Winchcombe New Builds

The ancient Saxon town of Winchcombe, which means “valley with a bend”, is situated in a beautiful Cotswold valley mid-way between Broadway and Cheltenham. The picturesque town centre has three main streets, with stone cottages and black and white half-timbered buildings.

Winchcombe offers an excellent range of day to day facilities including independent shops, inns, restaurants (including one with a Michelin star), doctors and dentists’ surgeries and library as well as primary and secondary schools.

Soak up the scenery with a walk or cycle around this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, or a stroll alongside the River Isbourne.  JRR Tolkien enjoyed this area and it is thought that he gained inspiration for some of the locations within his books. 

In the immediate vicinity is Sudeley Castle with its 10 magnificent gardens.  Katherine Parr, the 6th wife of King Henry VIII, is entombed in the church.  She is the only English queen to be buried on private land.

Croome Park, is another close by attraction with the spectacular grounds designed by Capability Brown. He not only designed the grounds but was the architect behind the Palladian) style remodelling of the house. Knarsboro Homes’ latest development is Six Penny Mews, a collection of three detached properties and two apartments situated in a quiet cul de sac setting.  They offer spacious modern living with a  high specification finish throughout.



Our Winchcombe site is progressing following the Government’s advice to the building industry.  There is a gradual return to operating levels and we will be working closely with our suppliers to ensure all safety procedures are observed.

Our sales department is now open and we’re working on a strict appointment basis for viewings to our site.  We can either be contacted at:

Sales – 07538 257406


Adams Estate Agents – 01242 603601

Latest News from our Mortgage Man

Mortgage Man

With the hope that new build will be the driving force of the residential property market revival, many lenders are now looking at how they can accommodate the return of demand to this typically buoyant market.

The majority of house builders have returned to sites in one way or another, and coupled with the return of physical valuations, two of the biggest barriers to new home ownership have been removed.

This is also good news for the Help to Buy scheme, which is typically undertaken by first-time buyers with smaller deposits, as physical valuations are generally required for higher LTV mortgage products with smaller deposits.

All in all, the green shoots of recovery seem to be evident in the new build sector, and so if you’re looking to take advantage of this and purchase a new build property, Warner Austin Mortgage Services can help. A well-stablished brokerage with over 30 years’ experience in the mortgage market, the team at Warner Austin can help guide you through the new build process. 

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