New Homes in Brockworth
Make the Move
The village of Brockworth is situated in Gloucestershire, located along the Roman road connected to the city of Gloucester.
While the destination is famous for its unique annual cheese rolling festival at Cooper’s Hill, buying a new home in Brockworth will reward you with gorgeous scenery, fascinating history, great transport links and excellent attractions.
Things to see and do
Enjoy the benefits of country living in Brockworth where the surrounding landscape will inspire you to don the hiking boots and begin exploring. With outstanding landscapes and beautiful views, there are few better ways to spend a weekend.
Brockworth is probably best known for its annual cheese rolling contest – so make sure you get front row seats at this unique event. Held in May over the Spring Bank Holiday Monday, it sees a large round cheese rolled down the steep slope of the hill and chased by a group of people who trip and skid their way to the bottom.
Brockworth also has another claim to fame besides Gloucester cheese. Britain’s first jet aircraft was produced here along with a range of planes in World War II.
Heritage and charming grounds can be enjoyed further afield at National Trust sites such as Westbury Court and Chedworth Roman Villa. Within the village itself, the Grade II listed building of Brockworth Court built between 1534 and 1539 is impressive and a fascinating attraction to visit.
Brockworth is easy to reach whether you’re travelling by road, rail or car with many connections to other parts of the country.
Gloucester train station is the nearest large train station to Brockworth, located just 10 minutes away by car.
Here you’ll find connections to many parts of the country such as London (one hour 53), Manchester (two hours 37), Cardiff (one hour 5) and Birmingham (55 minutes)
The closest airport to Brockworth is Bristol Airport. Here you’ll find flights to destinations across the globe, along with domestic options.
The M5 is easily reachable from Brockworth which offers connections to many parts of the UK.