We are pleased to announce over 50% of apartments are now sold at Stroudwater Court with homeowners now moving in.
McCarthy & Stone are delighted to announce that there are now a selection of one and two bedroom apartments available to buy at Stroudwater Court.
Tailored exclusively for the over 60s, Stroudwater Court has been built in keeping with the local architecture, and was influenced by the traditional market town and countryside. This modern yet homely development benefits from large balconies on selected apartments and boasts a landscaped garden, providing a perfect space for relaxation with friends and family.
Located nearby to the main shopping area in Stroud, the development is also close to the town's railway station, allowing easy transport links to Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, Swindon, Reading and London. For those who enjoy travel, buses to Nympsfield, Wotton-under-Edge, Nailsworth, Forest Green, Arlingham and Gloucester are also accessible from Caincross Road.
Key dates for your diary
We have a number of events coming up including an afternoon tea to celebrate the Queen's Birthday and a local produce Mini Farmers Market.
The Gloucestershire market town of Stroud is situated on the western slopes of the Cotswolds Hills, only 10 miles from Gloucester, and 14 miles from Cirencester and Cheltenham. This lively town has plenty of amenities and a weekly award winning Farmers' Market which showcases up to 60 stalls a week. Stroud Farmer's Market offers a full range of local produce which are available all year. Waitrose, Tesco and Iceland can be found in the town and there is also a Sainsbury's nearby in Dudbridge. There are two hospitals in the area: Stroud General Hospital and Cashes Green Hospital.
Stroud also offers many attractions and local events including the Stroud Folk Festival, which is held in late September. Attractions at the festival include Morris dancing and other forms of dance shows. Cotswold Bowls Club is a much loved and respected club, providing a great opportunity to meet fellow members of the community whilst playing and competing in the sport.
Stroud acts as a centre for surrounding villages and small market towns such as Stonehouse; Thrupp; Nailsworth; Minchinhampton and Bagpath, and enjoys good transport links. The A46 Roman road from Bath to Cleethorpes passes through the town and the picturesque Pitchcombe on its way to Painswick. Stroud's main railway station provides services to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Swindon, Reading and London.
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