Elements At Cerney On The Water, South Cerney
3 bedroom properties
The Mallards, South Cerney, Gloucestershire
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About the Development
Elements at Cerney on the Water is an exclusive development of prestigious four and five bedroom homes located on the northern edge of Bradleys Lake in the Cotswold Water Park. Each Elements home has been designed to work effortlessly and in complete harmony with its surroundings. With a fusion of traditional elements that belong to South Cerney and the Cotswolds including traditional stone, slate roofs and textured, weathered cladding that blends seamlessly with the surrounding landscape.
Knowing that the homes at Elements would be permanent residences had a profound effect on the design process, with designers considering the surrounding environment through seasonal changes and designed the homes to make every day living there a joy. The homes have been arranged in an arc to give each a share of the water’s edge, a southerly aspect and open views across the lake.
South Cerney is a truly picturesque village which successfully combines the old and the new. Aside from the beautiful views and stunning open spaces, the village provides all of the amenities you could need. There is a post office, a pharmacy, a small shop and a number of eateries catering for all tastes.
Cirencester Hospital is only a short distance away and the town is also home to a choice of GP surgeries. The nearest dental practice is in South Cerney itself, housed in one of the village’s most historic streets.
In addition to the existing amenities, the local Parish Council are providing Cerney On The Water residents with a new Community Hall to support the developing neighbourhood.
DiningHere in the Cotswolds you are in prime country pub territory so you will be simply spoilt for choice. Along with the three pubs in South Cerney, there is one in almost all the surrounding villages. From traditional inns to contemporary bars, there is definitely something for all tastes.
For something a bit different, visit the Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel, where they offer a variety of dining options from The Brasserie to The Old Boathouse. For more restaurant options you will need to travel further afield.
LeisureLiving at Elements means you can lead a quintessentially English lifestyle without venturing far from your home. There is an extensive range of outdoor pursuits available in the local area including fishing, windsurfing and horse riding. What’s more, as a lakeside resident at Elements you will become a member of the South Cerney Sailing Club.
Walking will quickly become a favourite pastime with a variety of different public walks within the Cotswold Water Park. There are a number of events that are held within the surrounding areas including the Cotswold Show, the legendary Cheltenham Gold Cup at the Cheltenham festival, the Cheltenham International Jazz and Literature Festivals and the Badminton Horse Trials.
Elements is located less than half a mile from the Ann Edwards C of E Primary School in South Cerney. The school is a highly respected and valued part of the local community, and bears the name of educational reformer Ann Edwards, who lived in the area in the early 19th century. The school prides itself on providing a broad and balanced curriculum which encourages not just academic success but social and cultural development too.
For older children, there is the state run Cirencester Kingshill School approximately 3 miles away or the independently run Prior Park Preparatory School in Cricklade and Rendcomb College in Rendcomb, Cirencester.
Although South Cerney is well served by its local shop, the town of Cirencester is only a short distance away if more retail therapy is required. With a mixture of independent shops and famous high street names, the town also hosts a regular market celebrating local produce and supporting emerging businesses.
Further afield, the cities of Bath and Bristol offer a range of choices to satisfy even the most discerning of shoppers and as previously mentioned London is only 90 minutes away.
TransportAlthough Elements is located in the heart of the beautiful Cotswold countryside it is ideally placed for those who require easy access to London and other major cities in the South West. Elements is only 90 minutes from London Paddington with Kemble Station only a 15 minute drive away. You can also catch the train to Gloucester and Cheltenham from Kemble.
Closer to home, the A419 is just over 2 miles away providing easy access to Cirencester and Swindon. Gloucester, Cheltenham, Oxford, Bristol and Bath are all within easy reach. A number of international airports are within easy reach in a car, including Bristol, Cardiff and Heathrow (all within 2 hours drive).
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