Greenacres is a collection of two, three and four bedroom homes to the quaint village of Bishops Cleeve.
Only three miles north to the Regency spa town of Cheltenham, Bishops Cleeve offers its residents everything you could need for day-to-day living - perfect if you're looking for a new home in the??Cotswolds. Whether you're a??first time buyer or looking to move up the ladder you will find a place to call home at Greenacres with its impressive range of two, three and four bedroom homes, all available in differing styles.
Situated at the foot of Cleeve Hill, Bishops Cleeve is well positioned to offer access to many larger centres, such as the??Cotswold town of??Winchcombe and the market town of Tewskesbury. Most prominently, Bishops Cleeve provides excellent commuting links into the city centre of Cheltenham, providing a wealth of great employment opportunities.
Bishops Cleeve itself offers a bustling community with its own amenities including two super markets, a post office, chemist, several retail outlets and two village pubs. Further a field, Cheltenham has an extensive list of some of the high streets finest brands located in the Promenade and Regent and Beechwood arcades. However if shopping is not your choice of leisure pursuit, why not enjoy a day at the races. Famous for its annual Cheltenham festival that attracts many visitors to take part in the week long horse racing event, a great day can be had by all here.
Bishop's Cleeve itself offers its residents an array of local
supermarkets and various retail outlets, providing everything you need
for day to day living. For those who prefer to venture slightly further
afield, Cheltenham does not disappoint with a large range of some the
finest high street brands.
A short drive away, the Regency spa town of Cheltenham is famed for its
inspiring architecture, beautiful gardens, and a fantastic array of
shops, restaurants and highly-regarded schooling.
Closer to hand in Bishop???s Cleeve itself is the popular King???s Head pub
with gardens, The Apple Tree Pub at Woodmancote and the Tithe Barn, a
rather special 15th century Grade II listed village hall where many of
the village???s social events are held.
The large variety of schools in close proximity to Cleevelands, makes
this prosperous setting key to numerous families. With the University of Gloucestershire a short distance away, a high standard of education is available to all ages and abilities.
Situated towards the northern edge of Gloucestershire, the village has
convenient access to the M5 and M50 motorways and to several major roads
including the A46 to the Midlands, A40 to Oxford, and A417 to Swindon
and the M4.
Cheltenham Spa train station is just over five miles away with excellent
links to most major UK cities including Bristol, Cardiff, Birmingham
Most prominently, Bishop's Cleeve is served by Cheltenham general
hospital, with the village itself offering it's own surgery for