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Bloor Homes - Tewkesbury Meadow, GL20

Prices from £280,000 to £400,000

Images may include optional upgrades at additional cost

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Development info

Tewkesbury Meadow is a superb collection of 2,3 and 4 bedroom houses, built to our high specification regarding character, design and energy efficiency. Settled in the desirable semi-rural location of Tewkesbury, this brand new development is surrounded by the historical and cultural benefits of the Gloucestershire countryside whilst maintaining the important local amenities of a town centre.

Carefully designed to include attractive green open space, this exclusive collection of new homes benefits from a thriving location filled with a selection of superb restaurants, coffee shops, high street stores and countryside pubs - including the oldest pub in Gloucestershire.

What's more - reserve here in the early stages of build and you can have the freedom to select from our exclusive upgrade system, having the choice to personalise your new Bloor home to your specific taste.

Leisure

Some of Tewkesbury's other famous landmarks include the striking sculpture ‘The Arrivall’- a magnificent commemoration of the Battle of Tewkesbury in 1471, representing both victory and defeat. Sculpted out of local trees and contrasting metal, these two grand horses and one knight are a wonderful attribute to Tewkesbury and a poignant reminder of a turning point in history.

With just a few undulating hills and a mostly flat terrain, Tewkesbury is a popular destination for road cyclists. The town is on National Route 45 of the National Cycle Network, which runs for 270 miles and links Chester with Salisbury via Whitchurch, Ironbridge, Bridgnorth, Droitwich Spa, Worcester, Tewkesbury, Gloucester, Cirencester and Swindon.

Education

There is an excellent choice of schooling in the area, both primary and secondary. For the younger ones, Queen Margaret Primary School and Early Years Centre is only 0.6 miles away, while The John Moore Primary School is less than 1 mile away and Tewkesbury Church of England Primary School is 1.1 miles away. Secondary education can be found at Tewkesbury School only 1.2 miles away and Cleeve School and Cheltenham Kingsmead, 4.5 and 4.8 miles away respectively.

For private education Bredon School is a CReSTed-accredited boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 7 to 18 years old based in Tewkesbury.

So whatever their age, a broad range of schooling options are conveniently close at hand.

Shopping

Walton Cardiff offers the beauty of village living along with a host of amenities for modern life. Tewkesbury high street located just 1.7 miles away, offers countless restaurants, coffee shops, pubs and plenty of good quality take-aways. You can choose from any number of places to eat and drink, along with places to shop. The town centre offers convenient free street parking for the maximum of an hour, as well as a selection of well-placed Pay & Display short and long stay car parks around the town.

The town’s twice-weekly market is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the Spring Gardens car park, just off the high street. A Farmers’ & Craft Market is held on the second Saturday of the month between February and December in the Abbey Lawns Car Park. Supermarket shopping is available from Tesco Metro in the centre as well as Morrisons and Aldi on the outskirts of town.

Whether you want to catch a show or a film, visiting the newly refurbished The Roses is always a great experience. Sometimes it's a theatre, at other times a cinema and there are occasions when it's a place to learn. For keeping fit, there's Tewkesbury Leisure Centre - the town's brand new fitness facility. It includes two swimming pools, a gym, fitness studios, swim shop and café.

And for those simple pleasures, the River Avon and River Severn provide excellent fishing for avid anglers.

Getting out and about, whether for work or pleasure, by road or rail, is easy. The nearest train station is Ashchurch for Tewkesbury, just 2.3 miles from the town centre. Tewkesbury is served by the M5 and M50 motorways and the A38 and A46 trunk roads. There are frequent direct buses to Ashchurch for Tewkesbury railway station and to Cheltenham. Other direct bus services include Gloucester and Evesham.

The beautiful medieval Tewkesbury Village is rich in history and culture. Located on the high street is the John Moore Museum established in 1980, settled in between spectacular 15th century buildings and providing a wealth of natural history about the native wildlife to Tewkesbury. You can even experience fantastic live animal events and talks. There is also an extensive variety of cultural events held at the historic Tewkesbury Abbey for all the family to enjoy.

Health

Local surgeries and practices include:

  • Mythe Medical Practice, Watledge House, Barton Road, Tewkesbury GL20 5QQ. Tel:
  • Church Street Practice, 77 Church Street, Tewkesbury, GL20 5RY. Tel:
  • Cheltenham General Hospital, Sandford Road, Cheltenham, GL53 7AN. Tel:

Directions

Located just off the A38 roundabout on route to the Wheatpieces Community Centre and John Moore Primary School.

With our Sales Centre yet to launch, please contact our Sales Advisors at our neighbouring development - Prestbury Chase in Cheltenham, GL52 3ET, for all your enquiries.