Suffolk Place, Bourton on the Water
A select development of six individually designed four and five bedroom detached homes.
A note from Sherborne Homes
Peace of mind:
all of our new homes are built to the highest standards with care & attention through – and they’re backed by a comprehensive 10 year LABC warranty.
our solid wood hand-made kitchens, beautiful oak doors & beams create the perfect mix of warm, cosy character & modern efficiency.
MG Harber have been producing hand-crafted, bespoke fitted kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms in Upton-upon-Severn for over 35 years. We believe that the kitchen is the heart of the home and we understand how important it is to our customers that it is something special. Every kitchen project is personally managed by Mike Harber, from design through to manufacture and installation. The production of the complete kitchen is undertaken by Andrew, who served his apprenticeship with Mike and has many years of experience with every conceivable type of kitchen.
This family-run company specialises in dry stone and mortar walling and is based in the lovely Cotswolds. The company is a member of the Guild of Master Craftsman, with over 50 years' experience in walling build, repairs and renovation. Every dry stone wall on this unique development has been tailor made and crafted using the highest quality material from a local quarry just a few miles away. E&M Joynes have produced some of the finest walling in the area - here to stay for many hundreds of years!
Roca has grown and evolved since 1917 to become an international leader in the design and production of bathroom products. Over 22,000 employees, based in 171 countries, coupled with 76 production plants makes us think locally and act globally. Quality, innovation, design and sustainability are at the heart of everything we do, and we aim to respond to the needs of society while also understanding the importance of the bathroom as a relaxing space. www.uk.roca.com
One of Bourton's strengths is its excellent position - the spa town of Cheltenham is only a half-hour drive along the A436. Travel south along the A429 and you'll join the A40, with Cheltenham to the west and Oxford 40 minutes to the east. Head northward up the A429 and you'll soon reach the two historic market towns of Stow-onthe- Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh. Go northwest and you'll reach Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare, whilst Cirencester can be reached via southward travel along the A429. Bourton itself is served via a number of bus routes, with regular routes to Cheltenham and other north Cotswold destinations. Kingham station is within a 20 minute drive, and from here the journey to London Paddington takes under 2 hours.