Welford Chase in Warwickshire - ALL PARK HOMES SOLD!
Welford Chase residential park is located on the banks of the River Avon, ideal for anyone keen to explore some of England’s most intriguing history and heritage. Warwickshire is one of the nation’s most intriguing regions, with historic towns and heritage trails on the doorstep of the park. Welford Chase is a modern and rural development, ideal for anyone looking to retire into the heart of the country. It is only a 5-minute drive from Stratford-Upon-Avon, one of the most historically important towns in the county, if not the UK
Welford Chase residential park offers a beautiful riverside setting with a close-knit community in a stunning location. While it offers access to some of the county’s best-loved towns and villages, residents can always expect to head back to their own unique corner of the countryside. With it getting harder for people to find affordable homes out in the country, Welford Chase offers idyllic living in one of Warwickshire's most desirable villages - Welford-on-Avon. It is likely to be ideal for those looking for a calmer pace of living.
Welford Chase picturesque surroundings are likely to be a big selling point for many interested homebuyers. However, the park itself is just as popular for its careful management, its secure community, and for its proximity to so many amenities and attractions. Moving into a rural corner of England does not mean having to give up on modern technology or creature comforts. With that in mind, Welford Chase could well present a lucrative opportunity for anyone keen to downsize.
Downsizing to a quiet, luxurious property near the Cotswolds is likely to be a dream come true for many people. Properties at Welford Chase will move quickly due to the park's popularity. Therefore, early viewing is always a good idea.
About Welford Chase
Welford Chase, an Avon Estates development is a desirable, exclusive residential park which puts homeowners close to the heart of English heritage. Benefitting from rural surroundings, the park owners have taken the time to design their development to fit the local area.
The community at Welford Chase is very close. This means that anyone new moving to the park can expect to get to know their neighbours well in a short space of time. Unlike moving to the suburbs, buyers will find that they move alongside likeminded people. That’s because Welford Chase is exclusive to homeowners over the age of 50. This means that it is an ideal community for retirees, and for those who are looking for a gentler pace of living.
It is a pet-friendly development, meaning that new residents can choose to bring a cat or even dog with them to explore the local walking and nature trails. It is a great way to get closer to the local countryside and to see a side of England that is infinitely greener than most. Being set on the banks of the River Avon residents can enjoy private fishing and boat moorings
Welford Chase is in a great position for a variety of entertainment and local facilities, meaning that it is the perfect choice both for residents looking to take things easy, and for those who want to enjoy every second trying new things.
Welford Chase’s stunning rural location is right on the banks of the River Avon. This makes for some wonderful walking trips, whether alone, with a partner and/or with a canine companion. The walking trails and countryside are very popular with Welford Chase residents, many of whom move here simply to sample England’s greener side.
It is easy to get to the park from various towns and villages nearby. If heading from Stratford-Upon-Avon, residents can head down Ely Street, onto Ely Gardens, then towards Rother Street and the A4390. Continuing straight, there should be a left turn at Binton Road before a further left into Welford Chase itself. Using GPS, the park is always very easy to find.
The park itself is in the idyllic village of Welford-on-Avon, just 4 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon. Welford boasts local pubs and shopping facilities, as well as golf, bowls and social groups on the doorstep. Residents can also explore the area for its variety of historic buildings, there are a number of National Trust properties in the area. Many residents will simply want to enjoy riverside walks and panoramas. There is plenty to see and do in the local area, but the exclusive riverside location means the views at home are equally impressive.
The Local Area
Anyone moving to Welford Chase will also likely want to know more about the local area. The park’s team will always be happy to answer any questions. Even though the park is a modern development, the owners and staff know the area well and are always ready to help make recommendations for days out.
The main attraction for many people moving to Welford Chase will be Stratford-upon-Avon itself. Stratford is, of course, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, perhaps England’s best-known poet and playwright. Visitors to the town can take in museums and exhibitions dedicated to his work, as well as a tour of his home, which still stands to this day. The town itself offers a wonderful choice of restaurants, historic markets and strives to make its heritage a core part of its everyday appeal. Therefore, it can sometimes feel like stepping back into the past.
There is also the popular Stratford Racecourse close by, with Warwick Racecourse only a short drive away. Therefore, residents keen to see racing up close will never have to travel too far. There are also a range of National Trust properties and gardens nearby, and residents are only a few miles north of the spectacular Cotswolds, one of the most popular Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the region. For greenery as well as history, Welford Chase puts residents and visitors close to a wide variety of days out.
Of course, residents can also take in a show at one of the best-loved theatres in the country, the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, which naturally has its place in the heart of Bard’s home town.
Why Choose Welford Chase?
Welford Chase presents a quiet, exclusive riverside park home living in a rural corner of Warwickshire likely to be popular for many years to come. Its closeness to Stratford-upon-Avon, as well as to popular areas such as The Cotswolds, are also major reasons for the community remaining so popular.
The park’s proximity to local attractions and its great public transport links, with a bus stop tight outside the park, means that residents can come and go as they please, to explore Warwickshire in closer detail.