With the four-bedroom Rowan, everyone gets a room to call their own. Harwood makes this happen by understanding what your family wants and works hard to deliver just what you need.
The Rowan delivers an impressive master bedroom complete with an en-suite and dressing area. Downstairs the harmony continues, providing enough space for both an open plan kitchen / dining area and a separate lounge.
About the DevelopmentHarwood at Great Oldbury gives buyers the chance to join a popular and growing development in a highly sought-after area. Offering a choice of three and four-bedroom homes of remarkable quality from Redrow’s Harwood collection, this is an opportunity not to be missed. With attractive architecture and superb build quality, these homes will blend perfectly into the wider development, making it the perfect first step on the property ladder.
The Great Oldbury site will eventually have its own primary school and health centre, as well as shops and sports facilities, but until then, you’ll enjoy excellent local services, including outstanding schools and convenient commuter connections.
If you thought a brand new home was beyond your reach, then think again. Harwood at Great Oldbury is the chance you’ve been waiting for to buy a place of your own that you’ll feel proud to come home to.
There are Spar and Co-op convenience stores within easy reach of the development, with Sainsbury’s just along the A419 on the western edge of Stroud. Stroud is also home to large Tesco, Waitrose and ALDI supermarkets.
The new development will ultimately have its own health centre to serve its residents, but meanwhile, you can find both doctors and dentists on the High Street in Stonehouse. For GPs, register with High Street Medical Centre (Sat Nav GL10 2NG, call 01453 822047) and for dentists try High Street Dental Surgery (Sat Nav GL10 2NG, call 01453 822205) or Woodcock Lane Dental Care, Woodcock Lane, Stonehouse GL10 2EE, Tel: 01553828327.
DiningStonehouse offers a range of delicious dining options, both in traditional inns and restaurants. Try the Old Badger, The King’s Head, the 17th Century Woolpack, Frombridge Mill, or the Frocester George for great pub grub, or head for La Piccola, No 23, Sorrento, Dinner at 6 or the Olive Tree.
A little further away, yet still an affordable taxi ride, Stroud has a host of fine dining on offer, living up to its reputation as the Covent Garden of the Cotswolds.
EducationWhen completed, the new development will have its own primary school, within walking distance of all our brand new homes. Until then, nearby Eastington County Primary School lies within easy reach and was rated ‘outstanding’ in its last OFSTED inspection, with Park Infants and Juniors offering an alternative in Stonehouse.
For older pupils, Maidenhill School is close by in Stonehouse, with Stroud High School and Marling Grammar School for Boys in Stroud both rated ‘outstanding’. The highly respected Wycliffe College in Stonehouse offers independent education for ages 3-18.
LeisureSo close to the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and within easy reach of the watersports of Cotswold Water Park, the development couldn’t be better placed for your leisure and pleasure amidst stunning scenery. Closer to home, Stroud is famous for its buzzing arts scene, with more artists and musicians than anywhere else outside of London. Don’t miss the Stroud Fringe Festival, held every August Bank Holiday weekend, to see the town’s creativity at its best. The town is also home to a Vue multi-screen cinema.
For sports, visit Stratford Park Leisure Centre in Stroud, or Maidenhill Leisure Centre in Stonehouse, or play a round at Minchinhampton or Painswick golf clubs. Premiership rugby can be found in Bristol and Gloucester, with championship football at Bristol City and league one games at Bristol Rovers.
ShoppingStonehouse has a good selection of shops and stores along the High Street, with nearby Stroud offering an even wider choice. Stroud’s artistic nature comes out in its range of Bohemian independent shops and stores, making the town a fascinating place to browse away your weekend. Stroud’s farmers’ market, held every Saturday, has won many national awards. Stroud is also home to the Merrywalks shopping centre.
For a more comprehensive shopping trip, head for Bristol, where you’ll find the famous Cabots Circus and Cribbs Causeway, or head north to Gloucester for the Eastgate Shopping Centre, Gloucester Quays and a range of fascinating independent shops around the cathedral.
The development lies on the A419, just minutes away from junction 13 of the M5 and the A38 Gloucester to Bristol road. Stroud is just 5miles away, Gloucester 9miles, Cirencester 25miles, Bristol 27miles and Swindon 43miles.
There are regular trains from Stonehouse station, connecting to Gloucester in 14minutes and on to London Paddington in an hour and three quarters. To head south, head for Cam and Dursley station, where you’ll find direct trains to Bristol in just 40minutes.
Find out information on your travel options from Great Oldbury whether driving, car-sharing, using public transport, cycling or walking using the links below!
The 61 bus stops on Midland Road some 700m to the south east of the development. The 61 runs hourly during the day Monday-Saturday until 7pm and provides direct access to Dursley, Stonehouse, Stroud and Bussage.
The 61 is operated by Stagecoach with all timetable and fare information for Stagecoach services found at: www.stagecoachbus.com
From Stonehouse High Street the 64 bus service provides access to both Quedgeley and Gloucester and the 66 bus service provides access to Cheltenham.
Stonehouse railway station is 2km to the south east of site. Services are provided hourly to destinations including Gloucester, Kemble and Swindon. Less frequent direct services are also provided to destinations further afield including, Cheltenham, Reading and London Paddington.
Parking for 25 cars is provided at Stonehouse station. Unrestricted on-street parking is available close to the station. Cycle parking is provided for six bicycles at the station. The railway station typically is a five minute journey by car, 15 minutes via the 61 bus service and 6 minutes by bicycle.
Cam & Dursley railway station is 11km to the south west of the site. During the morning and evening weekday peaks, services are provided every 30 minutes to Bristol Parkway and Bristol Temple Meads and approximately every hour during off peak periods. Services between Cam & Dursley and Gloucester operate on an hourly basis throughout the day. Direct services are also provided on a less frequent basis to destinations further afield including, Bath Spa, Trowbridge, Cheltenham and Worcester.
Cam & Dursley railway station is typically a 20 minute journey by car, 30 minutes by bicycle or 40 minutes via the 61 bus. Cycle parking is provided for 30 bicycles. Free parking is provided for 90 vehicles at the station.
You can view train times, purchase tickets and view live train information nationwide on the National Rail website. www.nationalrail.co.uk
You can also get additional information on local services and live updates on journeys to and from Cam & Dursley on the Great Western Railway website. www.gwr.com
National Cycle Network (NCN) Route 45 runs alongside the Stroudwater Canal and A419 mainly as an off-road route some 1km to the south of the development.
To the east NCN 45 provides access to Stroud town centre. The cycleway then continues south as an off-road route along an old railway line to Nailsworth.
If you’re interested in either looking for a lift or offering one register your details on Carshare Gloucestershire, www.carsharegloucestershire.com.
This Gloucestershire County Council website provides helpful tips and information on bus travel, walking and cycling across the county. www.thinktravel.info