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Buying a house in Worcestershire

Blessed with period charm and glorious green space in the Cotswolds and Malvern Hills, Worcestershire is very much a rural county on the up.

If all you know about this area is the spicy sauce that bears its name, there's so much more to Worcestershire, a verdant region for fruit and vegetable growing that's within easy reach of big cities.

Worcestershire population is 592,158 (2019).

How much does an average property cost in Worcestershire?

The average property price in Worcestershire is £298.536.

You can find the average price per property type below:

Property typeDetachedSemi-detached TerracedFlats/Maisonettes
Average price£469,421£282,557£218,420£145,040


April 2023 property price data sourced from the Land Registry.

Where are Worcestershire's best home-mover destinations?

The only city in Worcestershire is Worcester itself, and its historic centre features Georgian townhouses, Edwardian mansions and more modern family homes and apartments.

Period homes are a feature of this county, with many of the main towns unspoilt by redevelopment. They include the former spa town of Droitwich, Kidderminster, Malvern and Redditch.

Away from urban areas, pretty villages such as Dodford and Clevelode have an old-world charm that keeps the modern world at bay.

Which council has control of schooling in Worcestershire?

The local authorities responsible for all state education services is Worcestershire County Council.

The county is also home to many independent and academy schools.

You can look up your chosen school and finds out its Ofsted ranking in the government school comparison website.

Did you know?

Croome Park is a stately home that is famous for being the first completed landscape by the noted garden designer Capability Brown. Croome Court was designed at the same time by Robert Adam for the 6th Earl of Coventry.

Spring water flowing off the Malvern Hills helped turn the town of Great Malvern into a Victorian spa town. The water's health-giving properties of the water put the Worcestershire spot on the map.

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Towns and districts within this county include:

Alvechurch, Astwood-Bank, Badsey, Bewdley, Blakedown, Bredon, Broadway, Bromsgrove, Catshill, Chaddesley-Corbett, Clent, Cookley, Droitwich-Spa, Evesham, Fernhill-Heath, Hagley, Hartlebury, Inkberrow, Kempsey, Kidderminster, Lickey-End, Malvern, Ombersley, Pershore, Redditch, Romsley, Rubery, Stourport-On-Severn, Tenbury-Wells, Upton-Upon-Severn, Wolverley, Worcester, Wythall

No Completion No Fee is our promise that in the unfortunate event that your property transaction falls-through you will not be liable for any of the conveyancer’s fixed legal fees for the work completed.

To secure this benefit a fee, already included in your quote, is taken upon on deciding to go ahead with your transaction.

Should your transaction fall through, for whatever reason, we can hold this amount on account for your next transaction or provide a refund.

Your Fixed Legal Fee** quote from Homeward Legal ensures that you pay no more than we have quoted you for and is based on the information you’ve provided to us being true and accurate.

There are specific circumstances on a minority of transactions that may require additional charges that could not be foreseen at the outset.

A list of those charges and explanations can be found here with details of the potential cost. These will only be charged following discussion with your conveyancer with a clear explanation of what they are for.