The GoldfinchIntegrated fridge freezer*
Four bedroom detached house with double garage.
Built in oven, hob and hood in stainless steel
Spotlights to ceiling and fitted kitchen includingbase and wall units
Ceramic wall tiling to bathroom, cloak and en suite
White Roca sanitary ware with chrome
Spotlights to ceiling
Chrome heated towel radiators*
External light to front and rear
Power and light to garage**
Turf/planting to front garden
Ig front door with multi point locking system, letterbox, viewer, door chain and mains operated door bell
UPVC French doors
High quality UPVC windows with ‘easy clean’ reflex hinge and white ironmongery
Walls and ceilings finished in white
Fitted wardrobes to master bedroom*
Gas central heating throughout with thermostatic radiator valves
Mains linked smoke detector with battery back up
Telephone and multimedia
TV points to living room and master bedroom
BT point to living room or hallway
10 year NHBC warranty
St James Mews - About the development:
St James Mews is a development of new homes in Charfield, which enjoy a rural countryside location, yet benefit from ease of access to Gloucester and Bristol. The 3 and 4-bedroom properties are offered in a variety of styles, appealing to first-time buyers, families and commuters around the region.
Shopping and Dining
There is a convenience store within walking distance of St James Mews, while the nearest large supermarket can be found in Wotton-under-Edge, in addition to a selection of independent stores and boutiques.
For complete retail therapy, Bristol presents a wealth of shopping opportunities within its Shopping Quarter, an area at the heart of the city where high-street and designer names sit alongside famous department stores and independent boutiques. Alternatively, Gloucester Quays Outlet is only half an hour away by car and offers a wide choice of well-known brands at discounted prices.
Charfield is home to several traditional pubs, while Bristol and Gloucester each offer a more varied dining experience in their commercial districts, with restaurants to suit most tastes. Bristol is also home to several Michelin-starred restaurants; around 30 minutes’ drive from the development is Casamia - boasting a Michelin star and five aa rosettes. Serving British cuisine, its much praised set menu adapts, along with its décor, to reflect the changing seasons.
St James Mews is ideally located for enjoying outdoor pursuits in the nearby Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, covering over 800 square miles of countryside across five counties. Nearer to home, golf fans are served by Cotswold Edge Golf Club, around 10 minutes’ drive from the development and offering an 18-hole championship golf course with picturesque views of the South Gloucestershire countryside.
Wotton-under-Edge presents several leisure facilities, including a well-equipped sports centre and an outdoor, heated swimming pool, complete with a retractable enclosure for cold weather. It also boasts one of the oldest cinemas in the UK, Wotton Electric Picture House, an independent cinema which shows a selection of commercial and arthouse films.
Bristol and Gloucester offer a wealth of leisure and entertainment facilities for visitors of all ages. Bristol is well-known for its maritime history and boasts a range of cultural attractions including Brunel ss Great Britain, a 19th-century passenger steamship, docked in Bristol Harbour.
Gloucester’s monuments and museums include Gloucester Cathedral and The National Waterways Museum, with the latter based on Gloucester Docks. This popular port presents several attractions, including cruises down the River Severn or Gloucester Canal.
For families, Charfield Primary School is around two minutes’ drive from St James Mews, while Katharine Lady Berkeley High School is only two miles away, less than a five-minute drive.
The nearest university is the University of the West of England, Bristol, a 25-minute car journey from the development.
These new homes in Charfield benefit from ease of access to two motorways: The M5 provides a convenient route to both Bristol and Gloucester, while the M4 allows drivers to reach Swindon, Reading, London and Wales. The nearest town, Wotton-under-Edge, is only a six-minute drive from the proposed development, using local roads.
For local train services, Cam and Dursley station is just over 15 minutes’ drive from St James Mews and offers regular services to destinations such as Weymouth, Southampton and Gloucester.
Both Gloucestershire and Bristol airports are around 30 miles away from the development. The former offers a selection of routes within the UK and the Channel Islands, while the latter serves flights to international destinations.
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