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(Continuation of Cornfield Close, Welland WR13 6RS)
14 New Build Houses
in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
For general information: we had an archaeological dig on the site,
as part of the planning conditions.
This found traces of an Iron Age Settlement
on the northern edge of the site.
The initial report can be read here.
We have financed a full archaeological excavation
which has now taken place
and a fuller report will soon be issued.

The development is located in the picturesque, traditional English Village of Welland, within the lee of the Malvern Hills and on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

 Barleycorn Fields is an exclusive development in a very special location:

  • it is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty;

  • in countryside, on the edge of Welland, it is conveniently close to village shop, school, bus stop, pub, church etc;

  • Barleycorn is a spacious development - plenty of space between houses, and a large Orchard maintained by the residents;

  • houses have full fibre direct to each house - meaning ultra fast broadband;

  • the 5 houses now available all have a garage, providing additional flexible space.

Well-specified, high quality, energy-efficient homes in a desirable location with excellent communications.

Welland is a country village but close to the Spa Town of Malvern which offers that little ‘extra’. Malvern is host to a number of boutique bars, shops & restaurants, plus many mainstream facilities including Waitrose, Morrisons and the main banks. Not forgetting the famed Malvern Hills and the excellent Theatre Complex, which also houses a cinema, events hall, bar, restaurant as well as the theatre.


The City of Worcester is close, being only a 15 minute car journey while the Cities of Gloucester and Hereford are also in easy reach.


Great Malvern Main Line railway station is just 10 minutes’ drive and there is easy access to the M5 and M50 motorways, c10-12 miles away. The Village also hosts the historic Welland Steam Rally. Once a year, local fields are taken over and visited by stunningly restored vintage steam vehicles from the peak of the Victorian era. Furthermore, the Three Counties Showground is located just outside the Village and hosts many world renowned events & attractions throughout the year.


The Village has a range of facilities, including : Primary School, General Store, Post Office, Café, Restaurant, two good quality near-by pubs, Village Hall with local farmers market, and local Church.

Barleycorn Fields is a continuation of Cornfield Close in Welland (WR13 6RS) - the site entrance during build is adjacent to number 24; the eventual entrance will be at the end of the existing road.
Key features of the site include:
  • the houses are well-spaced apart
  • there is a large amenity area, to be planted as an orchard, which is owned by householders and for the benefit of residents
  • in countryside, but close to village amenities
  • the house styles and materials, developed in consultation with the Planning Officer, reflect the traditional village themes.
Barleycorn Fields includes:
  • a pair of very large, four-bedroom detached houses at the top of the estate road
  • a range of three-bedroom detached houses with garages
  • a pair of semi-detached three-bedroom houses with garages
  • and some smaller two-bedroom semi-detached houses and bungalows.
The following houses are still available for sale:
PLOT 14: Bensham
The Bensham is a large Three-bedroom house with a detached double garage. 
The front door enters on a large hall, with a kitchen/dining room on one side and a living room on the other, each stretching the full length from front to rear and each having French doors opening onto the large garden.
The utility room is accessed from the kitchen/dining room, and the WC is off the main hall.
The stairs lead to a large landing which opens onto:
  • the spacious master bedroom with a dressing area, and its en-suite shower room
  • bedroom number 2
  • bedroom number 3
  • family bathroom.
PLOTS 7, 8 & 11: Ashington
The Ashington is a three-bedroom house with an integral garage.
The entrance hall leads to the living room on the right, and then past the WC on one side and the HW cylinder on the other, onto the kitchen/dining room. This is a long room, stretching the full width of the house, with two French doors leading onto the garden. The kitchen also has a door into the garage.
The upstairs landing opens onto:
  • the master bedroom, with its en-suite shower room and walk-in wardrobe
  • bedroom numbers 2 & 3 - both similar-size double bedroom
  • family bathroom
  • storage cupboard
PLOT 12: Blyth
The Blyth is a semi-detached three-bedroom house with an attached garage.
The entrance hall leads on to a storage cupboard, HW cylinder cupboard and WC. The kitchen/dining area is to the left of the hall while the living room is at the end. The living room has French doors leading onto the garden.
The attached garage also has a personnel door opening onto the garden.
The first floor comprises:
  • master bedroom with its en-suite shower room
  • double bedroom number 2
  • single bedroom number 3
  • family bathroom.
NHBC 10 year Buildmark structural warranty
Energy efficient:
airtight, with controlled background ventilation
air-source heat pump, for low cost, low-carbon electric heating
fully fitted base and wall units
hob & oven
washing machine/drier
Ample power points
every home has fibre broadband direct to the house, giving ultra-fast broadband
power socket
charging point for electric vehicle
parking spaces at each house
slabbed paths around all/part of houses
patio area
turfed lawns
landscaped with shrubs/trees in selected areas
John Goodwin
13 Worcester Road
Malvern WR14 4QY
01684 892 809
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