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LAST FEW PLOTS

Rooksmoor Mills

Bath Road, Stroud, GL5 5ET

LAST FEW PLOTS

Rooksmoor Mills

Bath Road, Stroud, GL5 5ET

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Number of Properties
54
Bedrooms
1, 2 & 3
Location
Stroud

54 one, two and three-bedroom homes in a tranquil location with a backdrop of trees, near Stroud.

Description

Positioned on the edge of the Cotswolds and surrounded by countryside, Rooksmoor Mills is a unique development of 54 one, two and three-bedroom homes. Not only do many of the homes here boast views of the Millpond, but the site itself also benefits from great connectivity with easy access to the M5 motorway which provides links to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Worcester and Bristol. Stroud train station (1.7 miles away) offers direct trains to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Swindon, Reading and London Paddington.

The development is located on the Nailsworth Stream at the southern end of the thriving market town of Stroud. Situated below the western escarpment of the Cotswold Hills, at the meeting point of the Five Valleys, Stroud has a heritage of cloth making and woollen mills and is noted for its steep streets and red brickwork which contrasts with typical Cotswold stone.

Key Features

  • LAST FEW REMAINING
  • Close to the thriving market town of Stroud
  • Great motorway and rail connections
  • 90 minutes by train to London Paddington
  • ‘Outstanding’ schools nearby
  • Close to many independent shops and places to eat
  • Surrounded by countryside
  • On the edge of the Cotswolds
  • Gloucester and Cheltenham can be reached in under 30 minutes by car
  • Bristol can be reached in under 40 minutes by car

Description

Positioned on the edge of the Cotswolds and surrounded by countryside, Rooksmoor Mills is a unique development of 54 one, two and three-bedroom homes. Not only do many of the homes here boast views of the Millpond, but the site itself also benefits from great connectivity with easy access to the M5 motorway which provides links to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Worcester and Bristol. Stroud train station (1.7 miles away) offers direct trains to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Swindon, Reading and London Paddington.

The development is located on the Nailsworth Stream at the southern end of the thriving market town of Stroud. Situated below the western escarpment of the Cotswold Hills, at the meeting point of the Five Valleys, Stroud has a heritage of cloth making and woollen mills and is noted for its steep streets and red brickwork which contrasts with typical Cotswold stone.

Available Homes

£395,000
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2

Plot 10 – The Pond House

Spacious and contemporary three double bedroom home with south facing, over water terrace.

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£450,000
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2

Plot 23 - Penthouse LAST REMAINING

Three bedroom penthouse apartment with exceptional open plan kitchen/living/dining space.

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£399,950
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
2

Plot 24 – Penthouse LAST REMAINING

Spacious contemporary two-bedroom penthouse with great south facing views out over the millpond.

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£330,000
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2

Plot 40 – The Wool

An outstanding semi-detached three bedroom home.

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Site Plan

All Availability

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Plot
House Type
Parking
Outside Space
Availability
Price
Block A Plot 25
3 Bedroom Townhouse
Integral garage and allocated parking
Rear Terrace
Reserved
£385,000
Block A Plot 29
3 Bedroom Townhouse
Garage & 1 Parking Space
Rear Terrace
Reserved
-
Block A Plot 31
3 Bedroom Townhouse
Garage & 1 Parking Space
Rear Terrace
Reserved
£395,000
Block B Plot 10
3 bedroom townhouse
Garage & parking
1 terrace
Available
£395,000
Block B Plot 11
3 bedroom townhouse
Garage & parking
1 terrace
Reserved
£425,000
Block B Plot 13
3 Bedroom Townhouse
Garage & 1 Parking Space
1 Terrace
Reserved
-
Block B Plot 15
3 bedroom townhouse
Garage & parking
1 terrace
Reserved
£425,000
Block B Plot 17
2 Bedroom Apartment
1 Parking Space
-
Reserved
£245,000
Block B Plot 21
2 Bedroom penthouse
2 Parking spaces
Balcony
Reserved
£425,000
Block B Plot 23
3 Bedroom Penthouse
2 Parking Spaces
-
Available
£450,000
Block B Plot 24
2 bedroom penthouse
2 parking spaces
-
Available
£399,950
Block B Plot 9
1 Bedroom Apartment
1 Parking Space
Terrace
Reserved
£175,000
Block C Plot 32
3 Bedroom Townhouse
Garage & 1 parking space
Balcony
Reserved
-
Block C Plot 34
3 bedroom townhouse
Garage & parking
Balcony
Reserved
£360,000
Block C Plot 35
3 Bedroom Townhouse
Garage & 1 Parking Space
Balcony
Reserved
-
Block C1 Plot 37
3 Bedroom Townhouse
Garage & parking
-
Reserved
£335,000
Block C1 Plot 40
3 bedroom townhouse
Garage & parking
Courtyard
Available
£330,000
Block C2 Plot 39
3 Bedroom Townhouse
Garage & 1 Parking Space
-
Reserved
-
Block C2 Plot 41
3 Bedroom Townhouse
Parking Space
Terrace
Reserved
£330,000

About the Local Area

Location

The market town of Stroud bustles with a vibrance of activity that offers plenty of artisan cafes and restaurants to enjoy with family and friends. Also known as the Covent Garden of the Cotswolds, the town is home to the award-winning Stroud farmers market which takes place every Saturday. The market is full of independent stalls allowing you to savour local flavours from up to 50 producers located within a 30-mile radius. In addition to the many independent shops and places to eat, the town is well known for its arts and music scene. The nearby town of Nailsworth also has a host of independent shops plus its own Saturday market and can boast more working water wheels per square mile than anywhere else in the country. If you follow the Mill trail you will find Ruskin Mill, a centre for the arts, while The Nailsworth Festival every Spring includes art, music and food events.

Transport

The homes here benefit from excellent road and rail connectivity. Stroud train station (a mere 1.7 miles away) provides excellent links to surrounding towns such as Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bristol and Bath while Swindon, Reading and London Paddington can also be reached in under 90 minutes. The M5 sits approximately 5 miles west of Stroud linking to Bristol to the south and Gloucester and Cheltenham to the north. For those keen on walking and cycling, the Woodchester Cycle Trail runs behind the development providing links to nearby towns and the city of Gloucester. The Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty surrounds the town, and the Cotswold Way path passes by it to the west. Stroud lies 10 miles south of the city of Gloucester, 14 miles from Cheltenham, 15 miles from Cirencester and 26 miles from the city of Bristol.

For those wanting to travel further afield, Bristol International Airport can be reached by car in just over an hour.

Education

There are plenty of great educational facilities nearby, Gastrells Community Primary School which has had an Ofsted rating of 'good' can be found a short walk from the development and Stroud High School (an all-girls grammar school) and Marling School (an all-boys secondary school) both with 'outstanding' Ofsted reports can be found in under two miles. For private schools, the well-respected Wycliffe College can be found in under 10 minutes by car.

Health

Stroud General Hospital has recently undergone a £2m refurbishment. This hospital is the closest hospital to the development however other large hospitals can be found in Gloucester, Cheltenham and Bristol. There are a number of doctors surgeries and health centres locally too with Rowcroft Medical Centre and the Stroud Valleys Family Practice both under 2 miles away.

There are also a number of dental practices in Stroud, Stonehouse and Nailsworth whilst our four legged friends can be looked after at Stroud Valleys Veterinary Practice or Clockhouse Veterinary Group both located within Stroud.

Shopping & Leisure

The local area is home to a range of independent shops and places to eat with Stroud and Nailsworth having many cafes and eateries to enjoy with family and friends. There are also plenty of supermarkets nearby including Sainsburys, Tesco and Waitrose in Stroud. Naturally the region is perfect for outdoor life with superb opportunities for walking and cycling while Stratford Park, on the edge of Stroud, is home to a state-of-the-art gym with indoor and outdoor swimming pools as well as a museum rich in history. A short journey on the M5 takes you to the City of Bristol and offers a superb range of shopping and leisure pursuits including fine dining, theatre and international sporting events together with a number of festivals each year including the International Balloon Fiesta.