Our new 3 and 4 bedroom homes are for sale in Thornbury, Bristol. Visit our Thornbury Fields development in the market town of Thornbury and you’ll quickly discover it to be an ideal place to put down roots, with city life always close by.

Discover 5-star quality in a new build Bloor home in Thornbury
Ready to be part of a welcoming community that’s surrounded by countryside but still on the city’s doorstep? Then take a look at Thornbury Fields - an exemplary collection of new, energy efficient homes available with Part Exchange, with spacious, contemporary interiors, and on a development that comprises of 52% open green space. Considered one of the best places to live in Bristol, Thornbury has a choice of outstanding local schools, superb leisure facilities, parks, restaurants, bars and an impressive Tudor castle.

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You can say ’so-long’ to your old home and ’hello’ to new sooner with Assisted Move at Thornbury Fields.

With this great moving scheme, we’ll help to manage the sale of your house and even cover the estate agent fees!

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Things to do in and around Thornbury
Traditional old shops such as an ironmonger and a greengrocer sit alongside larger high street names, yet the town centre itself remains a pretty, friendly and community-focused place where families are welcome and there’s plenty to see and do all year round. There’s a farmers’ market held on the first and third Thursday of every month, and each year, Thornbury has a mop fair, a carnival and an arts festival. There’s a very well-equipped leisure centre and library within easy reach of our houses for sale in Thornbury and, as you would expect, a doctors' surgery, dentists and opticians in the town along with a Hospital and Medical Centre. The Mundy playing fields include a children’s play area and sports ground and there are a number of thriving football, rugby, cricket, badminton and scout clubs, as well as a Lawn Tennis Club and skate park. The town is best known for its castle, a Tudor structure intended as a home for the Duke of Buckingham Edward Stafford, who was later beheaded for treason. The castle was then confiscated by King Henry VIII who stayed there for ten days in 1535 with Anne Boleyn. It is now a five-star hotel and restaurant set in beautifully manicured grounds, where you can go and enjoy a traditional afternoon tea. You can take the heritage trail and discover all of the town’s historically significant buildings.
Schools in and around Thornbury
Families looking for houses for sale in Thornbury will be pleased to know there is a wide range of schools for all ages within easy reach. Christ the King RC, Crossways Infant and Junior, Manor Brook, Gillingstool were all rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted, with St Mary’s CofE rated ‘Outstanding’ for primary age children. For secondary education, The Castle was rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted.
Transport in Thornbury
Getting out and about for work or leisure is easy from Thornbury Fields. The nearby A38 provides a main route to Bristol and Gloucester, and the town is also midway between Junction 14 and 15 of the M5. There’s an extensive bus network and rail services which will allow you to easily reach Worcester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Brighton and London. Bristol Airport is within easy reach for journeys further afield.

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