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Riverside Court

High Street, Kinver, Staffordshire

Riverside Court is situated at the heart of the attractive and lively village of Kinver in South Staffordshire, close to the borders of Shropshire and Worcestershire. It lies within the Conservation Area on the banks of the River Stour with views across the water meadows and flanked to the north by a small copse and to the south by Danesford Gardens.

Kinver was called Chenavare in Domesday Book and has been fashioned by its geography. Kinver Edge, 200 acres of woodland and heath dominated by an escarpment and owned by the National Trust, was once the site of an Iron Age fort. Stourton Castle was maintained as a hunting lodge for the nobility who used the Royal Forest and King John frequented the castle in the early 13th century.

The most significant reason for the rise in Kinvers‘ importance was the River Stour and iron was being produced here in the 14th century and by the 17th five mills had been established in the Parish. Today Kinver is one of the most popular and accessible villages in the region.

Facilities include estate management services.  The development is at the northern end of the High Street and combines the convenience and interest of the village centre with easy access to the countryside.

Access: Kinver lies just off the A449 Wolverhampton Road from Kidderminster and about four miles from Stourbridge. Kidderminster is about five miles and Bridgenorth eleven miles. Bewdley is eight miles. The M25 at Junction 5 is about fourteen miles. Fast trains from Stourbridge to Birmingham take about half an hour.
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Riverside Court
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