Six Penny Mews

Welcome to Six Penny Mews - Winchcombe

Another exclusive development by Knarsboro Homes.

A collection of three detached properties and two apartments situated in a quiet cul-de-sac setting in the desirable town of Winchcombe. Each home at Six Penny Mews offers spacious modern living with a high specification finish throughout.

At Knarsboro Homes we are fully aware that our buildings are your new home. The responsibility is not taken lightly and we strive to deliver practical designs together with modern specifications to achieve a twenty first century lifestyle for your home.

With a management team totally committed to designing and building homes that are second to none in the region and with contractors carefully appointed to ensure a high level of workmanship.

We are proud to present these homes to you.

Availablity

SOLD

PLOT 1 - Ground Floor 2 Bedroom Apartment
(Discount Market Property*)
£135,000

PLOT 2 - First Floor 2 Bedroom Apartment
(Discount Market Property*)
£138,750
(Sold - Subject to Contract)

*Speak to our sales advisor for further information.

SOLD

PLOT 3 - The Sudley
3 Bedroom Detached Home with single detached garage
SSTC

SOLD

PLOT 4 - The Thornbury
4 Bedroom Detached Home with single detached garage
On offer at £487,500

SOLD

PLOT 5 - The Thornbury Special
4 Bedroom Detached Home with single detached garage
SSTC

A Charming Location

Winchcombe is a Cotswold town with stone cottages, narrow streets with cosy inns and restaurants. Situated between Broadway and Cheltenham it is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with wonderful walks surrounding the area. Indeed, JRR Tolkien enjoyed walking this area and perhaps had inspiration for locations from the old Humblebee cottages such as Humblebee Hollow in his book.

Recreational activities abound in the area with the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire railway on the outskirts of the town named the Honeybourne line, this offers a memorable round trip of twenty miles taking in the stunning scenery of the rolling Cotswolds hills. Sudeley Castle is also on the doorstep. The present castle was built in the 15th century and has St. Mary’s Chapel within the grounds, this has the marble tomb of Catherine Parr, 6th wife of Henry V111.

The National Trust property, Croome Park, is another close by attraction with the spectacular grounds designed by Capability Brown. He not only designed the gr ounds but was the architect behind the Palladian style remodelling of the house.

Site Plan

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