Clifford Chambers

Clifford Chambers is a Warwickshire village of chocolate-box charm located along a quiet stretch of the River Stour. A cul-de-sac consisting of about 150 houses, its only street terminates in the Manor House and Church, both of which predate the Norman Conquest. The village is associated with the English poet Michael Drayton, who came to prominence in the Elizabethan era and was a friend of Shakespeare. It is also the site of Clifford Mill, a former river-side flour mill (now converted into modern apartments) where, in 1945, the Hungarian-born textile designer Tibor Reich set up his successful business.

The village is located within two miles of Stratford-upon-Avon and is ten miles from the M40. It retains rural tranquillity while being in proximity to urban opportunity.

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