Properties in Worcester, Hereford and the Three Counties
Worcestershire is one of the country’s most beautiful counties and is perhaps best characterised by its idyllic villages and hamlets, some renowned for their black and white timber framed houses, others for their mellow Cotswold stone. Browse available stunning houses and other properties in Hereford, Herefordshire, Malvern, Shropshire, Worcesterhshire and across Wales.
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Living in the Three Counties
The Three Counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire offer an idyllic and affordable lifestyle, whilst Worcester and Hereford themselves have great relocation appeal as vibrant and historic Cathedral cities.
An increasing number of buyers are choosing to relocate to Worcester, Hereford and the surrounding villages, to capitalise on the current, competitive house prices and the more leisurely pace of life. One key difference when compared to other parts of the country is that once people move here, they often stay long term. It is not unusual to sell houses that owners have lived in for over 30 years having relocated to the county from elsewhere.
At the Heart of England, situated between Birmingham, The Cotswolds and the West Country, the Three Counties is rapidly becoming a choice destination for those seeking exceptional value for money. The central location of Worcester and Hereford provides excellent accessibility and convenient transport links to Birmingham and London, throughout the rest of the country, and further afield.
Herefordshire is the gateway to Wales and the South West. Renowned for its pretty hamlets, villages and historic bustling market towns, there is an array of different styles of property in this area. Styles range from red sandstone and white stucco to red brick and black and white timber framed houses. View all our properties for sale in Herefordshire. The Knight Frank Three Counties office specialises in the sale of individual properties and some of the most impressive houses across the region. Whether you are looking for a small cottage, large farmhouse, equestrian home, gentrified manor house, commercial farm or magnificent country estate, we have a strong track record, and can find the property that's right for you.
It is no surprise Herefordshire has been voted the top place to live in the Midlands and one of the top places to live in the country (Sunday Times, 2016). The house prices, quality of life, excellent schooling and low crime rates are among just a handful of reasons to live in the area.
Few counties can boast having two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty within its boundary. The Wye Valley and Malvern Hills provide some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country. Agriculture remains a significant industry with cider apples, hops, Herefordshire cattle and Ryeland sheep being notable exports. Well known food fairs are held annually in Ludlow and nearby Abergavenny, and most towns have excellent regular farmers markets.
Culturally Herefordshire has a lot to offer. There are several good theatres dotted around the county with the Courtyard Theatre in Hereford being most notable. The internationally renowned Three Choirs Festival, Hay-on-Wye Book Festival, Ledbury Poetry Festival and Art Week are just a handful of many annual cultural events.
Worcestershire covers more than 700 square miles and is one of the country’s most beautiful counties, perhaps best known for its idyllic villages situated amidst stunning scenic landscape and its noted Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The hills of the county form a natural boundary around the county of Worcestershire, The Malverns to the South West, Bredon Hill to the South East, and the Clent and Lickey Hills to the North; with The Severn and Teme river valleys on the West side.
Worcestershire boasts a number of high achieving independent schools, acclaimed professional county sports clubs and facilities, an array of leisure, recreational and country pursuits, a keen arts & cultural scene including numerous celebrated festivals and a fantastic supply of local food producers.
At its heart, the majestic Cathedral City of Worcester also boasts great historical significance being the site of the end of the English Civil War with the Battle of Worcester in 1651.There is a wealth of historical architecture throughout the county; perhaps most notably recorded by the magnificent Norman/Gothic Cathedral which is the striking backdrop of the legendary Worcestershire County Cricket Ground.
Why use Knight Frank
Knight Frank knows property across the Three Counties.
We have an experienced team of staff who are passionate about providing the best possible level of service. We offer our clients and applicants the consummate property package, as well as exceptional, professional and efficient service. With the help of our in-house corporate services department we can offer a global perspective to the local lettings market. We have secured properties for tenants from a wide range of nationalities, demonstrating the wide ranging international demand for the very best rental property.
Our office, located directly opposite Worcester Cathedral, provides you with one of the most experienced property teams in the region. Knight Frank Three Counties is a passionate team of property experts, who all live and work across the area. We have more than 70 years of professional agency experience and that gives us the edge. You can expect a personal, honest and attentive service that will support you through the buying and selling process from the start to the finish line.
Contact our team of property experts, search for property for sale in Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and South Shropshire or request a no obligation market appraisal.