Malvern Chase, Tewkesbury
Applications for the next phase of 2 bedroom homes are now closed.
The development is situated on the outskirts of Tewkesbury and is surrounded by fields, offering uninterrupted countryside views, yet it is within five minutes’ drive from the town centre.
There, a variety of independent and chain stores can be found among the many historic buildings and along the picturesque medieval streets that give the town its character.
A twice weekly market and monthly farmers’ market draw in shoppers from the surrounding area, while landmarks such as the 12th century Tewkesbury Abbey and the nearby Malvern Hills attract visitors from across the country and beyond.
These quality properties are truly affordable, thanks to shared ownership, a simple and manageable way to own your own home.
Buy an initial share in your home and pay a discounted rent on the rest. Then, as your finances allow, you can purchase further shares in your home as and when you choose, until you own it outright.
Situated in Tewkesbury, just a mile from the town centre and within easy reach of local amenities, as well as major commuting routes to Worcester, Gloucester and Cheltenham.
Tewkesbury has a good selection of primary and secondary schools, with Mitton Manor Primary School and Tewkesbury School – the nearest schools to Malvern Chase. This development is served by the M5 and M50 motorways and the A38 and A46 trunk roads, there are excellent road connections to Bristol and Birmingham.
What to do nearby
Leisure opportunities are plentiful, with residents of these new homes in Tewkesbury ideally placed to take advantage of outdoor pursuits, such as hiking and cycling, in the surrounding countryside, or boating on the rivers Severn and Avon, which meet in the town. The Roses Theatre on Sun Street organises a busy programme of live music, comedy, drama and world cinema, as well as hosting exhibitions, festivals and family activities. Sport and fitness fans will find a gym, two swimming pools and an exercise studio at Tewkesbury Leisure Centre on Gloucester Road, while facilities available at Tewkesbury School Sports Centre include a sports hall, tennis courts and an all-weather pitch.
The town boasts a vibrant mix of independent retailers, specialist shops and well-known high street stores, as well as a market, coffee shops, stylish bars and restaurants.