Along by The River Stour, lies Kinver, just 5 miles from Stourbridge. Kinver is a village that enjoys a tranquil, rural setting whilst being close to the hustle and bustle of city life. Within easy reach of Birmingham and Kidderminster, The Hyde is perfectly situated, surrounded by all the essential amenities you may need. From village shops and schools to pubs and restaurants you really are spolit for choice.
Steeped in history Kinver is bursting with historic buildings and culture, with its listed buildings to the Drakelow Tunnels used by the Ministry of Defence. For those who prefer outdoor adventures, Kinver Edge is just a stone’s throw away. Made up of 280 acres of National Trust Forest there is plenty to explore.
There are several preschool day care nurseries within a mile of The Hyde all with a ‘Good’ Ofsted rating.
The Primary and Secondary schools in Kinver are all within 1 mile of the development.
Commuters are well catered for having 3 train stations within a 4 mile radius of Kinver; Stourbridge Town, Blake Down and Stourbridge Junction. The M5 and M42 are both a 20 minute drive away giving easy access to the Midlands motorway network beyond. Birmingham Airport is just over 30 miles via the M42.
Kinver offers quintessential country living with all the amenities you could want close by. Nestled between the counties of Shropshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands, Kinver surrounds itself in natural beauty boasting 280 acres of land owned by the national trust, with the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal running through which means Kinver is popular with boaters, particularly in the summer months. Kinver is a much loved community, the Kinver Country Fair is a yearly event which attracts thousands of visitors to the village and more recently Kinver has hosted its own music festival. Kinver is surrounded by breath taking countryside offering some of South Staffordshire’s best walks. The historic Rock House at Kinver Edge are fascinating for all ages allowing you to step back in time all of which is loved and care for by the National Trust.
Kinver high street boasts coffee houses, eateries, a post office, local village pubs, restaurants and a small supermarket. Further afield in Stourbridge you will find many Banks and Building Societies and Ryemarket Shopping Centre which hosts a house of national retailers, independent stores and a Waitrose supermarket. Kidderminster boasts the Weavers retail park, housing Marks and Spencers and Debenhams to name but a few along with a selection of eateries.