Michelle Mosedale & Team

Michelle Mosedale opened the doors on 18 February 2008. I have found that a good standard of service is what seems to be lacking in this competitive market. Clients are looking for a hard working estate agent, someone who will not shy from a little extra work in these market conditions. However saying that, I have not found market conditions to be as bad as all that with a good level of instructions and sales agreed it just comes down to putting that bit extra in. I have also found that being available outside office hours to offer advice is what clients are looking for.

Bringing a fresh approach to marketing your property and opening on Sundays together with a 24/7 answering service Michelle Mosedale can meet all your property requirements.

Michelle Mosedale has a combined experience stemming over 20 years involving estate agency and conveyancing. An extensive knowledge of the legal process when buying and selling properties is very useful to clients when their estate agent does not fully understand the "what happens next" scenario.

Caroline, Being a fully qualified Estate Agent having local knowledge and experience Selling properties in the Wyre Forest over the last 12 years.

Zoe, behind the scene heading up the administration department, ensuring the admin is processed swiftly and smoothly with over 6years experience.

And of course not forgetting the rest of our team, with all the hard work and dedication we managed to keep selling through some of the toughest times which has made us stronger as a team.

Remember ‘You can sell with Michelle’


Stourport-on-Severn, with a population of over 19,000 is uniquely the only town in Britain built solely as a consequence of the coming of the canals. Before the growth of the town there existed a small hamlet called Lower Mitton. Two black and white houses from circa 1600 can still be found in Mitton Street.

The Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal linked the River Severn with the Trent and Mersey and as a result, after Birmingham, Stourport became the busiest inland port in the Midlands. The canal opened to Stourport in 1771 and by 1812 five canal basins had been built. In 1775 the first Stourport Bridge across the Severn was built by the Canal Company.

The town rapidly expanded and by the 1780’s there were brass and iron foundries, a vinegar works, tan yards, worsted spinning mills, carpet mills, barge and boat building yards, warehouses, shops, houses and inns. By 1795 it had 200 houses and 1300 inhabitants.

The railway arrived in 1862 and was to pose a major challenge to the canal. Following the arrival of the railway the town extended out to Newtown with Brindley Street being the main arterial road through the new residential area.

During the twentieth century new industries came to the town and residential expansion continued. Some of the first local authority housing in the country was built in Park Crescent and Olive Grove. Large private housing developments grew up along Windemere Way and Stagborough Way in the 1960’s and 1970’s.

Today, Stourport-on-Severn has developed into a popular tourist town with many attractions and events for all of the family to enjoy.

The current regeneration of the Stourport Basins is well underway and will return the area to its Georgian splendour, creating an exciting and informative visitor attraction.

The Basins – The very heart of Stourport-on-Severn and its origins as a canal town, the Basins still remain largely intact from the golden age of the canals in the late 1700’s – early 1800’s, and are currently undergoing a major regeneration programme that will be completed in March 2008. The basins are still open and it’s fascinating to see the restoration work in progress as the area gradually returns to its Georgian splendour. Not only is this area a great place to wander around and explore, there are also many events being held in the Basins over the next two years to coincide with the regeneration of the whole area. Stourport Canal Basins

River Severn and Meadows – A beautiful spot by the river, with plenty of open green space for the whole family to enjoy. But that is not all – there are many activities available by the river, including boats to hire, a modern and exciting children’s play area, river cruises, crazy golf, a putting green, go-kart’s, a paddling pool, skateboard park, plus many amusements. The meadows also stage several big events throughout the year. Just the other side of the bridge you will find the Riverside Amusement Centre – with ten pin bowling, fairground rides, the dragon roller coaster, dodgems and a large arcade.

Hartlebury Common Nature Reserve – Located just on the edge of Stourport, this site of special scientific interest has a wide range of flora and fauna and it is a great place to enjoy vbbba walk in the countryside. You will find oak and pine woods, a large pool and lots of open common land to explore. There are many well sign posted trails to follow on foot, by cycle or on horseback.

Astley Vineyard – Established mid-1970’s, Astley is one of the longer lasting small (5 Acres) commercial vineyards. It was in its time, the most northerly vineyard in the world! Astley is dedicated to the production of quality wine. Since the first significant production in 1983 it has consistently won awards in every year. All their wines are now Quality Wine status. Free entry to enjoy the surroundings and explore the vineyard. Tastings and sales available. You can find the Vineyard between Holt Heath and Stourport-on-Severn; the vineyard is well signed within Astley. Website www.astley-vineyards.co.uk