(All distances are approximate)
From Birmingham/Junction three of the M5 motorway, take the A456 to Hagley. Pass through Hagley and West Hagley continuing on the A456 towards Kidderminster. As you exit West Hagley turn right into Stakenbridge Lane. Continue down the lane and through an S bend beneath a railway bridge and after a short distance you will come to a crossroads.
Go straight across here until you reach the end of the road and take the left turning onto the A451 Stourbridge Road. Continue along this road for approximately half a mile, past The Old Wagon and Horses public house on your left and Iverley Hall can be found on the right.
Iverley Hall is situated at the end of its long private drive, in a secluded position at the centre of its land and hidden behind its woodland. The hall is conveniently placed in North Worcestershire to the west of Blakedown, Belbroughton and Chaddesley Corbett.
The nearby villages of Blakedown and Hagley have good facilities including a wide variety of shops, pubs and a railway station. From here regular trains into Birmingham can be taken to London Euston or Marylebone. The Clent Hills and Kinver Edge are close by and offer great scope for walking and riding, with much of the area under the control of The National Trust.
In addition to the picturesque surroundings, the popularity of the area owes much to the convenient location with easy access to regional centres including central Birmingham, 15 miles distant, Stourbridge, just over three miles away and the Cathedral City of Worcester within 18 miles. The property is very well placed for the motorway network with Junctions three and four of the M5 being 10 miles distant. Junction one of the M42 lies approximately nine miles away with Birmingham International Airport and the NEC situated off Junction six. The M42 also leads onto the M40 providing fast road access to London and the south east.