Brockhampton Manor
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Brockhampton Manor

A prestigious new community of beautiful homes, set in a leafy enclave in the popular Swindon Village area of Cheltenham.

Brockhampton Lane, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 9RZ

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4 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

Detached

Opening Times

10am - 5pm

Welcome to Brockhampton Manor, a prestigious new community of beautiful homes, set in a leafy enclave in the popular Swindon Village area of Cheltenham.

Set back from Brockhampton Lane by trees and open space, this semi-rural retreat features just ten beautifully designed 4 bedroom detached homes with an impressive all-inclusive specification, carefully crafted to complement the surrounding area.  

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Brockhampton Manor Housetypes

The Montpellier

A prestigious 4 bed detached home with a spacious kitchen family suite.

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3

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The Montpellier Special

A stunning 4 bed detached home with double garage.

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3

Detached

The Imperial

A unique 4 bed detached home with Master suite and ensuite.

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3

Detached

The Pittville 1

A beautiful 4 bed detached home with a spacious kitchen family suite.

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3

Detached

The Pittville 2

A prestigious 4 bed detached home with a spacious kitchen family suite.

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3

Detached

The Local Area

Set back from Brockhampton Lane by trees and open space, this semi-rural retreat features just ten beautifully designed 4 bedroom detached homes with an impressive all-inclusive specification, carefully crafted to complement the surrounding area.

Education

Catering for both Primary and Secondary school aged children, there are several state schools within approximately 2 miles of Brockhampton Manor rated OUTSTANDING and GOOD by OFSTED. Just a short distance from Brockhampton Manor, Swindon Village Primary school is an integral part of the community and was rated GOOD in its latest OFSTED report. Cheltenham is renowned for its independent schools and colleges which include the world famous Cheltenham Ladies’ College and Dean Close School.

Eating Out

Almost every taste is catered for nearby in the Retail parks and Bishops Cleeve, from Café dining in modest delis to fast food from the High Street favourites. The majestic Montpellier, Cheltenham lies approximately 3 miles away and offers a wide range of options from well-known, family friendly bistros to Fine Dining at its best.

Entertainment

Noted as being the most complete Regency town in England, Cheltenham was voted the ‘Best Place To Live in the South West’ by The Sunday Times in 2020. A perfect marriage of historic and modern architecture, it boasts a wealth of facilities and venues offering Theatre, Live Music and Festivals. Sporting facilities are abundant and the town is, of course, famous for its racecourse.

Attractions

Brockhampton Manor benefits from beautiful countryside rambles from the doorstep and Cheltenham is rich with pretty parks and open spaces. The Cotswolds boasts an astounding number of historic monuments, manor houses and estates. Swindon Village benefits from a Village Hall, Park & Playground .The Playing Field includes football pitches, a cricket pitch and two pavilions. In the centre of the village is the stunning Church of St Lawrence which dates from the 12th century. The Village Hall contains a hall and performance stage, with a side room and licensed bar - all of which are used for private and community functions.

Shopping

Packed with major household names, the nearby Retail parks offer everything from Food, Household wares and Clothing to DIY, Craft and Car Showrooms. Cheltenham boasts a thriving town centre catering to all needs, with the added attraction of independent, boutique retailers. A stroll through the majestic Montpellier area – a destination in itself- offers hours of window shopping, boasting designer items and dining options in the most magical setting imaginable.

Transport

A regular bus service between the retail park and Cheltenham runs from Quat Goose Lane, approximately 150 meters away from Brockhampton Manor. For commuting farther afield, Cheltenham Spa railway station is approximately 2 miles away. Access to the M5 is at Junction 10 ( northbound) and Junction 11 (southbound). For international travel, Birmingham Airport is approximately 41 miles north whilst Bristol Airport lies 49 miles south.

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