Bovis Homes - Millfields, GL11

Prices from £165,000 to £595,000

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This exciting new development is in the vibrant Gloucestershire village of Cam and at the foot of the stunning Cotswold hills. Though a village, Cam is a large bustling community with shops, pubs, local services, a Tesco supermarket, schools and sports clubs - and It's also the home of Cam and Dursley Railway Station.

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Leisure

There are plenty of pubs and restaurants in the area and the beautiful Cotswold Way is only a mile away offering stunning walks and magnificent views from Cam Peak, Cam Long Down and Coaley Peak. For sports fans the 16-acre Jubilee Fields and pavilion is home to football and cricket clubs and there's an outdoor gym, skate park, climbing wall and play equipment. For swimming, fitness and gym workouts visit The Pulse at Dursley and catch the latest blockbusters at the Vue Cinema in Stroud. Cam's own Rackleaze Wetlands Area is a haven for wildlife and for bird-lovers the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge is less than four miles away. Children will love the Cattle Country Adventure Park at Berkeley and the ancient Berkeley Castle and Butterfly House.

Education

Cam has three primary schools for children aged from four to 11. The Cam Hopton Church of England School and the Cam Everlands School are both just under two miles from Mill Fields and Cam Woodfield Infant Junior School is 2.5 miles away. Some of the schools also run toddler playgroups and after school clubs. Rednock School at Dursley is a comprehensive school catering for senior pupils, from 11 to 18 years with a sixth form.

Shopping

Cam has a variety of local shops including a Boots chemist, a post office, an independent hardware store, florist, a petrol station, plus a butcher's and a Tesco Superstore. For further choice the market town of Dursley has everything from an optician and a bakery, to a dry cleaner's, a pet shop and a bike store. There's also a variety of supermarkets. Dursley holds regular Farmer's and craft market in its historic market place. For a shopping centre experience, visit Gloucester Quays Outlet only 13 miles away with offers dozens of designer and High Street names, or head south to Cribb's Causeway, 21 miles with more than 150 shops in The Mall and Retail Park.

Transport

The A4135 runs through Cam to Dursley, about 3 miles away and onto Tetbury, 13 miles. It also links to the A38, the old route for Bristol, 25 miles away, and Gloucester, 18 miles away. From the A38 it's less than five miles to the M5 Junction 13 for Cheltenham and the Midlands, or south to Bristol, the West Country, and the M4 for London and Wales. From Box Road you can also reach Stroud, 8 miles. Cam and Dursley Railway Station 5 minutes walk from Millfields and runs trains to Bristol, Bath, Gloucester, Cheltenham and Worcester. For overseas travel Bristol Airport is about 36 miles away.