Clifton Meadows

Low-carbon living in St Weonards, Herefordshire - First phase released! 

Clifton Meadows is a collection of only 32 spacious homes that combine traditional designs, contemporary touches and energy efficient technology and features for comfortable, connected, low-carbon living in Herefordshire. From a vantage point in the village of St Weonards, this unique development enjoys classic Herefordshire countryside views across rolling open fields, yet it is less than nine miles from the Wye Valley market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth, and just over ten miles to the cathedral city of Hereford.

We have positioned the properties to make the most of the views into the surrounding countryside, and drawn inspiration from the local architecture to design beautiful homes that complement the village’s existing aesthetics. Inside, these properties blend contemporary comforts with practical and stylish layouts, giving you more space to live.

At Freeman Homes, our approach to sustainability is about carefully considering the future and ensuring that we build sustainable communities that create a positive impact. We take a fabric-first approach to design to maximise energy performance, reduce carbon emissions, embodied carbon, and the cost of living in our homes. At Clifton Meadows, some of the features included are:

  • Roof-integrated Solar PV technology 
  • Air Source Heat Pumps
  • Electric car-charging points
  • Timber frame construction that benefits from heightened thermal efficiencies and reduced maintenance
  • Water reduction and energy efficient features within the specification
  • Rainwater butts, garden composting bins and recycling facilities 
Site Plan
Clifton Meadows in St Weonards
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Freeman Homes is a finalist for the Green Business of the Year award

We are delighted to announce that Freeman Homes is a finalist for the Green Business of the Year award at the SoGlos 2022 Gloucestershire Business Awards. The award category recognises businesses for their commitment to proactively managing and improving sustainability. 


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