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Show Home Room By Room: The Orchards, Upton Snodsbury

Posted 3 August 2021 by Keith Osborne

We take a close look at ‘The Redfield’ at The Orchards, a development from Owl Homes in Upton Snodsbury…

‘The Redfield’ is an attractive four-bedroom family home at The Orchards, a contemporary collection of nine houses from Owl Homes in the picturesque village of Upton Snodsbury, Worcestershire.

Nestled in the heart of rural Worcestershire, yet just seven miles from Worcester city centre, Upton Snodsbury is surrounded by farmland and benefits from its own thriving community, including a post office and convenience store, The Oak pub, an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ rated primary school, St Kenelm’s Church, village hall and parish park.

Furthermore for parents, The Orchards is situated within the Pershore catchment area, which operates on a three-tier educational system with primary and middle schools feeding into Pershore High School, rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. For independent schools, higher and further education, Worcester has plenty of excellent choices including the King’s School, founded by Henry VIII, Heart of Worcestershire College and the University of Worcester

‘The Redfield’ is on Plot 9 and is part of an attractive street scene. The external appearance of these executive family homes includes a combination of brick and rendering, with feature details such as stone sills, entrance canopies and gable windows ensuring plenty of ‘kerb appeal’. This home type comes with a single detached garage. Price on application.

The OrchardsAt the front of this detached property, you’ll find the snug or home office with its bay window offering plenty of natural light.

The OrchardsThe OrchardsThe OrchardsAcross the hall is the spacious lounge with an Ebben & York wood burner, and walking past the cloakroom and utility room leads you into the distinctive, L-shaped kitchen/diner/breakfast room with bi-fold doors to turfed/paved rear garden. The kitchens are individually designed for Owl Homes and come with a range of Samsung integrated appliances. Bluetooth system ceiling speakers are fitted to the kitchen.

The OrchardsOn the first floor, the Redfield’s generous living space continues. The master bedroom features a private dressing area with fitted wardrobes alongside an en suite shower room.

The OrchardsThree further bedrooms, one with en suite, and a family bathroom make the ideal space for children and guests. The are fitted with contemporary sanitaryware by Roca with polished chrome brassware by Bristan.

Living at The Orchards also means you’ll be well-positioned to access the main road and rail networks. The M5 is just a five-minute drive away and neighbouring Worcester has three train stations – Foregate Street, Shrub Hill and Worcestershire Parkway – offering connections to Birmingham New Street, London Paddington and Bristol Temple Meads. For international travel, Birmingham Airport is just over 30 miles away.

Prices at The Orchards start at £370,000 for a three-bedroom home and £635,000 for a four-bedroom home. Find out more from Owl Homes.


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