NewDawn@Minchinhampton is an exclusive collection of just 6 homes off Butt Street, Minchinhampton.
NewDawn@Minchinhampton is a unique range of two bedroom bungalows, three and four bedroom quality homes for the most discerning homebuyer. The homes have been architecturally designed to harmonise with the adjacent conservation area, retaining the character of the period properties whilst providing low maintenance and energy efficiency. Nestling in the centre of Minchinhampton, a short level walk to the historic Market Square makes this location not only convenient but highly desirable.
Minchinhampton is one of the Cotswold's treasures. It is a beautiful Gloucestershire Market Town within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, located on a hill top 4 miles from Stroud.
Minchinhampton is ideally located in the Cotswolds, both Bath and Cheltenham are easily accessible. The heart of Minchinhampton is almost unaltered with its narrow streets and cottages of mellow cotswold stone.
Recorded as Hampton in the Domesday Book, it was given by King Harold to William the Conqueror. The town gained a market from 1269, during the Middle Ages it became a centre for sheep farming and the wool and cloth trades predominated. The expansion of the town occurred during the 17th century when many fine buildings were constructed including the handsome Crown Hotel and the Old Post Office which is a genuine Queen Anne building.
The Market House is a seventeenth century stone building, set on pillars with shaded shelter below for the sale of dairy produce and public rooms above, it is a fine example of its type. On Thursday mornings there is a bustling Country Market, where local fruit and vegetables, local produce and homemade preserves, cakes and savouries can be purchased.
The Holy Trinity Church dates from the 12th century and is cruciform, with a central tower topped by a truncated spire with a 16th century coronet, the transept is 14th century. The church is a stunning grade 1 listed building which is lit at night to highlight its spire and historic architecture, the church spire can be seen for miles.
The town itself has a selection of shops, a library, chemist, doctor, dental surgeries, and a primary school. There are several cafes, restaurants, local pubs and golf courses to cater for the most prestigious customers. Minchinhampton really is a most inspiring place to live.
Minchinhampton is surrounded by some of the most beautiful common land in the country where horses and cattle roam freely. The National Trust bought Minchinhampton Common before the second world war, together with Rodborough Common it covers nearly 1000 acres of high open grassland and woods which are host to a diverse range of flowers, some unique to this limestone upland. The common is pockmarked with a variety of earthworks from Neolithic barrows and old quarries to modern day golf bunkers. Evidence of pre-Roman settlement can also be seen.
With the most incredible period architecture and history, picturesque walks, stunning scenery, wide ranging sporting activities and many local amenities, NewDawn @Minchinhampton is one of the most prestigious and inspiring places to live.
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Prices from £250,000 - £399,950