Discover our collection of 3, 4 & 5 bedroom new houses for sale in Falfield, just 16 miles from Bristol and 18 miles from Gloucester. Choosing your home at Falfield Grange means that you can enjoy the best of town and country living, with an excellent choice of schools for all ages nearby.
To find out more about making one of our new houses for sale in Gloucestershire your new dream home, contact our Sales Consultants today, to arrange a viewing or book online below.
Falfield Grange offers the best of village life surrounded by scenic countryside, and close to a handful of useful village amenities including a pub, post office, village store and a church. Thornbury, just 5 miles away, offers a wider choice of shops in its St Mary Shopping Centre, including Aldi, WH Smith and Lloyds Pharmacy, plus there is a Tesco Superstore on the outskirts of town. Also, Wotton-under-Edge, at around the same distance away is a charming town, rich in history and packed with independent shops, cafes, pubs and a Tesco Express. Since Bristol and Gloucester are equidistant from Falfield, you can enjoy a range of amenities typical of larger cities in either direction around half an hour away.
For families with children, choosing one of our new houses for sale in Falfield offers plenty of schooling opportunities including Totworth VC Primary School in Wotton-under-Edge less than 2 miles away and St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School in Cromhall (both Ofsted-rated ‘Good’) just over 2 miles away. The Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’ Charfield Primary School in the Charfield area of Wotton-under-Edge is less than 3 miles away.
Your new home in Falfield also offers good commuting possibilities as the M5 is just a few minutes’ drive away easily connecting you to Bristol, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Worcester and Birmingham. The nearest train station - Cam & Dursley is 15 minutes’ away from where you can connect by train to Bristol, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Worcester, Weston-super-Mare and Weymouth. London is just 2 and a half hours away with a change at Bristol Parkway.
The promise of the picturesque Gloucestershire countryside is waking up to its rolling hills each morning, spending your time roaming through postcard villages and admiring the rich history that this prosperous county has been built upon. Choosing to start the next stage of your life in Falfield means you’ll have access to all the local amenities you would come to expect from a traditional rural village in Gloucestershire. Just a brisk stroll up the country roads will take you to Falfield’s convenience store which also serves as a post office. On your way back be sure to stop in The Huntsman for a local ale and to enjoy their delicious, traditional menu. Falfield village hall is also a hub of activity, although rural villages are conventionally quieter than towns, this does not have to be the case for those who do not wish it to be. Mondays are for dancing, Wednesdays for yoga and Fridays for aerobics. All the while, you will be able to return the peace and quiet of your brand new countryside home whenever you choose to.
The nearest town to Falfield is Thornbury, a market town less than 15 minutes away by car and a Britain in Bloom winner. For anything you cannot get in your local convenience store, Thornbury is the place to go. Home to plenty of delicious restaurants, schools and shops ideal for retail therapy. As well as your typical town features, Thornbury has a number of exciting hidden gems ideal for a family day out. Thornbury castle sits majestically just outside of the local town, you can explore the historic Tudor grounds pretending to be Knights or even stay the night in an actual castle! For a more action-packed day, Delta Force Paintball gives the ultimate paintballing experience in a challenging woodland setting. For adult-time, the 6 O’Clock Gin Distillery offers a fascinating tour showing the ins-and-outs of a family-run distillery, they even give designated drivers a miniature bottle to try when they get home.
Also at a similar distance away (5.9 miles), Wotton-under-Edge offers a bustling market town centre with a diverse range of independent shops and art galleries. Many of the town’s historic buildings have been tastefully restored and now house cosy coffee shops, restaurants and of course there is a good choice of traditional pubs in the town centre. The town also boasts one of the oldest cinemas in the country - the Electric Picture House offering modern movies in a historic setting.
Bristol by car is around a 25-minute drive and here you can enjoy both a contemporary city atmosphere as well as hidden cobbled streets. The award-winning Aerospace Museum is a must for any aviation enthusiast, you’ll have the chance to see the last Concorde to ever fly. Even if you’re indifferent, the museum is now reinventing the Concorde gallery for supersonic events such as cinema experiences, galas and even weddings. Bristol is also renowned for its cultural expressions, home to world-famous artist Banksy, the streets are decorated with his memorials. Venture up to The Clifton Suspension Bridge to really scope out all Bristol has to offer.
At around the same distance away from this collection of new homes in Falfield sits Gloucester - the Cathedral city of the Cotswolds, where you can enjoy a variety of attractions for the whole family. Gloucester Cathedral is a must-visit attraction, home of the Great East Window and a hugely popular television and film location. It has been used to shoot scenes for Harry Potter, Doctor Who and many more top programmes. Just a short walk from the cathedral is the historic Gloucester Docks which were used for scenes in Tim Burton’s Hollywood movie ‘Alice In Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass’. For shopping, you’ll find the high street names in King’s Walk and Eastgate Shopping Centres, with independent retailers selling one of a kind items and gifts in The Cathedral Quarter. Just 15 minutes from the city centre, Gloucester Quays outlet centre boasts great value designer brands, a multiplex cinema, restaurant quarter and hosts a number of festivals.
For those who crave the taste of the salty air, just over 10 miles away is the Aust Cliff and Beach that borders the English coastline. With spectacular views of Wales and the River Severn, this beach is no ordinary find but actually is a very important place for those lost in time. Aust Cliff is a hot spot for fossil hunting, it’s striking red, white and black cliffs showcase the remains of those who swam in tropical seas over 210 million years ago during the Triassic period. The cliff is also a hub for birdwatchers, as it is a favoured habitat for migrant and winter birds attracted to the mudflats, salt marsh and unused grazing areas. However, you don’t need to have an interest in birds to appreciate the natural beauty discoverable along the River Severn. If you can, stay a while and watch the sun burst into a magnitude of colours as it disappears behind the horizon at sunset.
All levels of education are catered for in this area. Starting with the closest for the younger children in the family, Totworth VC Primary School in Wotton-under-Edge less than 2 miles away and St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School in Cromhall (both Ofsted-rated ‘Good’) just over 2 miles away. The Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’ Charfield Primary School in the Charfield area of Wotton-under-Edge is less than 3 miles away, and the Outstanding St Mary’s CofE Primary school is just 3.5 miles away. For families with older children - The Castle School in Thornbury caters for 11-18-year-olds, is rated by Ofsted as ‘Good’ and has its own bus route that stops in Falfield.
Higher education options are also good in the area and all three choices are within 16 to 29 miles from home. The University of Bristol, the University of the West of England and the University of Gloucestershire have set a high standard for the learning culture for Gloucestershire and offer a very wide curriculum between them.
Those living at Falfield are well connected because of its close proximity to the M5 and the M4, both are main commuter-links that give passage to the majority of the UK. Those who want to travel abroad for business, or pleasure, are not confined either as Bristol International Airport is a mere 40-minutes away. The local train station, Cam & Dursley, can have you in London in just two hours or give you access to other regional hubs such as Cheltenham, Bristol and Gloucester. Parkway station in Bristol and Gloucester station both offer hubs for train travel to many other parts of the country. Falfield also has its own bus stop for those not looking to travel beyond the urban areas like Bristol, Thornbury and Sharpness.
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