Set in the heart of the stunning Cotswolds area amid rolling hills and thatched medieval cottages, Stow-on-the-Wold sits at the top of an 800ft hill and offers visitors and homeowners a wealth of traditional English history and architecture. Traditional tea shops and cafes nestle amidst quaint cottages and ancient woodlands to create the perfect backdrop for short walks or longer rambles.
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The Stow on the Wold development is well located for everyday amenities being just 250 metres from the main Market Square area and 100 metres from the start of the shopping area. The town centre offers a range of independent cafes, bistros and restaurants and is a popular stop off for tourists in search of some quintessential British charm.
A large Tesco supermarket can be found just over half a mile away for larger shopping trips and the closest GP surgery is 400 metres away through the town square. Thanks to a wealth of fantastic road links, the development is also conveniently located for access to a wealth of neighbouring towns and cities including Gloucestershire, Lower Oddington, Cheltenham, Northleach, Broadway and Chipping Norton.
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Construction start date, sales release and first occupation are still to be confirmed and are subject to planning permission.
With a cosy, small town atmosphere, Stow-on-the-Wold is perhaps the best known of the local market towns in the beautiful Cotswolds area. The main shopping area of the town, known as the Market Square, offers a fantastic testimony to the area’s historical importance. Wander the surrounding streets for a look at the elegant array of original town houses and beautifully preserved architecture.
With an enviable location along the route of the Fosse Way, the town offers fantastic access to the local area and is just 19 miles to Cheltenham and 30 miles to the stunning historical city of Oxford. The neighbouring town of Moreton-in-Marsh has a main line train service which runs to London Paddington in under two hours. Regular bus services run from the Market Square to Cirencester, Cheltenham, Bourton-on-the-Water, Chipping Campden and Northleach.
The local area provides plenty of attractions and a busy calendar of events that will suit all ages and interests. Visit the Cotswold Farm Park for a chance to get up close and personal with a variety of farm animals, or spend an afternoon browsing the aisles at Durham House Antiques, offering more than 2,000 square foot of antique furniture and homewares.