local knowledge can help focus your search on the areas that are right for you.
Whether you’re a first-time buyer, planning on moving up the ladder or looking to invest, we have all the information you need. Get in touch with our team at our Worcester branch page, who would be delighted to help you.
A Homebuyer’s Overview of Worcestershire
The heart of Worcestershire (and where you’ll find our office) is Worcester, a bustling city that’s renowned for its stunning cathedral and historical architecture. Residents enjoy all the amenities you might expect from a city of Worcester’s size, as well as excellent transport links and good schools. Find out more about living in Worcester.
Beyond Worcester, the county is home to a number of market towns. To the south lies Ledbury, an inspiration to poet Wordsworth with its leaning half-timbered cottages and narrow alleyways, and home to Walton Hill, one of the highest points in the county and an incredible viewpoint.
Over to the south-east rests Evesham, often referred to as the fruit basket of England due to the abundance of farmlands in the area. Built around the River Avon, it’s known for riverside pubs and restaurants, as well as idyllic walks.
Spa town Malven is south-west of Worcester. The nearby Malvern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty, attract walkers, hikers and explorers. The town itself hosts historical buildings such as the Great Malvern Priory and the Malvern Museum.
Redditch in the north-east was once the heart of England’s needle industry. Now it is home to the ruined Bordesley Abbey, the Forge Mill Needle Museum, and Arrow Valley Country Park, 900 acres of green space popular amongst bird watchers, sailors, and fishers.
Lying in the north is Kidderminster, known for its historic pubs, Victorian buildings, and the beautiful Caldwell Castle, of which just one tower remains. Walkers and explorers also love the nearby ancient woodlands of the Wyre Forest.
Of course, there’s much more to Worcestershire than we can fit into this space. Get in touch with our team and tell them what you’re looking for, and they can recommend the perfect spot in Worcestershire for you.
The Attractions of Worcestershire
Worcestershire may be famed for the sauce, but it’s also a county in the heart of England, surrounded by beautiful countryside, home to history spanning hundreds of years, with connections to the rest of the country and beyond.
Take just one look at the rolling hills and unspoilt beauty of the Worcestershire countryside and you’ll understand why it’s said to have inspired Tolkien’s Shire.
Families will love seeing the steam engines in action and taking a ride on the Severn Valley Railway, or seeing some of the world’s most beautiful & endangered animal species at West Midland Safari Park.
Love a green space? Hike through the Malvern Hills, explore ancient woodlands in Wyre Forest, or wander the bluebell-carpeted trails of Tiddesley Wood Nature Reserve.
Are you a history buff? Worcester Cathedral is steeped in stories of the past, with stunning architecture and stained glass. The county itself is peppered with iron-age hill forts, stately homes, spa and market towns, as well as battle sites that saw pivotal moments in the War of the Roses or the English Civil War play out on the Worcestershire stage.
And when you want to travel beyond Worcestershire’s borders, the excellent travel links by both rail and road mean that it’s straightforward to get to London, as well as explore nearby destinations such as Wye Valley, Bristol, Oxford or Birmingham, where Birmingham airport connects you to countries around the world.
Find Your Dream Home in Worcestershire
If you’re looking for your next home in our area, let our expert team of local Worcestershire estate agents help narrow the search. With our intimate knowledge of the area and our dedication to unrivalled service, we’ll help you join the ranks of our many happy customers who we’ve helped find their dream home.
Get in touch with our team of Worcestershire estate agents today.