The Elm Plot 1 is a 4-bedroom detached home on this fine development on the edge of Wickwar and offers well planned living accommodation for a family comprising a downstairs cloakroom, living room with french doors, kitchen/dining area/family area, study, pristine bathroom and en suite to master bedroom. Garage and gardens. Ring now to avoid dissapointment!
Tyndale Reach is a development of new homes in Wickwar, enjoying a peaceful village location near to the Cotswolds and commutable to Bristol, Bath and Gloucester. The anticipated product mix of 3,4 and 5- bedroom properties will appeal to a variety of buyers, including first-time buyers, families and professionals.
Built to the highest standards, these homes are available in a variety of styles and also include a range of design features such as en-suite bathrooms, open-plan living spaces and contemporary fitted kitchens, Additionally, each plot benefits from either a private garage or allocated parking. Tyndale Reach in Wickwar enjoys a peaceful village location near to the Cotswolds lying within commutable distance to Bristol, Bath and Gloucester. Junction 14 of the M5 for Gloucester and Bristol lies approximately five miles from Wickwar and the A46 for bath is accessible in under 15 minuets. Yate railway station, located 15 minuets drive from Tyndale Reach, operates direct services to Gloucester and Weymouth. For domestic and international flights Bristol Airport is situated around 30 miles to the south.
Near to the development residents will benefit from a range of local amenities including a supermarket and a selection of local shops and eateries which can be found long the High Street in Wickwar, Wooten-under-Edge, four miles away, provides a broader choice of shopping, restaurants and traditional pubs, in addition to an independent cinema and an outdoor swimming pool.
The vibrant city of Bristol and its many amenities can be reached in about 35 minuets. For destination shopping, hundreds of high street and upmarket stores are set within Bristol's Shopping Quarter, which incorporates two malls, The Galleries and Cabot Circus. Just outside the city centre is Clifton Village; this suburb of Bristol is renowned for its electric mixture of independent designer fashion and vintage boutiques, antiques and art dealers, several of which are housed within its restored Victorian arcade.
Bristol also provides and excellent dining experience, being home to two Michelin-starred restaurants, alongside a broad mixture of independent and chain establishments. Award-winning restaurants include Casamia, which offers a seasonal tasting menu and Paco Tapas, specialising in authentic Andalusian tapas. Both are located on the harbourside as is Cargo, a diverse collection of independent restaurants, bars and other local businesses, housed in converted shipping containers.
Tyndale reach benefits from its close proximity to the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty known for its bucolic, stone-built villages, historic buildings and acres of open countryside. The escarpment, known as the Cotswold Edge, is popular among walkers for its magnificent views and forms a section of the route of 'The Cotswold Way'.
2.06m (6' 9") x 2.01m (6' 7")
4.27m (14' 0")6 x 3.15m (10' 4")
kitchen dining room
6.53m (21' 5") x 3.28m (10' 9")
3.28m (10' 9") x 2.77m (9' 1")
first floor landing
4.90m (16' 1") x 3.61m (11' 10")
3.63m (11' 11") x 3.20m (10' 6")
3.48m (11' 5") x 3.28m (10' 9")
3.20m (10' 6") x 2.82m (9' 3")
The above internal photos are examples of a typical Bellway Home.