Winchcombe Abbey Primary School
Back Lane, Winchcombe, Cheltenham GL54 5PZ
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Our beautiful development of Meadowfort Grange lies in a picturesque location on the edge of the ancient Saxon town of Winchcombe, at the heart of the world-famous Cotwolds. Close to the River Isbourne and in the shadow of the 900 feet high Langley Hill, this is superb walking country and a truly wonderful place to live and work.
The homes in our Heritage Collection are perfect for today’s modern family. With Art and Craft inspired architecture, the properties capture the aesthetic appeal of a bygone era. The interiors, however, are the height of modernity, with luxurious open plan spaces and the all of the helpful features you could wish for.
These spacious family homes combine the very best of yesterday and today, just like the charming town of Winchcombe itself, giving you both classic character and contemporary convenience.
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And when it comes to senior school, you’ll find it even closer, because Redrow is building a dedicated cycle way to connect Meadowfort Grange with Greet Road, where you’ll find Winchcombe School just 300 metres away.
Redrow are working together with Winchcombe School to develop sports and recreation facilities for the local community.
For further education, you’ll need to travel slightly further afield to Cleeve School in Bishops Cleeve or Tewkesbury School in Tewkesbury. If you’d prefer independent education, then you’ll be spoiled for choice for private schools in nearby Cheltenham, including Berkhampstead School for 3-11 year olds, Dean Close School covering all ages, and the famous Cheltenham Ladies College for girls.
For a list of other schools in the area, please visit http://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/findaschool
Back Lane, Winchcombe, Cheltenham GL54 5PZ
Gretton Road, Winchcombe, Cheltenham, Gloucester GL54 5EY
Greet Road, Winchcombe, Gloucester GL54 5LB
Pittville Circus Road, Cheltenham GL52 2QA
Shelburne Road, Cheltenham GL51 6HE
Bayshill Road, Cheltenham, Gloucester GL50 3EP
Two Hedges Rd, Bishops Cleeve, Gloucestershire GL52 8AE
Ashchurch Rd, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire GL20 8DF
For commuting, you can drive into nearby Cheltenham to catch mainline services from Cheltenham Spa. From here it is just half an hour to Bristol, 45 minutes to Birmingham and just over two hours to London, changing at Bristol.
Alternatively, you can catch a train from Kingham Station and be in Oxford in ½ hour, Reading in just under 1 hour and London Paddington in 1.5 hours.
By road, Birmingham is around 50 miles, with Worcester (25 miles) Gloucester (17 miles) and Tewkesbury (10 miles) all closer to home. Cheltenham is around 7 miles to the south west of Winchcombe and the M5 is also within easy reach just beyond Cheltenham.
For flights, you can choose between Birmingham airport at around an hour’s drive, Bristol airport at around an hour and twenty minutes or Heathrow at a manageable two hours.
286 Gloucester Road, Cheltenham GL51 8NP
Bristol BS48 3DY
Nelson Road, Hounslow TW6 2GW
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There’s something for everyone when it comes to sport too, from the famous Cheltenham Races to Premiership action at Gloucester Rugby Club. And there’s lots happening in Winchcombe itself, with cricket, football and cycling clubs, plus local golf available at Cleeve Hill just two miles away.
Cheltenham is also famous for its annual festivals including the Jazz, Food & Drink and Literature festivals. There is also a full programme of activities at the racecourse all year round.
Of course, the best leisure is all around you in the beautiful Cotswold countryside, and you can get out and explore with the many waymarked paths that pass through the town, including the Cotswold Way, the Winchcombe Way and the Gloucestershire Way.
Winchcombe, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL54 5JD
Hailes, Cheltenham GL54 5PB
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL54 5PQ
Cleeve Hill, Cheltenham GL52 3PW
Victoria Ground, Princes Street, Cheltenham GL52 6BE
Naturally, Cheltenham has a sophisticated range of eateries, with something for every taste and budget, and it is always worth exploring the local Cotswold villages to discover some fine gastro pubs and hidden gems of local cafes and restaurants.
5 North Street, Winchcombe, Cheltenham GL54 5LH
The local dentist is Stone House Dental Practice, again less than a mile from the development. However places are scarce at this popular practice, so you may need to look further afield. Find Stone House at GL54 5LL or call them on 01242 602220.
Greet Road, Winchcombe, Cheltenham GL54 5GZ
Cheltenham has a wide variety of big name stores and quaint independent shops, while Bristol and Birmingham both offer the full city shopping mall experience at Cabot Circus and the Bullring respectively. Many people also visit Cribbs Causeway in Bristol, a large out-of-town shopping area that includes retail parks, an enclosed shopping centre known as The Mall and The Venue which includes a cinema, bowling alley and a variety of restaurants.
For a designer bargain, check out Gloucester Quays, or for something special, look out for antique fairs and other specialist sales at Cheltenham Racecourse.
22/24 North Street, Winchcombe, Gloucester GL54 5PS
Evesham Road, Cheltenham GL52 8SA
St Ann Way, Gloucester GL1 5SH
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 4SH
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Merlin Road, Bristol, South Gloucestershire BS34 5DG
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Redrow consistently strive to be at the forefront of design and innovation, and we continue to review new and emerging trends to ensure we bring you the best available finishing touches to help you create your own truly inspirational home.
Touches you’ll find all around you in your new home. From stunning brick detailing, high quality sandstone plinths, headers and cills, wide barge boards, decorative ridgework and ornate finials, every home is built to an individual specification.
We are proud members of the World Wildlife Fund Forestry Trade Network, which means we continually strive to increase our use of timber from accredited sources.
Also, to help maintain your Heritage Collection home's good looks, with next to no effort from you, we've crafted frames from Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP), so there’s no need for painting or maintenance.
Redrow kitchens feature the latest in integrated, energy-saving appliances from leading brand manufacturers such as Siemens, Smeg & AEG.
Our bedrooms have the option of hand-crafted fitted wardrobes from Hammonds and Gooding Group, both of which are dedicated to bringing you quality from the inside out.
Design has always been important to us at Redrow and all our homes are designed to be traditional on the outside but thoroughly modern on the inside.
Design is not just about intricate details. Every aspect of our homes has been carefully thought through, with one eye on the key trends in interior design, the other on the needs of the homeowner.
Whether it’s the size, layout, the plethora of family-friendly features, right down to the proximity of schools, transport and amenities, your new home has been designed for life. Your life.
Our homes offer, on average, a 53% improvement in heat loss compared to homes built in the 70's and 35% over homes built just 10 years ago†
Our homes consistently out-perform the recommended minimum air-tightness standards, resulting in LESS heat loss and FEWER draughts.
Our homes come with SMART meters fitted as standard, putting you in control of your electricity usage and your bills
Our homes could reduce your fuel bills by over £550* per year.
Our homes come with 100% low energy light fittings fitted as standard, plus water efficient fittings, saving you £86 on your annual water bill.
† Research conducted by National Energy Services and commissioned by the New Homes Marketing Board.
* Research conducted by National Energy Services and commissioned by the New Homes Marketing Board.