20th May 2022

Ever heard of Brookthorpe Village? Probably not if you aren’t local but this hidden gem just 3 miles from Junction 12 M5 is a breath of fresh air.

No one wants to waste time in the car commuting or clogged up in rat runs in the local dormitory towns. Brookthorpe village  is conveniently located on the outskirts of Gloucester with Cheltenham  approximately just 12 miles North and Bristol approximately just 32 miles South. Eminently commutable by car!

In addition, Stroud Train Station is 5.3 miles to the south and offers direct trains to Gloucester and  Cheltenham. London Paddington can be reached direct within appx 1 hours 31 minutes.

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But why live here? Well we aren’t always working and quality of life and access to green spaces are high on everyone’s list following the step change of the Pandemic.

Brookthorpe adjoins the open countryside of The Cotswolds, nestled between Robinswood Hill (a country park with 250 acres of walks and nature trails) and Painswick Beacon which is one of the highest points in the Cotswolds with fabulous far-reaching views.

Our Exclusively Private new community ‘Brookthorpe Park’ nestles in this charming village with a historic church, traditional pub  and village hall.

Boasting an impressive specification, versatile designs and stunning elevations, Brookthorpe Park features tree lined open spaces, with homes placed to maximise the bucolic views including some superb garden terraces just made to enjoy a coffee or cocktail...

Sitting adjacent to the Cotswold Escarpment, its surroundings include great local walks such as the Cotswold Way and country lanes popular with both cyclists and horse-riding enthusiasts alike.

‘The Queen of The Cotswolds’ - a deserving name for the quaint, picturesque village of Painswick - is circa 3.7 miles away and is a hive of activity featuring shops, eateries, historical landmarks and a challenging 18-hole golf course!

We’re already talking to clients looking to move from older, less efficient homes there to our High Specification but comparatively Low Maintenance designs.

It’s still just a short drive from the hustle and bustle of Stroud, a market town that offers plenty of artisan cafes and restaurants to enjoy with family and friends, as well as supermarkets and other amenities. Known for its rich arts and music scene, the town is often referred to as the Covent Garden of the Cotswolds and is home to the award-winning Stroud Farmers Market which takes place every Saturday. There are so many walks, rambles and cycle rides from your doorstep - your weekend is sure to be one full of adventure!

So, forget everything you think you know about ‘new homes’ (rabbit warren roads, boxy designs, cheek by jowl neighbours) and don’t compromise on location just to be nearer work.

Come visit the Marketing Suite at Brookthorpe Village Hall and we’ll show you the Best Of Both Worlds!