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The 8 best places to live in Worcestershire

The results are in! See where you voted as the best place to live in Worcestershire.

One of England’s most beautiful counties, Worcestershire is a wonderland of natural beauty with the Malvern Hills, Wyre Forest and a network of pretty canals waiting to be explored. Team that with some exceptional schools and a thriving boutique and foodie scene, and it’s got a lot to offer.

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Fancy a slice of riverside living and a yacht-slot in a marina, whilst being just minutes away from the rolling Cotswold hills? Then Upton-upon-Severn is a strong contender for your money.

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Droitwich Spa

With a lovely Lido, acclaimed schools and a buzzing metro-feel centre, Droitwich is bang on the money for families searching for a rural retreat with a bit of life.

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Tenbury Wells

Keen to leave behind the stresses of the city but not willing to compromise on your foodie and arts scene passions? Then get your sat nav firmly pinned on Tenbury Wells.



Aching to live 'The Archers' dream? You get rural charm combined with chic boutiques and a Swallows and Amazons vibe in pretty Pershore.

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Seeking a winning combo of the great outdoors with some classy property options?. Malvern, at the foot of the spectacular Malvern Hills, is a des res postcode (and still very affordable, but get to it!) Part of our Top 200 Places to Live series.

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Dreaming of a roses-around-the-door Cotswold lifestyle? You have come to the right place. Broadway, with its butterscotch houses and rolling countryside, might not be cheap, but goodness it's worth it.



Does your 'move from the city' checklist demand stand-out schools, a historic city centre and an easy commute? Then Worcester might just have it all, and with easy access to rolling hills to boot.

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If riverside living is the dream then it doesn't come prettier than Bewdley - and it's spot-on for fun-seekers too, with the Wyre Forest and a safari park right on your doorstep.