New Town Park, Toddington

New Town Park

3 and 5 bedroom properties
Newtown, Toddington, Gloucestershire

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New Town Park is an exclusive development of 39 architect designed homes set in extensively landscaped grounds. In the beautiful and well-connected Cotswold village of Toddington, New Town Park is less than half an hour from the centre of Cheltenham, and just a short walk to the local shop and pub.

With a wide range of house styles available, including beautifully detailed 4 and 5 bedroom detached homes plus 3-bedroom semi-detached houses all designed to be in keeping with the surrounding houses in the village. New Town Park offers generous plots plus large areas of open space, with wildflowers meadow and fantastic views beyond.

The village of Toddington comprises the ‘Old Town’ located to the west, near the church and the ‘New Town’ to the east where the B4077 meets the B4632. Toddington is well known for being home to the GWSR (Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway) Heritage Railway, where you’ll find the Flag & Whistle café, but also enjoys other local amenities including a general stores, garden centre, village Hall and The Pheasant Inn public house.

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