New Homes in Gloucestershire
Situated in and making up part of the country’s border with , Gloucestershire also shares a boundary with , and , as well as , , and the city and county of . From major settlements like Gloucester and Cheltenham, to scenic villages such as Newent, Stonehouse 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.
Live the Gloucestershire lifeA 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.
Things to see and do in GloucestershireWhether 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.
EducationThere 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.
Gloucestershire transport linksGloucestershire County Council has invested in its local cycling and walking infrastructure in recent years to encourage environmentally friendly methods of transport. Park and ride, bus and train routes are also available, but if you need to drive then you can head north to Birmingham on the M5, which runs towards Bristol and Exeter in the opposite direction.
The Gloucestershire property scene
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.
New Homes Offers & Schemes in Gloucestershire
If you make your move with us, you’ll be able to choose from great offers and schemes.
Browse our vast selection of new homes in Gloucestershire and get in touch today.