Buy A New Home In Gloucestershire
Our 2, 3 & 4 bedrooms shared ownership homes at Perrybrook in Brockworth and Box Road in Cam will be available in 2022. Register your interest here and we can send you more details once we launch these homes.
Gloucestershire is a great area to settle down and call home. Our Shared Ownership homes in Gloucestershire offer the perfect solution for buyers looking to get their foot on the property ladder in this fantastic area. Wherever you are looking for property for sale in Gloucestershire, you will be sure to find some fascinating attractions and landscapes to explore (if you fancy yourself an explorer).
Take one step closer to living in a stunning Shared Ownership home through the amazing sales team at Aster Group. Through Help To Buy South, we are able to offer 5% deposits on our Shared Ownership properties for sale. So, if the a 40% share costs £100,000 then your deposit could be as little as £5,000. It really is that simple (and no you don't have to share with anyone else, except maybe your partner, children or the cat).
Where is Gloucestershire?
Gloucestershire is a county located in South West England – bordering Herefordshire, Wiltshire, Bristol and Somerset, Worcestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and Wales.
In Gloucestershire county you will find a number of well-known towns and cities such as Gloucester – the county town, and other principal towns such as Cheltenham and Dursley. Gloucestershire forms part of the Cotswolds – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (and, trust us on this – it really is beautiful).
Gloucester city has excellent transport links to the rest of the country, including to London, Bristol, Wales and surrounding areas. You will only be an hour away from Bristol Airport should you want to explore a little further afield. Perfect for commuters of all kinds.
In addition, other towns such as Cheltenham also offer direct trains to the capital, as well as to various other popular commuter towns.
What to do in Gloucestershire
Gloucestershire has a lot of history, which means there is plenty to do. For the historians among us, Gloucester Cathedral boasts a rich history including the fact it hosted the coronation of King Henry III (impressive, we know). In addition to this, Gloucester has Roman connections, which various Roman ruins being found and displayed in the city.
In addition to a varied and intriguing history, Gloucestershire boasts some amazing restaurants, eateries and bars – from traditional pubs to modern restaurants. Famous for its various different cheese, you won’t struggle to find good food in Gloucestershire.
For those who enjoy the outdoors, Gloucestershire is home to the River Severn and the Forest of Dean – plenty to explore for the whole family.