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Robinswood Hill Farm is an exciting collection of just Seven, 4 and 5 bedroom Executive Homes set in the grounds of a Victorian Farm. The homes have been carefully designed to reflect the history and character of this unique and historic location. Using heritage bricks with voissoir header details.

Robinswood Hill Farm is adjacent to the Country Park and Nature reserve and enjoys a stunning setting surrounded by open countryside and nature, it is hard to imagine a more idyllic or inspiring place to live.

Prices from £415,000 (£332,000 with help to buy)
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These New Dawn homes are finished to a high specification with Oak internal doors with chrome handles, Feature LED stair lights, oak stair handrails, contemporary sanitary ware with wall hung basins and mono taps together with spacious quality fitted kitchens with soft close doors, eye level built in oven, ceramic hob and hood together with integrated fridge freezers all as standard.
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Robinswood Hill rises to 650 ft, It was originally one of the main sources of water to the city. The springs rising on Robin's Wood Hill were used by Gloucester Abbey in the 13th century. The Hill is now a County Park and Nature Reserve, occupying Two-hundred and fifty acres of open countryside with viewpoints, pleasant walks and way-marked nature trails that cover the hill. A traditional orchard has recently been revived and replanted, The summit hosts fabulous views of the Severn Bridge to the South, the Malvern Hills to the North and the Black Mountains to the West.

Historically the grasslands were managed by grazing animals and making hay. Evidence of previous use as farmland can be seen in the ridge and furrow pattern in some of the meadows, and the abundance of ancient hedgerows. This has helped to encourage the rich diversity of flowers and butterflies. Some areas are still cut for hay and grazed by the City Council’s herd of rare-breed cattle to help stop the meadows becoming overgrown.

A terrific walking landscape and a habitat for many creatures, the areas of scrub and woodland are particularly rich in bird life such as Red Kites, with summer visitors including warblers such as whitethroat, and sometimes cuckoo, buzzard and song thrush can be seen all year. Green woodpeckers may be found feeding on ant nests in the fields and you may have glimpses of rare winter visitors such as the secretive long-eared owl. Many mammals are found on Robinswood Hill. Rabbits and grey squirrels are the most obvious, Red foxes are sometimes seen during the day. Voles and shrews are common in the grasslands, where they are hunted by buzzards, kestrels and weasels.
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Robinswood Hill is a special place for wild flowers, with a diverse range of habitats; traditional flower rich meadows, scrub, old orchards and woodland. Bluebells, primroses, cowslip, dyer's greenweed, devil's-bit scabious, and a variety of orchids and wild garlic are among the flowers found in the woodlands, which provide food for a range of butterflies including orange tip, peacock, and marbled white, with speckled wood butterflies occupying almost every woodland glade throughout the summer.
If you are looking for creation, inspiration, reflection or just relaxation, with such a rich heritage of wildlife, open space and stunning views on your doorstep Robinswood Hill Farm really is the place to make your home.
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The Historical Docks can trace its roots back to the 1800s, a lively visitor attraction with year round events and family entertainment – from outdoor theatre to weekend food markets and its Designer Outlet shopping centre make this a national tourist attraction.

Gloucester is a vibrant multicultural city that combines historic architecture with a unique blend of visitor attractions, festivals and entertainment, a collection of high street and specialist shops and a mouth-watering array of tea shops, restaurants, wine bars and pubs offer food and drink for all tastes. The city is overlooked by the Cotswold Hills and is in the lush Severn Valley, with good motorway and railway connections these homes are easily accessible from all corners of the country.
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