Still fondly referred to by its inhabitant as “The Village”, Wollaston has maintained that village feel, boasting a butcher, baker and although there is no candlestick maker there is so much on offer.
Wollaston lies on the western outskirts of Stourbridge which, via the Bridgnorth Road offers easy access to stunning Staffordshire Countryside and an impressively scenic canal network which is a keen favourite for walkers and dog owners, cyclists and fishermen.
The heart of the village is based around the “Island” at the junction of High Street, Meriden Avenue and Bridgnorth Road. There is a wide range of shops and ever popular pubs including The Princess and The Unicorn (serving Bathams – The renowned local brew – 2 pints only are recommended!!)
Wollaston’s housing stock is both diverse and attractive ranging from charming two bedroom character townhouses, impressive 3 bedroom 1950’s semi detached houses and some stunning detached properties on the Bridgnorth Road which meanders its way to Stourton and the countryside beyond.
There are schools available for all ages including St James’s Primary School, The Ridge Primary and Ridgewood Secondary School. Wollaston is a popular favourite for young couples looking to embark on the adventure that is “Family Life”.
Our residential sales director Stewart Allcock has been a resident of Wollaston for more years than he likes to confess and has excellent first hand local knowledge which he is happy to share with both vendors and purchasers alike.