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Radford Gardens, Hereford

Prices from £159,500, 2 bedroom homes with 1 style available

Off Goodrich Grove, Hereford, HR2 7DB

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    Radford Gardens is an exclusive development of stunning 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes, just 2 miles from the centre of Hereford.

    Combining modern and stylish living with a fantastic location with local shops and excellent schools on your doorstep, Radford Gardens will be the perfect place to call home.

    With Help to Buy available on all of our homes you could move with just a 5% deposit and fund the rest of the purchase price through a Government-backed equity loan of 20% of the purchase price, interest free for the first five years, plus a 75% mortgage. And if you’ve got a home to sell, we could help you and even pay all of your estate agent fees with EasyMove. 

    1 style available

    Key features

    • Stunning 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes available
    • Just 2 miles from the centre of Hereford
    • 2 miles from Hereford train station
    • Local convenient shops
    • Excellent local schools
    • Located just south of the River Wye
    • 20 minutes from the M50 motorway
    • Help to Buy scheme available
    Local Area

    Local Area


    Named after one of Hereford’s greatest sporting heroes – Ronnie Radford – Radford Gardens celebrates just one of the many talents to come from the city.

    As one of the city’s most famous sons, Mr Radford was responsible for one of the greatest upsets in FA Cup history after he memorably scored a dramatic late equaliser for Hereford United against Division One giants Newcastle United in the dying minutes of the FA Cup Third Round replay in 1972. Hereford went on to win the tie 2-1.

    Local Area

    Hereford is a cathedral city and county town of Herefordshire which lies on the River Wye, approximately 16 miles east of the Welsh border.

    With plenty of things to do and see, the city is famed for its leisurely pace of life as visitors and locals alike. Enjoy a coffee in the town square or peruse the latest trinkets on offer in Hereford Antiques Centre.

    Boasting stunning architecture, the town centre can offer a trip back in time and a chance to explore the city’s oldest building the Old House, built in 1621, or the city’s cathedral that dates from 1079.

    The city is now best known for its cider and beer production, cattle, leather goods and poultry.
    A trip into one of Hereford’s many taverns and pubs will unveil a veritable feast of cloudy and sparkling perries and ciders produced on the city’s doorstep.

    The city is surrounded by rolling countryside and is only a stone’s throw away from the Brecon Beacons in South Wales.

    Shopping and Leisure

    Hereford’s streets are lined with quaint tea shops, antique dealers and the usual high street names. The city centre has several shopping areas offering everything from the big high street names to smaller, more exclusive fashion boutiques and independent tea shops, the perfect place to enjoy a hot drink after a hard day hitting the shops.

    Out and about:

    There are several market towns surrounding the city, including Ross-on-Wye, Ledbury and Leominster.

    Tourist attractions include the world famous Mappi Mundi, the annual Three Choirs festival, one of the oldest music festivals in Europe, and Hereford Cider Museum.

    Hereford’s main theatre and cultural venue is the Courtyard Centre for the Arts, opened in 1998, and the city also boasts a cinema, 10 pin bowling alley, adventure golf course and skatepark.

    Sporting fans can support Hereford United, now playing in The Skrill Premier, watch cricket at Herefordshire County Cricket Club or enjoy meetings at the city’s racecourse.


    The city is served by a four platform, railway station with regular connections to Worcester, Birmingham, London, Manchester, Cardiff and South Wales whilst the closest airports are at Cardiff, Gloucester, Bristol and Birmingham.

    The A49 Trunk Road, the A465 and the A438 are the main roads in and out of Hereford. Close by there is the M50 from south of Worcester to Ross-On-Wye and the M5 which offers excellent connections to Birmingham, Cheltenham, Bristol and Exeter.


    Secondary education in the city is provided by a number of colleges including Hereford Sixth Form College, Hereford College of Arts and Herefordshire College of Technology. Two national colleges, the National School of Blacksmithing and the Royal National College for the Blind are also based in Hereford.

    There is a wide choice of junior schools near Radford Gardens including Riverside Primary School, Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School, Broadlands Primary School and Hereford Academy.
    The city’s nearest higher education establishment is the University of Worcester.



    "When I drive out onto the main road, I look back and see a modern, professional, neat development. There’s a variety of different houses and a variety of colour."

    If I ever have any minor problems with the property I can go to the same lady I dealt with throughout the entire purchase, Julie.  If there is anything I need, she sorts it out straight away

    Mr Lee Sallis, Radford Gardens, Hereford

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