Estate Agents in Clent


In deference to its appearance, this village on the slopes of the National Trust owned Clent Hills used to be called ‘Little Switzerland’ by the Edwardian tourists who flocked to its many attractions.

Still much loved by the visiting public, the hills offer numerous walks and rides with beautiful views across the surrounding counties for many miles from the legendary ‘four stones’ vantage point that sit atop its highest point.

At lower level, the village is watched over by the ancient St. Leonards church and the needs of the lucky residents are well served by an excellent range of gastro pubs such as The Vine, The Bell & Cross and the French Hen, a super Church of England primary school and a garden centre for the green fingered.

Modest former worker’s cottages lie cheek by jowl with classic Worcestershire farmhouses and substantial country homes ensuring this rural idyll that is still only a stone’s throw from the M5 motorway network has something for everyone.