Our new homes in Gloucestershire are perfectly located, energy efficient and stylishly finished, with a host of local amenities and attractions within easy reach.
Moorslade Lane, Falfield, South Gloucestershire GL12 8DJ
With its rich heritage, great local amenities and excellent schooling options, Gloucestershire is a great place to call home.
Whether you prefer to spend a day shopping at Gloucester Quays or the Regent Arcade in Cheltenham, or you’d rather get active at one of the many golf courses, cycle routes or outdoor climbing facilities the county has to offer, there’s always something to do that will keep the whole family entertained. And not forgetting Cheltenham Racecourse for those who enjoy a day at the races.
Foodies will be spoilt for choice in Gloucestershire; the county is adorned with traditional pubs where you can sample local craft ales and ciders and indulge in a home-cooked meal, or for those with a sweet tooth, a visit to The Pudding Club at Three Ways House in Mickleton is a must.
Bookworms will be enchanted by the menagerie of secret caves and mossy banks hidden within Puzzlewood in the Forest of Dean, believed to be the inspiration behind the forests of Middle-earth in JRR Tolkien's novels, and Gloucester’s stunning cathedral, part of which was used as the corridors of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the first two Harry Potter films.
Whatever you’re looking for in a home, these new houses in Gloucestershire deliver on all fronts.
Thanks to good road and rail links, these new homes in Gloucestershire benefit from simple journeys in and around the county. By car, Bristol, Bath and Worcester are less than an hour away via the M5, and Swindon has a similar journey time via the A417. You’ll also be only a short drive across the border to wonderful Welsh towns such as Monmouth (57 mins), Abergavenny (1 hour 10 mins), and Caerphilly (1hr 24 mins).
For car journeys further afield, the M4 provides simple access to the South East and London, or take the M5 and M6 for routes to the north.
There is also an excellent rail network throughout Gloucestershire, with mainline stations in Cam & Dursley, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Kemble, Moreton-in-Marsh, Stonehouse and Stroud. Cheltenham and Gloucester both operate services into London Paddington with a journey time of around two hours, as well as direct services to Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff and Nottingham.
For flights, the closest airport is Bristol Airport via the M5 (1 hour 15 mins), offering air travel to over 125 worldwide destinations.
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