Great Alne Park
Just imagine… 78 acres of park land
Welcome to life at Great Alne Park
If you dream of a tranquil, rural, lifestyle then we can make that a reality. Great Alne Park is nestled in historic Warwickshire, the gateway to the Cotswolds where picturesque villages, lively market towns and stately homes stretch all the way down to Bath. This is a landscape of golden stone and rolling hills; a place that encourages exploration, but one that also gives you the space to breathe and re-energise. But when you want to pick up the pace, you’ll find that the region possesses a creative buzz and a vibrancy that’s both welcoming and inspiring. This is a place to truly lose yourself… and find yourself.
The independence you want, and the peace of mind you need
You don’t want to give up your independence. And you don’t need to. Because Great Alne Park offers all the support and reassurance you could hope for. Alcester Medical Practice, the oldest practice in Alcester, offer onsite support and personalised care in the comfort and privacy of your own home 24/7.
What this means is you get peace of mind that in the future, should your needs change, your living arrangements can evolve to accommodate this. We want people to live the way they want to live for as long as they can, and we’ll do everything we can to make this happen.
There’s no more convenient place to live…
It’s hard to imagine a more convenient place to live than Great Alne Park. Located just outside Henley-in-Arden and 8 miles north-west of Stratford-Upon-Avon, our village offers all the benefits of countryside living with all the convenience of being on the edge of Shakespeare’s historic market town.
What we’ve created here is a little oasis that has all the advantages of being fully integrated into the local community. Beyond the idyllic grounds and the beautifully designed houses and lodges, you’ll find a thriving village ready to welcome you.
The great outdoors has never looked or felt, better and people who live here say they’ve never felt more energised. Just imagine, 78 acres of parkland to explore – including 20 acres of woodland. It certainly adds a new dimension to that leisurely afternoon stroll in the sun.
A place full of heritage...
Known as Round Alne in the middle ages, Great Alne takes its name from the River Alne. It was first chronicled in the charter of King Ethalbald (723 – 737).
Alcester was founded by the Romans in around AD 47 as a walled fort. Today the town features architecture from the Medieval, Tudor, Georgian, Victorian and 20th century. The oldest house appears to be The Old Malthouse at the corner of Church Street and Malt Mill Lane, which probably dates from about 1500.
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