It’s hard to decide what’s most attractive about the Cotswolds. How to choose between grand houses of honey-coloured stone, lovely thatched cottages, rolling hills, graceful churches or whole villages that look as if they’ve strayed into the 21st century from a bygone era? And now there’s a new contender for the ‘beauty prize’ in the shape of an eye-catching contemporary development on the edge of a picturesque Cotswold lake.
‘Elements at Cerney on the Water’ is a stunning lakeside development of just nine homes on the northern edge of Bradleys Lake at Cotswold Water Park in South Cerney, Gloucestershire. Located within a prestigious gated environment, each one of these three, four and five bedroom properties enjoys a private mooring and jetty along the eastern edge of the bay.
Each Elements home has been designed in complete harmony with its natural surroundings. A fusion of traditional Cotswolds elements including traditional stone, slate roofs and textured cladding blend seamlessly with the surrounding landscape and vistas.
Step inside and each individually designed home has been finished to the highest possible standard with high-end specifications and a layout ensuring that the principle rooms take full advantage of the enviable views over the lake.
Knowing that many of the homes at Elements will be permanent residences had a profound effect on the design process, with architects considering the surrounding environment through seasonal changes and designing the homes to make everyday living there a joy all year round.
Outside each stunning residence is a private parking area with detached double garage, walled front gardens, landscaped tiered rear gardens and entertaining areas leading down to the private jetty and lake. There is a choice of different layouts depending on your personal requirements with some offering immediate availability.
Situated in tranquil English countryside, ‘Elements at Cerney on the Water’ feels a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of city life, but in fact it’s just 90 miles away from London and you can get home from the capital in less time than it takes to watch a movie. Kemble train station is just an hour and a quarter train journey from Paddington, and from there a ten minute drive brings you swiftly back to your country idyll.
South Cerney is an attractive Cotswolds village with all the amenities and three traditional country pubs. And just five miles away lies the upscale market town of Cirencester, regarded as the heart of the Cotswolds – the perfect place for fine dining and boutique shopping!
Whether you’re seeking the dream permanent residence or a weekend hideaway with the wow factor, you will feel at home the moment you arrive by the lake at ‘Elements at Cerney on the Water’. Viewing is strictly by appointment with Chris Dewhurst on 01793 701111.