Location

Ridgewell Hill is located on the edge of the Historic Market Town of Bridgnorth in Shropshire and affords excellent commuting links to areas such as Shrewsbury, Wolverhampton, Stourbridge and Birmingham.

Ridgwell Hill Stourbridge Road Wooton Bridgnorth WV15 6ED

The well known town of Bridgnorth is a idyllic and scenic location between Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury. With its High Town, Low Town, and the beautiful River Severn running through it, Bridgnorth is the perfect location for any homeowner. 

The historic town of Shewsbury with its weekly farmers market and range of independent shops and restaurants is only 10 minutes away, with Wolverhampton City Centre with its shopping, entertainment and leisure venues alongside direct train services to London and other major cities is only 10 minutes also also down the Bridgnorth Road.

Location

Ridgewell Hill is located on the edge of the Historic Market Town of Bridgnorth in Shropshire and affords excellent commuting links to areas such as Shrewsbury, Wolverhampton, Stourbridge and Birmingham.

Ridgwell Hill Stourbridge Road Wooton Bridgnorth WV15 6ED

The well known town of Bridgnorth is a idyllic and sceneic location between Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury. With its High Town, Low Town, and the beautiful River Severn running through it, Bridgnorth is the perfect location for any homeowner. 

The historic town of Shewsbury with its weekly farmers market and range of independent shops and restaurants is only 10 minutes away, with Wolverhampton City Centre with its shopping, entertainment and lesirue venues alongside direct train services to London and other major cities is only 10 minutes also also down the Bridgnorth Road.

NEARBY LOCATIONS

Bridgnorth - 4 miles

Stourbridge - 9 miles

Wolverhampton - 12 miles

Shrewsbury - 19 miles

Birmingham - 22 miles

Bridgnorth

Bridgnorth is split into Low Town, on the edge of the River Severn and High Town, which are conveniently connected by the Bridgnorth Cliff Railway. On the very peak of High Town are the remains of the Bridgnorth Castle, next to St Mary Magdalene Church, and in the centre of the High Street is the seventeenth century Bridgnorth Town Hall. Also located in the High Street is the Northgate Museum, while on branching streets visitors will find many other historic buildings such as Bishop Percy’s House.

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