Royal Oak is a small and exclusive development of eight homes built to harmonise and enhance the street scene of one of Worcestershire’s delightful villages. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, yet only a few miles North West of the cathedral city of Worcester with its vibrant blend of old and new, Hallow really is a superb location which fulfils the demands of modern living.
Buyers can choose from quality two and three bedroom townhouses all with parking spaces and attractive, spacious four bedroom detached properties with separate garages.
Each home is built with the customer in mind. From safety and security fittings like smoke and burglar alarms to low maintenance features such as UPVC windows. Plus every house benefits from photovoltaic panels on the roof giving the opportunity for savings on energy bills.
Hallow is an attractive village with an historic past: at one time it was owned by Worcester Cathedral and is recorded in the Domesday Book. Colonel William Careless, who preserved the life of Charles II by hiding him in the Royal Oak in 1651, was resident in Hallow during the 1680s.
Today the idyllic village green, numerous listed buildings, a notable church with a 150 foot spire completed in 1879 and the peaceful surrounding countryside provide an excellent backdrop for your new home.
Hallow still has a village shop and stores, a post office, the Crown Inn pub and restaurant and Hallow Primary School is rated as good by Ofsted. A choice of independent and state secondary schools are available in the nearby University city of Worcester.
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