Compared to other three bedroom homes, the Ludlow offers a remarkable level of luxury and comfort within its walls.
Finished in a traditional, Arts and Crafts inspired style, this is a home with real kerb appeal, with the roofed porch adding to the fine first impression.
Inside, the layout is kept simple yet elegant, with the ground floor divided between a large lounge to the front and a full width kitchen / dining room to the rear. The kitchen comes complete with appliances, and has a separate laundry room, while the dining area is flooded with light from the double width patio doors, which open up to the garden beyond.
Upstairs, further thoughtful planning finds room for an en-suite to the master bedroom, a second double room and a larger than average single bedroom, along with a family bathroom.
Proving that smaller homes can be just as big on style, the Ludlow is a place you’ll be proud to call home.
About the DevelopmentGlevum Green places you right in the heart of historic Gloucester, within easy reach of the ancient Cathedral and famous docks, the superb shopping and the excellent schools. And with an enviable location just off the ring road, it also puts you within easy reach of the A40 and M5 too, so you can make the most of Gloucester’s central location.
This exciting new development offers a choice of superb quality three and four-bedroom family homes in Gloucester from Redrow’s award winning Heritage Collection. Just like the city itself, these homes combine the finest of traditional architecture with the very best of modern living.
This is sure to prove a popular development, so register your interest today to make sure you don’t miss out. Remember, you only need 5% deposit with Help to Buy and Redrow can assist if you have an existing property with the Help to Sell incentive, so there’s nothing holding you back.
AmenitiesThere is a One Stop mini market on Kingsholm Road, within easy reach of Glevum Green, with a Tesco supermarket close by for your weekly shop. Gloucester is also home to Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons stores.
For GPs, register with Alney practice (Sat Nav GL2 0LS, call 01452 522 709) or Kingsholm Surgery (Sat Nav GL1 3EN, call 01452 522902), while dentists can be found locally at Norfolk House Dental Surgery (Sat Nav GL1 3HH, call 01452 525540).
DiningYou’ll find a host of family favourites at Gloucester Quays, including Pizza Express, Zizzi, TGI Fridays and Nandos, plus there’s lot’s more family friendly restaurants at the nearby St Oswalds Park. Head into the city centre and you’ll find even more choice, with something for every taste and budget, from the fine dining of Gloucester Studio and Wharf House, to the budget eats of So Pie and The Barge Restaurant. Great value pub grub can be found nearby at The Pelican Inn and the Fountain Inn, with many more great pubs around Kingsholm Stadium.
EducationEducation has been a high priority in Gloucester ever since The King’s School was opened in 1541, and that tradition continues to this day. You’ll find an excellent selection of highly regarded schools, in both the state and private sector, all within easy reach of Glevum Green. Younger children can choose between the Ofsted ‘outstanding’ rated Kingsholm CofE Primary or the ‘good’ rated St Peter’s Catholic Primary. Older girls will have just a short walk to the ‘outstanding’ Denmark Road High School, while boys can apply for the selective Sir Thomas Rich’s School.
Gloucester also has an excellent choice of independent education, including Edward Jenner School and the famous King’s School. The campus of the University of Gloucester is also close to the development, saving on expensive hall fees for stay at home students.
LeisureStanding at the gateway to the South West, Gloucester is a popular staging post for tourists, which means that there is always plenty to do. You can step back in time at the historic dockyards of Britain’s most inland port, or you can retrace the steps of Harry Potter and friends around the cloisters of the 11th century Gloucester Cathedral. For more modern entertainment, head for Gloucester Quays, where you’ll find a great selection of restaurants as well as a multi-screen cinema and a popular gym.
Golfers will enjoy a challenging round at Gloucester or Rodway Hill golf clubs, tennis players will love the superb courts at Oxstalls Indoor Tennis Centre, while Riverside Sports and Leisure offers facilities for many other sports. Close to the development you’ll also find top class rugby union, with the legendary Kingsholm Stadium, home to Gloucester Rugby.
ShoppingGloucester is nothing short of a shopper’s paradise, with a huge range of shopping styles on offer all within easy reach. Gloucester Quays offers a wide selection of outlet stores with huge discounts on the biggest brands and regular events and markets that make the choice even bigger. In the centre of the city, the Eastgate Shopping Centre and Kings Walk offer modern mall shopping with a huge range of household names. Beyond these, you’ll also find a wealth of quirky independents tucked away in the side streets in and around the pedestrianised centre, with unique styles and one-off bargains just waiting to be discovered.
For those who prefer out of town shopping, St Oswalds Retail Park has a host of big names including B&Q and Argos, plus sportwear, furnishings and electrical goods.
TransportThe development is just a short drive or bus ride from the heart of the city, where you can access mainline rail services at Gloucester Station. Both Bristol and Birmingham are around 55minutes away by train, with direct services to London Paddington in around two hours. Cheltenham is just a half hour train ride.
The A40 passes close to the development and the M5 is just a short drive away, with junction 11 serving northbound and 11a for southbound traffic. Cheltenham is just 7miles, Tewkesbury 10miles, Stroud 11miles and Cirencester 17miles.
- 3 bedroom home
- Open plan kitchen/dining room
- Traditional exterior
- Separate lounge
- En-suite to master bedroom