Kinwarton Road, Alcester, Warwickshire
Alcester : Alcester is on the old Roman Road leading west from Stratford-upon-Avon and lies at the junction of the rivers Arrow and Alne. In the 12th century it was known as Alencestre 'Roman town on the River Alne' though little now remains of the Roman camp near Ryknild Street. There are many half-timbered houses along the side streets with the Town Hall dating from the 17th century and the gabled Old Malt House from the sixteenth. Ragley Hall nearby is surrounded by 8000 acres of farmland and woodland and a 400 acre park, including a lake, landscaped by Capability Brown.
: Oversley House is situated off Kinwarton Road and was built by New Horizon Homes Limited in 1987. It consists of 58 houses, flats and bungalows in attractive gardens close to the centre of the town.
: These include a resident manager and emergency alarm service, communal lounge, guest facilities and laundry and gardens. It is just a short walk to the shops.
Alcester is about seven miles east of Stratford-upon-Avon and nine miles north of Evesham. Redditch is about six miles and Worcester 12 miles. The M5 motorway at Junction 6 is 13 miles.
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