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Thurstan's Rise

4 and 5 bedroom properties
Staunton Road, Coleford, Gloucestershire

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Set in the small market town of Coleford is Thurstan's Rise, a development of three, four and five bedroom homes with a large area of green open space and two play areas. The beautiful countryside nearby the development makes Thurstan's Rise an ideal home for enjoying the great outdoors. Coleford high street is just 5 minutes away, offering a range of amenities including a supermarket, independent shops, restaurants, cafes and a leisure centre.Close to Coleford there are a variety of butchers, bakers and delicatessens offering a range of local local produce. Coleford's Award Winning bookshop, traditional sweet shops and Labels Outlet in Ross-on-Wye, plus the areas many craft centres are a great way to spend the day.Coleford's Freedom Leisure Centre offers a range outdoor activities, as well as group exercise classes, swimming, gym and spinning,At Thurstan's Rise you will be just 10 minutes from the A40 allowing direct access to Junction 17 of the M50 and M4.

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