Manor Court, a brand new development in the picturesque Cotswold village of Greet in Gloucestershire, has officially been launched for off plan purchase.
Manor Court is a collection of just six four- and five-bedroom detached houses, each with a luxurious feel and high-quality finish, blending modern luxury with a traditional Cotswold country feel.
Throughout the design process, careful thought was given to the setting of the homes at Manor Court, especially in relation to the original farm buildings and adjacent houses. Five of the six properties are centred around a courtyard, evoking the traditional agricultural style, while a further standalone house creates a sense of flow between the existing homes within Greet and the new properties developed by Acorn.
The layout of the development maximises the sweeping countryside views, while preserving the natural setting, including established trees. The exterior of the new buildings are constructed with honey-coloured stone, sympathetically designed to fit within the countryside setting synonymous with Greet.
Modern living is at the heart of the design of the individual homes with open plan kitchen and dining areas, creating the social heart of the home. Separate study rooms provide ideal settings for home working and double bedrooms add to comfortable living.
Aiming to achieve an EPC A rating, each home in the new development benefits from energy efficient features, including solar PV panels, electric vehicle charging and air source heat pumps.
James Groombridge, Regional Managing Director of Acorn’s Cardiff Region, said: “We are delighted to launch this exclusive collection of houses in the beautiful surroundings of Greet and we’ve already had significant levels of interest.
“From the outset, we wanted to create sympathetically designed homes to fit within the local countryside setting, but provide stylish, spacious homes, fit for modern living. Traditional external features have also been included, such as the clipped eaves and gables, modest window openings and the use of traditional local facing and roofing materials throughout the development.”
Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Greet is within easy reach of the popular market town of Winchcombe, plus the Regency town of Cheltenham with its highly regarded schools and busy festival calendar.
Clive Petch Architects were the architects that designed Manor Court, while construction work has been undertaken directly by Acorn.
Homes at Manor Court are available to buy through Acorn and via Kingsley Evans estate agents – https://www.kingsleyevans.co.uk . Prices range from £795,000 to £1.5m.
To register your interest, call 01242 222292 or visit our development page.