About The Park

Welcome to Stroud Heights

Stroud Heights is a brand new, exclusive development of just 10 homes nestled in the Cotswolds on the outskirts of the market town of Stroud, boasting outstanding views.

The park offers peaceful living in a safe, secure and gated estate with all amenities close by. Minchampton golf course and some of England’s finest walks are also on the doorstep of the park.

Local Area

Cotswolds

Brimming with independent shops, cafés and galleries and home to one of the best Farmers’ Markets in the country, there are plenty of things to do in Stroud, described by Jasper Conran as ‘the Covent Garden of the Cotswolds’.

In Stroud, you will find an eclectic mix of shops selling everything from fossils to fairies and vintage to vinyl, all set against the dramatic backdrop of the beautiful Five Valleys, just 90 minutes by train from London.

Stroud is well-known for its industrial heritage and visitors can spot the former textile mills along the valleys. Attractions in Stroud include former working mills open for guided tours at certain times of year.  Wimbledon tennis ball cloth and championship snooker baize are still made here today.

A number of interesting landmark buildings contribute to the town’s creative spirit. Discover the heritage of Stroud through the Museum in the Park and the Heritage Board Map Trail, available from Stroud TIC.

The Stroudwater Canal is currently being restored to its former glory. Enjoy a walk along the tow path, stopping at a traditional pub or café on the way. Visit the Canal Visitor Centre at Wallbridge Lock to find out more.

Stroud is known as a centre for contemporary arts. Many writers, artists and craftspeople live in the five sweeping valleys encircling the town, made famous by Laurie Lee’s “Cider with Rosie”.

An exciting programme of events and festivals in Stroud include the Select Festival (textiles) and month-long SITE Art Festival, where open-studio tours allow a glimpse into artists’ homes and studios. Stroud Fringe brings the town alive in August with an array of free music events.

There are plenty of activities in Stroud. The Cotswold Way runs through Stroud, popular with walkers. Rodborough, Minchinhampton and Selsley Commons overlook the town and are enjoyed by a mix of walkers, horse-riders, paragliders, and those looking for a locally-made Winstones ice-cream.

Fees & Information

Pitch Fee

£ Please enquire about current pitch fees
(Please note that the pitch fee is subject to review every January in line with the Retail Price Index)

Water

Billed every 6 months

Electricity

Billed quarterly

Piped in LPG Gas

Billed directly from supplier

Council Tax

Low banding payable directly to Stroud District Council

Park Status

For the 45’s and over
Pets are welcome at the park management’s discretion.

Part Exchange Scheme

We offer a part exchange scheme which is straight forwards and funded by ourselves, benefitting you from not having to deal with estate agents and the sale of your property whilst still achieving market value.

Example:

  • Your Home £250,000
  • Park Home £195,000
  • We pay you £55,000

Ask us about Stroud Heights

Current Show Homes Available on Stroud Heights

Currently no showhomes are situated on Stroud Height. We do have available plots to choose from, please use the contact form to make and enquiry.

Finding Stroud Heights

Stroud Heights is only 10 minutes from Stroud and 30 minutes from Cireccester. You are also only 20 minutes from junction 13 of the M5 motorway.

Use the SATNAV postcode of GL5 2NJ for an accurate location.

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