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Williams Estate Agents Worcester, have been selling property since 2004.

We were created  to offer the best service for the most competitive selling fee.

From launching your property in just 12 working hours, we always try that little bit harder to sell your home in Worcester and the surrounding towns. 

The sales team of Williams Estate Agents in Worcester comprises, Richard Williams, Avril Harrison РBerrow, Joe Kingsley & Derek Barton. They offer combined experience of over 70 years in Estate Agency. 

We hope you enjoy selling or buying your property in Worcester, with us.

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Rich Baker
Rich Baker
Seller
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The marketing was flawless, photos and videos did the job, as the house was sold within days on going on the market. Highly recommend Williams, everyone we dealt with directly during the sale were excellent, communication was always clear, kept us involved at all times. Great time!
Mrs A
Mrs A
Purchaser
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In our recent search for a new home, Williams Estate Agents and especially Joe, have delivered in all aspects. E-mails updating new property to the market, arranging viewings and having relevant property information. Just the right amount of friendly and professional interaction
Mr U
Mr U
Seller
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Richard turned up on time and was very easy to speak with. He explained the process in detail but kept things easy to understand. Any questions I had were answered fully and to my satisfaction. Overall, more than happy with our experience.
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The most famous landmark in Worcester is the Anglican Worcester Cathedral. Officially the Cathedral Church of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary, it was known as Worcester Priory before the English Reformation. Construction began in 1084. Its crypt dates from the 11th century. It includes the only circular chapter house in the country. It houses the tombs of King John and Prince Arthur.

Near the cathedral is the spire of St Andrew’s Church, known as¬†Glover’s Needle. The rest of the church was demolished in 1949.[58]

The Parish Church of St Helen, on the north side of the High Street, is mainly medieval, with a west tower rebuilt in 1813. The east end, re-fenestration and porch were completed by¬†Frederick Preedy¬†in 1857‚Äď1863. There was further restoration, by¬†Aston Webb¬†in 1879‚Äď1880. It is a Grade II*listed building.[59]

The high-water marks from the flood of 1670 and more recent flood levels are shown on a brass plate on a wall adjacent to the path along the river that leads to the cathedral.

Museums include Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, Greyfriars’ House, the Infirmary Museum, Tudor House Museum, George Marshall Medical Museum, RAF Defford Museum, Museum of Royal Worcester, Mercian Regiment Museum, the Commandery, and Worcestershire Yeomanry Museum. The Battle of Worcester site is just south of the city. Limited parts of Worcester’s¬†city wall¬†remain.

The Hive, on the north side of the¬†River Severn¬†at the former cattle market site, is Worcester’s joint public and university library and archive centre, heralded as “the first of its kind in Europe”, and a prominent feature on the skyline. With seven towers and a golden rooftop, it has gained recognition, winning two international¬†awards¬†for building design and sustainability.[60][61]

The city’s three main open spaces Cripplegate Park, Gheluvelt Park and¬†Fort Royal Park, the last on the site of an¬†English Civil War¬†battle. In addition, there is an open area known as Pitchcroft to the north of the city centre on the east bank of the¬†River Severn, which is a public space except on days when it is used for¬†horse racing. Gheluvelt Park commemorates the part played by¬†Worcestershire Regiment‘s 2nd Battalion in the¬†Battle of Gheluvelt¬†in the¬†First World War.[62]

Statue of Edward Elgar

A statue of Sir Edward Elgar, commissioned from Kenneth Potts and unveiled in 1981, stands at the end of Worcester High Street facing the cathedral, yards from the original location of his father’s music shop, which was demolished in the 1960s.[63]¬†Elgar’s birthplace was the nearby village of¬†Broadheath.

There are also two large wooded areas in the city, Perry Wood and Nunnery Wood, covering 12 and 21 hectares. Perry Wood is often said to be where Oliver Cromwell met and made a pact with the Devil.[64] Nunnery Wood is integral to the adjacent Worcester Woods Country Park, itself next door to County Hall on the east side of the city.

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