The impressive entrance to Mary Stevens Park represents the gateway to Norton and in times gone by marked the edge of the town and the start of the countryside!
The treelined Norton Road links Stourbridge with the neighbouring market town of Kidderminster and the houses making up Norton span either side off this main arterial route. The area is known for its wide diversity of properties ranging from modest townhouses to impressive detached former merchantman’s houses which run alongside and overlook the beautiful Mary Stevens Park gardens which are enjoying a renaissance following a recent £5 million restoration programme.
The area is also well served by excellent schools including Gigmill Primary, St Josephs Catholic Primary and the renowned Rudolf Steiner Elmfield School. Catholic Primary and the renowned Rudolf Steiner Elmfield School.
Local shopping is available at the head of the Norton Road where it meets South Road. There is easy access to Stourbridge Junction Railway Station. Kidderminster and Worcester are to the South via the A451 and the M5 motorway link is a short hop away at junction 4.
The diverse properties, convenience of location and proximity to Greenbelt has meant that Norton has maintained an enduring appeal to home owners looking for that “special” urban location.