David Wilson Homes

Saxon Gate - STONEHOUSE

 
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HOLDEN
HOLDEN
4 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £447,000
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HERTFORD
4 Bedroom detached-house
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BAYSWATER
4 Bedroom detached-house
Prices from £377,000
 

Development Information

Show Home Opening Times

Monday 12.30pm - 5.30pm, Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5.30pm

About This Development
Saxon Gate is a new development of 4 and 5 bedroom detached homes in the sought-after village of Leonard Stanley. Located on the edge of Stroud, your home will be surrounded by countryside overlooking the Severn Vale. A doctor's surgery, pub, restaurant and primary school are closeby while Stroud town centre is 4 miles away. The M5 and Stroud rail station are just a 10 minute drive away.

Nearby Schools
Leonard Stanley Church of England Primary School
0.2 miles
Teaching Quality: Good
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King's Stanley CofE Primary School
0.9 miles
Teaching Quality: Good
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The Park Infant School
1.8 miles
Teaching Quality: Good
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Nearby Train Stations
Stonehouse - 0.9 Miles
Stroud - 2.9 Miles
Cam & Dursley - 3.6 Miles

Nearby Bus Stops
Garage
47 metres
Bath Road
85 metres

Developer Information

We established the first Barratt property development company in Newcastle upon Tyne and grew the business steadily, laying the foundation for the growth that followed. We were listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1968.

In 1972, a programme of rapid expansion followed, seeing a series of acquisitions and the creation of new companies.

During the 1990s the Barratt Group grew organically, establishing an unrivalled track record of consistent growth. In April 2007, Barratt acquired Wilson Bowden PLC and today has a network of 25 housebuilding divisions throughout Britain, selling new build homes under the Barratt, David Wilson and Ward Homes brands.

Local Area

Gloucester Quays is just 20 minutes from Saxon Gate and has a designer outlet shopping centre, multi-screen cinema and the Waterways Museum as well as a variety of new bars and restaurants.