A development of 4, 5 and 6 bedroom homes within five minutes walk of Kemble Railway Station. Register now to receive the brochure.
These homes are ideally situated to enjoy tranquil countryside and scenic landscapes but are close to the iconic Cotswold towns of Cirencester, Tetbury and Regency Cheltenham Spa.
However, for those wanting to travel without driving, then Kemble's mainline train station has excellent connections, in particular to London Paddington. This journey takes approximately 80 minutes thus giving commuters the very best of country and city lifestyles.
Kemble is on the edge of the Cotswolds, one of the most picturesque, affluent and desirable areas to live in England. This world famous region was boosted by the rise of the wool trade and combines its stunning rural landscapes with a rich cultural and built heritage. From the quaint and unspoilt honey-coloured stone villages to the university and market towns, there's always plenty to explore and end the day in front of a log fire in one of the many traditional pubs.
There are a wealth of things to enjoy in the Cotswolds, from the picture postcard villages and spectacular rural scenery to family focused attractions, historic houses, gardens and parks. Not to mention the region's fascination with equestrian sports from racing at Cheltenham, horse trials at Badminton and Polo in Cirencester. There are of course many other sporting opportunities including rugby, golf, cycling, rambling and water sports. The area is rich in arts and culture with a splendid array of restaurants, galleries, antique shops, theatre and music venues (both indoor and outdoor) in addition to nationally renowned festivals of Racing, Literature, Music, Jazz, Science, Food and Drink.
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Kemble village has its own post office and small village shop. The historic market town of Cirencester is around five miles away and as well as serving everyday needs has a wealth of specialist shops, boutiques, restaurants and independent cafes. Black Jack Street with its little tucked away courtyards and the Cornhill, off Market Place, are ideal to explore. Other nearby towns include Tetbury, famous for its Market Hall, fascinating antique shops and the Prince of Wales' Highgrove Shop. There are also several farm shops and specialist food outlets offering local produce and a more traditional shopping experience. Further afield, but within an hour's drive, you can enjoy additional shopping amid the beautiful architecture of historic Bath, Cheltenham and Oxford.
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