Lime Grove is an exclusive collection of new homes in the heart of Norton, including one and three bedroom bungalows and two, three, four and five bedroom homes.
|1||The Idbury||3 Bedroom Bungalow||Sold|
|2||The Leafield||1 Bedroom Bungalow||Reserved|
|3||The Leafield||1 Bedroom Bungalow||Sold|
|8||The Bibury||2 Bedroom Semi Detached||Reserved|
|9||The Bibury||2 Bedroom Semi Detached||Reserved|
|10||The Bibury||2 Bedroom Semi Detached||Reserved|
|11||The Bibury||2 Bedroom Semi Detached||Reserved|
|12||The Idbury||3 Bedroom Bungalow||Reserved|
|13||The Naunton||4 Bedroom Detached||Reserved|
|16||The Mickleton||3 Bedroom Detached||Not yet released|
|17||The Mickleton||3 Bedroom Detached||Not yet released|
|18||The Naunton||4 Bedroom Detached||Not yet released|
|19||The Oakridge||5 Bedroom Detached||Not yet released|
|20||The Oakridge||5 Bedroom Detached||Available||£700,000||view|
|21||The Joyford||4 Bedroom Detached||Reserved|
|22||The Joyford||4 Bedroom Detached||Available||£545,000||view|
Nestling between Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury, the parish of Norton is made up of the three hamlets of Norton, Bishop's Norton and Prior's Norton. It is conveniently located just off the A38, combining rural charm with easy access to surrounding towns and areas. Lime Grove is situated on the picturesque Wainlode Lane, offering fantastic views of the River Severn.
With a population of around 440, you'll find a strong sense of community in Norton. Central to village life are the Church of England Primary School, thriving pre-school and active church and village hall. There's also a highly regarded inn with restaurant in the centre of the village as well as a popular river-side pub on Wainlode Lane, offering fantastic views of the River Severn.
The banks of the River Severn pose great opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. As well as scenic picnic spots, there are leisurely walking and cycling routes and activities such as fishing and boating. Far-reaching views and an array of wildlife make this an idyllic peaceful setting. Away from the River, there are even more opportunities for recreation, with thriving rugby and cricket clubs and the Gloucester Clay Pigeon Shooting Club.
While there's plenty to do in and around the village, Norton is also extremely well connected to the bustling towns of Cheltenham, Gloucester and Tewkesbury thanks to its proximity to the M5 and other major routes.
The spa town of Cheltenham with its popular music and literature festivals and world-famous race course, boasts fantastic shopping with high street favourites as well as independent boutiques, Michelin-starred restaurants and acclaimed theatres and museums. Gloucester with its Gothic cathedral which features in the Harry Potter films, is a vibrant, multi-cultural city, while Tewkebury, with its imposing abbey, offers a beautiful waterside setting for boat trips or picnics and hosts the world-famous Medieval Festival each year, highlighting the town's rich heritage.
The area has an outstanding choice of schools, including leading independent schools, top grammar schools and highly-regarded comprehensives. For commuters, links to London, Bath and Bristol are excellent and the international airports at Bristol and Birmingham are within an easy drive.