Welcome to The Ridge
Your dream home is waiting for you at The Ridge, Westcott Rise.
Whether you are looking to make your first step onto the property ladder, plan your next move or looking to downsize, we are sure you’ll find something you’ll love here at The Ridge.
Ask us about the fantastic incentives available! All flooring and turf is included on all plots within The Ridge.
Discover this collection of just 17 exceptional 3 and 4 bedroom homes on the fringes of the sought-after Georgian market town of Pershore. Surrounded by gorgeous countryside views, on the edge of the Malvern Hills, The Ridge offers an exclusive lifestyle within Westcott Rise, enjoying the best of rural living on the outskirts of this charming town with all the benefits of excellent road and rail links.
Designed for the flexible needs of modern life, the homes offer warmth and appeal alongside contemporary touches, promising an enviable quality of life in this desirable setting.
This exciting new phase of Westcott Rise, set within a friendly and welcoming community, makes this distinctive collection the perfect place to call home.
Westcott Rise is located in the elegant market town of Pershore and set in the heart of the Vale of Evesham, just over 10 miles from the cathedral city of Worcester.
Pershore is surrounded by beautiful villages, tranquil countryside and woodland walks including the 185-acre Tiddesley Wood, which is said to date from the last Ice Age. The town is framed with elegant Georgian architecture and is known for its impressive medieval Abbey, Bredon Hill, and the charming River Avon that flows alongside the High Street.
A short walk from the town centre stands Pershore bridge, the only remaining monastic bridge over this stretch of the River Avon and the site of Civil War skirmishes – look closely to spot some remaining scars from the battle. Today, the bridge is a much more relaxing place to visit next to the beautiful river where you can watch the boats and barges and spot herons, cormorants, kingfishers, and more amazing wildlife. Pershore is so well-known for its historical attractions that the Council for British Archaeology included it in their list of 51 “Gem Towns” worthy of special consideration for historic preservation.
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