Quality doesn’t have to be complicated. Sometimes, the simplest things have an undeniable elegance and charm, as you’ll discover in the beautifully laid out Letchworth. Simple lines make the most of the space, while inspired designs let the life and light flow freely through the heart of the home.
The Letchworth enjoys a luxury rarely seen in other 3 bedroom homes. A stylish en-suite to the master bedroom ensures all family members have ample space during those busy morning periods. Additional spaces such as the laundry room and downstairs cloakroom also help to streamline life for today’s modern family.
With traditional features and craftsmanship to the outside of the property, and the pinnacle of modern living to be found inside, The Letchworth is a home for you to truly fall in love with.
About the Development
Where would you rather live? In a quiet rural location on the edge of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, or just 3 miles from the centre of a thriving cultural town? Why choose, when at Brizen Park, Cheltenham, you can have both and so much more, including outstanding schools and excellent transport links, in the town that the Daily Telegraph voted as the UK’s best place to raise a family.
This is sure to be one of our most popular developments, so register your interest now for these 3 and 4 bedroom Heritage Collection homes near Cheltenham, and be the first to know the news. Remember, you and your family could be enjoying this unrivalled lifestyle with just a 5% deposit with Help to Buy, helping to make your Cotswold country dream a reality.
There is a convenience store in nearby Leckhampton, along with a Cooperative Food store, and you’ll find a large Morrisons supermarket on the edge of Cheltenham.There are a number of GP surgeries which serve the local area and there are places available at Coronation Dental Practice (Sat Nav GL51 7SA call 01242 523573) also try Montpellier Dental Surgery (Sat Nav GL50 1UX, call 01242 234 274)
There are plenty of dining options locally, without venturing into town. The nearby village of Shurdington has two friendly pubs that both do delicious home cooked food, including the Bell Inn and the Cheeserollers – named after the famous Gloucestershire tradition that takes place on a local hillside. The Cheeserollers even has a skittle alley to make it a truly memorable evening.In the town, you’ll find a fine selection of restaurants, including le Champignon Sauvage, which boasts no less than two Michelin stars. Prithvi (Indian), Lumiere (seafood), East India Café (Indian), L’Artisan (Mediterranean) and Purslane (British) also come highly recommended.
Wherever you look in Cheltenham, you’ll find outstanding schools, from local primary schools close to the development, to excellent senior and independent schools in the town. Leckhampton CofE Primary, Warden Hill Primary and St James Primary are all just a short distance away and are all rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, giving your child the best possible start in life.Older pupils are just as well catered for, with the ‘Good’ Cheltenham Bourneside School, the ‘Outstanding’ Balcarras School, and the selective Pates School, which was described by Ofsted as ‘Beyond Outstanding’ all within easy reach. Cheltenham is also home to an excellent selection of independent schools, including the famous Cheltenham Ladies College, Cheltenham College and Dean Close School.
From open air swimming to one of the world’s most famous horse racing festivals, Cheltenham has something to offer all year round. Check out the Leisure @ Cheltenham sports centre, the Stanford Park Lido or the excellent golf available at Lilley Park Golf Club, which is conveniently close to Brizen Park. Cheltenham is also home to the Croquet Association, and has one of the country’s largest clubs.
For evening entertainment, Cheltenham has endless options, including the Screening Rooms cinema, with its at-seat waiter service, four theatres, including the Bacon, the Playhouse, the Parabola Arts Centre and the Everyman, and countless friendly bars, cafes and restaurants.Cheltenham is also famous for its festivals, with something to amuse and inspire almost anyone at some point in the year. The festival programme includes Food & Drink, Jazz, Literature, Music and Science plus of course the Cheltenham Festival itself, which includes the grade one Cheltenham Gold Cup.
ShoppingCheltenham’s cultural reputation is reflected in the large number of independent shops and stores in the town, including the famous Cavendish House department store. You’ll also find all your favourite High Street names in the main town centre, in the Regent Arcade, Beechwood Shopping Centre and along the Promenade. For out of town shopping, try Kingsditch Retail Park or Gallagher Retail Park.
Cheltenham Town Centre is just 3 miles from the development, where you’ll find Cheltenham Spa Station, on the main Birmingham to Bristol line. Trains to either city take just three quarters of an hour, while services to nearby Gloucester take as little as 9 minutes. Cheltenham Spa also offers direct trains to London in just over two hours and Cardiff in around an hour and a half. There are 150 park and ride spaces and over 130 cycle spaces at the station.For drivers, access to the M5 is just a few miles away at junction 11 with Gloucester just beyond at around 8miles drive. Tewkesbury is around 12miles, Cirencester 15miles, Swindon 32miles and Oxford and Bristol just over 40miles each. Gloucestershire Airport is around 5miles away, offering flights to Belfast, the Isle of Man and Jersey, while Birmingham International is around an hour away by motorway.
- 3 bedroom home
- Open plan kitchen/dining room
- Traditional exterior
- Separate lounge
- En-suite to master bedroom