These beautifully designed contemporary homes cast a rainbow of colour in the heart of Stroud. Church Square is a superb new development by award winning developer Bales Homes.
These beautifully designed contemporary homes cast a rainbow of colour in the heart of Stroud. Church Square is a superb new development by award winning developer Bales Homes, tucked away but only approximately 3 minutes walk from the high street.
Brimming with independent shops, cafes and galleries and home to one of the best farmers markets in the County, the town centre offers an eclectic mix of shops selling everything from homemade crafts to every day essentials.
Church Square is within easy access of Stroud's main bus and train station. There are regular buses to Cheltenham, Gloucester and Nailsworth and Stroud has the advantage of a direct line to London, Paddington which takes 90 minutes.
Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Stroud is centrally located in the Cotswolds to enjoy the beautiful surrounding countryside, take a drive up to Minchinhampton common where you can buy an ice cream from a local company or enjoy a local ale in a cosy Cotswold pub or stay local and visit one of the many pubs and restaurants in the town centre close to Church Square.
The development consists of 12 family homes, arranged in two terraces of 6 houses each. Setting the houses at an angle and at various different heights has added to the character of these new homes and the specification of each house is superb offering the best of contemporary living and clever design.
The houses range in size from 1418 sq ft to 1902 sq ft, arranged over two and a half floors. Every property has Gas Heating with under floor heating on the ground floor and radiators on upper floors, with an energy rating of B. There is a generous kitchen/dining, living space on the ground floor and bedrooms on the upper floors. Each property has one parking space or a garage as well as a courtyard and terrace or garden to the rear.
These beautiful newly constructed contemporary houses create a rainbow of colour in the heart of Stroud.Sarah McKinnon