Malvern Rise is our new collection of modern homes coming soon to the beautiful Victorian spa town of Malvern. The range of two, three and four-bedroom homes is ideal for first-time buyers and families.
The development will enjoy convenient access to the stunning Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Dividing the stunning countryside of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, the Malvern Hills have many paths and are a great spot for a relaxing walk or cycle ride.
Malvern is well-known for its wide choice of attractions and is a popular destination boasting excellent local markets, historical points of interest, restaurants and inns and a state-of-the-art spa.
Living at Malvern Rise means you'll be able to benefit from excellent transport links. The A449 road runs through the centre of Malvern, connecting to Worcester and Ledbury. It's conveniently close to the M5 motorway providing access to Birmingham and Exeter. There are two nearby train stations, Malvern Link and Great Malvern, where major operators Great Western Railway and West Midlands go as far as Hereford, Birmingham New Street, Brighton, and London Paddington.
With its stunning surroundings, thoughtfully-designed new homes and a host of local amenities and attractions, it's easy to see why Malvern Rise would be a great place to call home.
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Situated close to a stunning landscape, the Victorian spa town of Malvern is well-known for its wide choice of attractions and is a popular destination for those visiting on a short break, or even those looking to set up home. Malvern also boasts excellent local markets, historical points of interest, restaurants and inns.
If you would like to know more about Malvern Link, please call our on-site sales advisor at Malvern Rise on 01684 214 683 who will be happy to tell you more.
Malvern has regular markets throughout the month. At the country market, taking place each Friday, you’ll find a huge assortment of trinkets and delicious food. There’s also a regular farmers market taking place on the second Sunday of each month, and is well-regarded for its variety of local produce. For even more choice you’ll find a variety of supermarkets in the area where you’ll be able to do your weekly grocery shop.
If you enjoy getting out and about, Malvern is an excellent place to enjoy some of England’s finest countryside. Dividing the stunning countryside of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, the Malvern Hills has many paths and are a great spot for a relaxing walk or, for something more strenuous, why not take a hike along the steeper ridge of the Malvern Hills. Living at Malvern Rise also affords you the opportunity to explore the breath-taking Teme Valley.
If you fancy some rest and relaxation, Malvern has a state-of-the-art spa, which boasts an indoor-outdoor hydrotherapy pool, numerous massage and facial treatment options as well as professional nail and tanning packages. If you want to get a sweat on, you could also visit the 50-station gym which offers a range of equipment alongside over 30 fitness classes per week.
There are no less than 13 primary schools in the town and its suburbs including eight Church of England, one Roman Catholic, and four non-denominational state schools. The Chase is a secondary school that services the local area. With around 1300 pupils it’s a specialist Technology, Language and Science college under the specialist schools programme.
Malvern is also in catchment of Hanley Castle High School, located in the village of Hanley Castle. With around 1000 pupils, including its sixth form centre, Hanley Castle High School is a specialist Language College and was founded in 1326 as a chantry school, making it one of the oldest schools in England.
Malvern Rise has excellent transport links. The A449 road runs through the centre of Malvern and connects you to Worcester and Ledbury. You’re also conveniently close to the M5 motorway where you’ll have convenient access to Birmingham and Exeter. You’ll also have your pick from two nearby train stations: Malvern Link and Great Malvern, where major operators Great Western Railway and West Midlands can take you as far as Hereford, Birmingham New Street, Brighton, and London Paddington.
Malvern has a community hospital on Worcester Road in Malvern Link. Major health facilities are provided by hospitals in Worcester.
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