Rutherstone presents a selection of unique properties in the delightful village of Hawkesbury Upton.
The collection showcases 13 generously-proportioned detached houses, with a choice of three, four or five bedrooms, as well as a spacious two-bedroom detached bungalow with substantial living space.
Sympathetically designed in keeping with its Cotswold setting, each of the 14 private properties available has been individually designed to suit the ever-changing needs of modern life.
Final home remaining – ready for occupation.
- Ideally Situated in a Quaint South Gloucestershire Village
- Exceptional Interior Specification Throughout
- Meticulously Considered Interior Layouts
- Interiors Adorned with Luxury Brands
- A Blend of Reconstituted Stone and Creamy Render
- Electric Car Charging Points to All Properties
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Sympathetically In Keeping
Homes at Rutherstone present a varied mix of striking façades designed to reflect the architectural heritage of the surrounding village, which benefits from the distinctive character synonymous with the Cotswolds. The collection enjoys a tasteful palette comprising a blend of reconstituted stone, heritage white render, and tonal roof tiles.
Hawkesbury Upton lies on the Cotswold Way and is surrounded by the tranquil South Gloucestershire countryside. This idyllic village has a distinctly Cotswold aesthetic and is set on a hillside, overlooking the adjacent valley
A Bespoke Specification
Rutherstone presents a hand-selected specification comprising a blend of bespoke detailing, quality finishes and premier brand names. This includes desirable features such as bespoke staircases, oversized front doors, underfloor heating and electric car charging points.
Creating Sustainable Futures
All homes at Rutherstone have been designed to be highly energy efficient with a range of future-proofing features and technologies, including air source heat pumps, underfloor heating and an electric car charging point to every home.
Life at Rutherstone
Hawkesbury Upton lies on the Cotswold Way and is surrounded by the tranquil South Gloucestershire countryside.
This idyllic village has a distinctly Cotswold aesthetic and is set on a hillside, overlooking the adjacent valley. Village life is relaxed and unhurried with opportunities for long country walks and lazy Sunday lunches.
The village has a strong sense of community, with its own cricket club and walking group. Its annual event calendar includes a horticultural show, literature festival, golf championship and regular theatre group performances
There are a number of local amenities, including a village shop, post office and two traditional country pubs, the Fox Inn and Beaufort Arms.
There are several nearby villages and towns within reach of Rutherstone. The closest is the tiny hamlet of Hawkesbury, with its centrepiece being The Church of St Mary, a 12th century Cotswold stone Grade I listed building. Four miles away is the village of Badminton and the 52,000-acre Badminton Estate. This historic estate includes several listed buildings and has acres of beautiful gardens to enjoy. At its heart is Badminton House, the magnificent stately home of the Duke and Duchess of Beaufort.
Sherston is the largest of the surrounding villages and is just six miles away. This quaint village provides a number of amenities including a doctor’s surgery, farm shop and a selection of restaurants and pubs, such as the Rattlebone Inn — a traditional English country gastro pub.
Rutherstone is less than 20 miles from the bustling cities of Bristol and Bath.
Bristol offers a vibrant mix of culture, entertainment, shopping and nightlife. There are a plethora of cafés and eateries on offer for all occasions, whilst the Michelin-starred Casamia offers a more refined dining experience, and is renowned for its indulgent 20-course tasting menu.
The historic city of Bath is famous for its striking Georgian architecture and ancient Roman baths. There’s a fine selection of museums, galleries and independent shops to discover, including the Victoria Art Gallery and the SouthGate shopping area. Catch a show or enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Olive Tree.
Whether it’s commuting or leisure, Hawkesbury Upton is an ideal location.
When it comes to work, Rutherstone benefits from excellent commuter links, whilst also offering the added flexibility of home-working from the study, with access to superfast broadband.
By road, the two nearest cities are within 20 miles. Head south of the village to the A46, which links to Bristol and Bath, or follow the A433 north east to Cirencester.
Bristol Parkway railway station is 17 miles from Hawkesbury Upton. From here there are regular trains to London Paddington, with a journey time of around 90 minutes.
The nearest airport is Bristol, which is around 30 miles from the village and offers flights to a number of domestic and international destinations.
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Spitfire Homes launches show home in picturesque South Gloucestershire village as 75 per cent of properties already sold
Spitfire Homes has opened the doors to a luxury four-bedroom show home in the picturesque village of Hawkesbury Upton, South Gloucestershire, close to the property hotspot of Bristol.