Upton Snodsbury is where our fabulous offices are located. You are very welcome to pop in for a cuppa and soak up the wonderful views. If you do want to come and see us please call ahead so we can make sure some is there to welcome you, as we are often out and about seeing clients and showing off our beautiful homes to potential purchasers.
Founded in the seventh century and mentioned in the Domesday Book, Upton Snodsbury has been both described as “a village in the orchards” and “a jewel in Worcestershire”.
The first thing you will notice is the abundance of black and white timber framed houses located mostly in the conservation area by the church. There are some 26 Listed Grade II buildings in the village as well as a pleasing mix of Victorian and 20th century houses.
Although the village itself is not ideal for retail therapy you can reach Worcester town centre in fewer than 20 minutes and the busting Worcester Parkway railway station is just seven miles away offering direct links to London and Birmingham.
The Oak is an independently owned steak house and grill with open fires, flag stone flooring and cosy rugs. There’s an easy feel to this place and certainly no stiff formalities. Soak up the laid back atmosphere and enjoy a relaxing drink in the delightful beer garden.
The aforementioned pub conveniently offers accommodation for family and friends.
This family friendly village offers a recreational park with a five-a-side football pitch and playground.
Conveniently located just seven miles east of Worcester, the village contains around 150 dwellings, a highly regarded first school, an ancient church, village shop/post office and modern village hall.