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Rectory Gardens

3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties
Maisemore, Gloucestershire

 
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A delightfully discreet development of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom detached homes in the Gloucestershire village of Maisemore.

Rectory Gardens. An outstanding development within a glorious countryside setting. If modern village living is defined by rural splendour, together with arm’s length access to city life and amenities - then Rectory Gardens in Maisemore is a lovely example.

The opportunity to live in a glorious country setting and also be on the doorstep of a great Gloucestershire city is an absolute delight with views towards the distant city and cathedral, with the impressive backdrop of the Cotswold hills.

An extremely convenient location, under 7 miles from J11 M5, and just 3 miles to Gloucester railway station and the city centre. Matched by the tranquillity of rural Gloucestershire it means an enviable choice of place to live.

Situated on the west side of the iconic River Severn, the name ‘Maisemore’ is said to be derived from the Welsh ‘maes mawr’, meaning ‘great field’. A well recognised local feature is the road bridge which spans the river at the eastern end of the village.

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