An iconic small town in the north Cotswolds area of Worcestershire, Broadway is renowned for its picturesque honey coloured Cotswold stone houses, the plethora of art galleries and antique shops and its famous hotels and restaurants. A favourite haunt of artists and with a thriving tourist trade, Broadway benefits from being within easy reach of local centres such as Evesham, Pershore and Cheltenham, as well as larger cities such as Birmingham. Broadway Tower, built on the escarpment immediately above the town, is one of Britain’s outstanding viewpoints and from its 1024 foot height above sea level it is possible to see some 13 counties.
The street from which Broadway received its name was an ancient ‘ridgeway’ and the main road from Worcester to London. The town also has a rich artistic heritage which includes some well known artists, writers, and performing artists such as William Morris, J.M. Barrie and Mary Anderson. The furniture designer Gordon Russell grew up in Broadway and had a workshop here. As a result, it is now home to a great Design Museum.
Property in Broadway is highly desirable with people looking to buy a little piece of the Cotswold countryside, either as a holiday home, property to rent, or as a relaxing home with incredible views over Worcestershire.
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