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Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury

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. The City of Gloucester has a unique history from its Roman foundations to its Victorian docklands. Gloucester Cathedral is of international importance.

Cheltenham Spa is characterised by its Regency Architecture. With its award-winning gardens, impressive range of stylish shops and restaurants, and its international festivals of horse racing, music, science and literature. Cheltenham racecourse is famous for the races but also a host of events including musical festivals and antique and collectors fairs. Cheltenham has many Comprehensive, Grammar and Private schools to choose from all within easy reach.

Tewkesbury has a rich, vibrant history and a beautiful waterside setting ideal for a stroll, boat trip or picnic. Tewkesbury Abbey is renowned the world over for its fine Norman tower, ornate 12th Century ceiling and stunning stained glass windows. Tewkesbury has a full calendar of events, celebrations and festivals to enjoy including the world-famous Medieval Festival, popular Food & Drink Festival and Mop Fair.
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Norton

The Picturesque Village of Norton has a primary school, Village Hall, Church and Public House with Restaurant. Within walking distance are plenty of local farm shops and the Gloucester Clay Shooting Club. In the surrounding villages you will also find local rugby and cricket clubs, a craft studio and a boat park.

Nestling between Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury the village of Norton is conveniently located on the A38 with a population of around 440, the main settlements in the parish are the three hamlets of Norton, Bishop's Norton and Prior's Norton.

The village is one mile away from the River Severn via Wainlode Lane and this offers plenty of scenic routes along the Severn Way for walking, cycling or picnics and activities including fishing.

If you are searching for the Quality of Life which you and your family deserve, with a mature close-knit community, the pace is relaxed, yet all the amenities of a city are at hand.
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New Dawn at Norton

SHOWHOME OPEN Friday - Monday 10am - 5pm, 01242 233510 or mail us at norton@newdawnhomes.co.uk
New Dawn at Norton is an exciting collection of just Eight 4 and 5 bedroom Exclusively Private Executive Village Homes. The homes have been carefully designed to offer spacious and light living space whilst reflecting the charming character of this unique c location.

New Dawn at Norton enjoys a stunning setting surrounded by open countryside and nature, it is hard to imagine a more idyllic or inspiring place to live.

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, microwave, plate warmer, ceramic hob and hood together with integrated fridge freezers all as standard.
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River Severn at Sunset
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