New Homes in Gloucestershire

Situated in South West England and making up part of the country’s border with South Wales, Gloucestershire also shares a boundary with HerefordshireWorcestershire and Warwickshire, as well as OxfordshireWiltshireSomerset and the city and county of Bristol. From major settlements like Gloucester and Cheltenham, to scenic villages such as NewentStonehouse and Thornbury, houses in Gloucestershire offer plenty of variety.

Whether you’re exploring the Forest of Dean, visiting Westonbirt, the National Arboretum, or walking in the picturesque Cotswolds, there’s everything from Roman villas to impressive cathedrals and nature aplenty. So start your house search with our developments in Gloucestershire blow.

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Winnycroft Lane, Matson, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL4 6EJ
  • £137,500 to £267,995
  • 2 and 3 bedroom
  • Set within 15 acres of open space, Winnycroft is a development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes. This new community will have two play areas, sports pitches and allotments for you to enjoy, as well as the Gloucestershire countryside on your doorstep. Within walking distance, you'll find two convenience stores and a local pub. The M5 and Gloucester train station are less than 4 miles away. Shared ownership homes available with Kickstart - see below for details.
Whittle Gardens
Whittle Gardens
Centurion Road, Innsworth, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL3 1GT
  • £254,995 to £466,995
  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Whittle Gardens is a development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes. Set within 64 acres of open space, you can enjoy 4km of footpaths & cycle paths, sports pitches, a skate park and a community centre with local amenities. You'll be just 3.8 miles from the vibrant city of Gloucester and the M5 can be reached in 10 minutes.
Forest Grove
Forest Grove
Ridgeway Avenue, Berry Hill, Gloucestershire, GL16 7SF
  • £264,500 to £403,995
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Forest Grove is a collection of 3 & 4 bedroom homes close to the Wye Valley. This development is near an area of outstanding natural beauty. Families can enjoy the two play areas and a community park, as well as shops, activities and amenities nearby. Enjoy walks around the River Wye, with great commuter links to the A40.
Ladden Garden Village
Ladden Garden Village
Off Leechpool Way, North Yate, South Gloucestershire, BS37 7YX
  • £299,995 to £419,995
  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Set within 32 acres of open space, Ladden Garden Village is a development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes in Yate. This new community will have 4 acres of new play areas & sports pitches and over 2 miles of footpaths & cycle paths for you to enjoy.  Within walking distance you will find the town centre and if you want to travel further afield, Yate train station is under 3 miles away.
Barratt Homes @ Brunel Quarter
Barratt Homes @ Brunel Quarter
Station Road, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 5WB
  • £327,995 to £429,995
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Welcome to Brunel Quarter, set on the banks of the River Wye in Chepstow. Here you will find a range of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in a peaceful riverside setting. On the development there are three play areas, a Riverside Park and plenty of open space. There are great commuter links to the A48, and Chepstow train station is a short walk away.
Honeymans Helm
Coming soon
Honeymans Helm
Off Shrivenham Road, Highworth, Swindon, SN6 7BZ
  • Coming soon
  • Honeymans Helm is a development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes, set in 10 acres of open space. This new community in the market town of Highworth will have brand new play areas for you to enjoy. Also a short walk away, is the high street, where you will find a Butchers, Deli and a country market every Saturday. Swindon train station is just 6 miles away, giving you easy access to Bristol, London and Reading. 
Orchards View @ Wichelstowe
Orchards View @ Wichelstowe
Pippin Street, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 7EU
  • £293,995 to £449,995
  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Set in 200 acres of open space, Orchards View is a development of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes. Here, you will find brand new play areas, sports pitches and allotments. There is also a Waitrose, primary & secondary school and the Hall & Woodhouse pub. Swindon train station is just 2 miles away, connecting you to central London within 57 minutes on the fast electric railway.
Wichel Fields @ Wichelstowe
Wichel Fields @ Wichelstowe
Mill Lane, Innsworth, Swindon, Swindon, SN1 7BX
  • £214,995 to £225,995
  • 2 bedroom
  • Set in 200 acres of open space, Wichel Fields @ Wichelstowe is a development of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes. On your doorstep you will find Hall & Woodhouse, a lovely bar and restaurant, as well as a Waitrose supermarket. The M4 motorway is 3.2 miles away and you could find yourself in central London within 57 minutes on the fast electric railway.

What are Gloucestershire communities like?

Gloucestershire is home to a diverse range of communities, each with its own unique charm. Cheltenham, known for its Regency architecture and cultural festivals, is a hub for arts and literature enthusiasts. The historic town of Tewkesbury boasts medieval architecture and a rich heritage. Nestled in the picturesque Cotswold Hills, Stroud is renowned for its artistic community and vibrant markets. The city of Gloucester itself combines history and modernity, with its stunning cathedral and regenerated docks area. Whether you seek the cultural allure of Cheltenham or the tranquillity of Stroud, Gloucestershire has a place for everyone to call home.

What is life like in Gloucestershire?

A predominantly rural county which still offers a convenient location within the UK, Gloucestershire provides excellent connections alongside its relaxed pace of life. At Barratt Homes, we make your Gloucestershire home purchase even sweeter with incentives.

What amenities does Gloucestershire have?

Gloucestershire’s amenities cater to various interests and ages. The county is home to numerous parks, including Pittville Park, providing green spaces for recreation and relaxation. Families can enjoy well-equipped playgrounds in various towns, while leisure centres like the Oxstalls Sports Park in Gloucester offer various fitness facilities. The Cotswold Water Park, spanning across the county, is a haven for water sports enthusiasts and nature lovers. From cultural venues to outdoor recreational spaces, Gloucestershire ensures a well-rounded quality of life for its residents.

What is there to see and do in Gloucestershire?

Whether it’s visiting historical attractions, walking through beautiful gardens or exploring interesting museums that’s more your thing, Gloucestershire’s open countryside is the main draw. The Wye Valley, Cotswolds and Forest of Dean are all testament to the stunning natural scenery you can expect to enjoy in this area.
From Gloucester Cathedral to Sudeley Castle, Tewkesbury Abbey and museums like the Corinium Museum and the British Motor Museum, Westonbirt’s National Arboretum, Hidcote Manor Gardens, the Royal Gardens at Highgrove and Bourton House Garden are all great spots for a stroll.

What is education like in Gloucestershire?

There are plenty of outstanding primary schools across Gloucestershire to pick from, including Blue Coat CofE not far from Bristol in Wotton-under-Edge. Fairford CofE in the south east of the county is also rated as outstanding by Ofsted, along with Cirencester’s Powell’s CofE.  If you want to live in Gloucester then Sir Thomas Rich’s School is one of the best secondary options for boys, while Denmark Road High School is a highly-rated girls’ school. Ofsted has judged both to be outstanding, along with Stroud High School.  

How are the transport links in Gloucestershire?

Cycling and Walking

Gloucestershire County Council is committed to providing sustainable transport options and has invested in local cycling and walking infrastructure. The county has witnessed substantial improvements in bike paths and pedestrian walkways, promoting eco-friendly modes of travel.

Public Transport

Gloucestershire has a well-connected public transport network, comprising park-and-ride services, buses and trains. Park-and-ride facilities provide convenient access to town centres, reducing traffic congestion. The extensive bus routes serve urban and rural areas, giving residents reliable and accessible means of transport. The train network connects Gloucestershire to neighbouring regions, making it easy to travel locally and further afield.


The M5 motorway runs through the county, offering a direct route north to Birmingham and south towards Bristol and Exeter. This road connection benefits commuters and provides a gateway for travellers heading to major cities and destinations beyond Gloucestershire. Whether for daily commutes or longer journeys, the road network ensures accessibility and ease of travel.

What nature is there to see in Gloucestershire?

Gloucestershire boasts diverse landscapes and idyllic surroundings. The Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, covers a substantial portion of the county, made up of rolling hills, charming villages and scenic walking trails. The Forest of Dean is renowned for its ancient woodlands and unique ecosystem, making it a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. Slimbridge Wetland Centre is home to various bird species and attracts birdwatchers and nature lovers. The River Severn, winding through the county, is ideal for riverside walks and boat trips.

What is the Gloucestershire property scene like?

With spots like Cirencester and houses in the Cotswolds always popular, there are other places in Gloucestershire where you can get a lot more house for your money. This is the case in Sedbury by the Welsh border, where you can pick up a bargain on a large 4 bed semi with a detached garage and good-sized garden. 

Whether you’re looking for a stylish 1 bed apartment as close to Bristol as possible, a comfortable 4 bed detached home just outside Stonehouse or a traditional looking house in the countryside surrounding Wotton-under-Edge, we can help turn your dreams into reality with offers like our Movemaker scheme – where we cover any agent’s fees on the sale of your current home.  

Whether you’re looking for your first home or a new home for your growing family, our South West property guide is here to help. 

New Homes Offers & Schemes in Gloucestershire

If you make your move with us, you’ll be able to choose from great offers and schemes.

Our low deposit schemes are designed to help you buy your dream home without worrying about the deposit. We can boost it up and support you along the way. And if you’re part of the armed forces, we offer a 5% deposit contribution to help you get on the ladder. 
Time for a change? Selling your home with our help to sell schemes is easy. You can forget about estate agent fees and enjoy your new home while we do the legwork. If you’re a key worker, you can benefit from our Key Worker Deposit Contribution scheme. 

Browse our vast selection of new homes in Gloucestershire and get in touch today.