New Homes in Worcestershire

A county in the West Midlands region, Worcestershire shares a boundary with Warwickshire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire, in addition to Shropshire, Staffordshire and the West Midlands county. New builds in Worcestershire offer plenty of choice for all kinds of budgets, whether you’ve got your eye on biggest city Worcester, or a town such as Redditch or Kidderminster.

From castles and cathedrals to country parks like Lickey Hills and other natural draws like Kinver Edge and the Malvern Hills, you’ve also got the Cotswolds and attractions such as Broadway Tower in the southern reaches of the county. You can start exploring our latest developments in Worcestershire below.

Henbrook Gardens

Henbrook Gardens

Westonhall Road, Stoke Prior, BROMSGROVE, WORCESTERSHIRE, B60 4AL

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £267,995 to £409,995
Hawk Rise

Hawk Rise

Leadon Way, Ledbury, LEDBURY, COUNTY OF HEREFORDSHIRE, HR8 2XW

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £289,995 to £385,995
B5 Central

B5 Central

Barrow Walk, Birmingham, B5 7LG

  • 1 and 2 bedroom homes
  • £127,750 to £242,500
Berrington Place
Coming soon

Berrington Place

Sherlock Street, Highgate, B5 7LG

  • Coming soon
Warwick Gates

Warwick Gates

Harper Close, Warwick, WARWICK, WARWICKSHIRE, CV34 7AE

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £220,995 to £452,995
Rose Meadow

Rose Meadow

Off Churchward Drive, Lawley, TELFORD, TELFORD AND WREKIN, TF3 5EX

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £172,995 to £225,995

Live the Worcestershire life

Whether it’s the history, culture or natural beauty that’s drawing you to Worcestershire, this well-positioned county is a great place to buy a new home. Especially when you could save thousands of pounds with one of our popular offers including the government-led Help to Buy, where a 5% deposit to give you a serious leg up on the property ladder.

Things to see and do in Worcestershire

If you love to go walking then this area will be ideal for you, thanks to beauty spots like the Malvern Hills, Clent Hills and Lickey Hills Country Park. Climb the Worcestershire Beacon for spectacular views, or go for a gentler stroll around Croome Court, Hanbury Hall and Witley Court and Gardens. 

Whether you’re visiting Worcester Cathedral and Worcester City Art Gallery, or taking the kids to Wyre Forest with its fun-filled adventure centre, you’ve also got the Cotswolds close at hand for relaxing walks before lunch at a country pub.

Education

There are plenty of good schools in the area for your kids, including one of the West Midlands’ top performers, St George’s Catholic Primary School in the Worcester suburb of Barbourne. If you’re looking for an outstanding primary school in Worcester, then Grimley and Holt CofE fits the bill according to Ofsted, while Kidderminster’s Stottesdon CofE is rated just as highly. 

Children moving on to a secondary school in Kidderminster should consider the outstanding Haybridge High School and Sixth Form or Hagley Catholic High School, while St Augustine’s Catholic High School in Redditch and Worcester King’s School and Royal Grammar School are also highly rated.

Worcestershire transport links

The M5 is the main motorway which links Worcestershire to other parts of the Midlands and beyond. It passes to the east of Worcester on its way north to Birmingham and south towards Bristol and Exeter. 

The M42 and M50 also pass through the county, which doesn’t have a major international airport of its own but can provide good access to Birmingham Airport, depending on where you live. However, there are good bus and rail links throughout.

The Worcestershire property scene

The property market in Worcestershire has been enjoying a sustained boom over recent years, and it’s little wonder with some of the houses you can buy. Whether you want to be in a town centre or a quaint village like Stoke Prior, in the outskirts of Worcester and Birmingham – where you can find lovely 2, 3 and 4 bed homes to suit a range of budgets – don’t forget to ask about our latest offers when you enquire. Our Movemaker and Part Exchange schemes are particularly popular, where you can sell your current home without having to pay any estate agent fees.