New Homes in Wiltshire
Situated in , Wiltshire is a pleasant and predominantly rural county that borders , , , , and . If you’re looking for new homes in Wiltshire, you can choose between large towns such as Swindon, a cathedral city like Salisbury, and smaller villages such as Hilperton and Lyneham.
There’s little doubt that the most iconic draw in Wiltshire is the legendary Stonehenge, while Avebury is an even bigger neolithic stone circle. With other attractions including Wilton House and its adventure playground, Old Wardour Castle with its lovely views, and the stunning Cranbourne Chase; browse our developments in Wiltshire below.
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Live the Wiltshire life
If you’re looking for a new house in Wiltshire, there’s every chance you’re already aware of the rural landscapes and superb range of attractions you can enjoy in the area. But you may not know about some of our latest offers, which could help to bring your dream home closer to reality. They include our Movemaker scheme, where we’ll help arrange the sale of your current home, leaving you with no agents’ fees to pay.
Things to see and do in Wiltshire
Wiltshire plays host to one of the world’s most famous prehistoric monuments, Stonehenge, while the county also offers fascinating sights and landmarks such as Avebury’s ancient stone circle, Salisbury Cathedral, Durrington Walls and Iron Age hill fort Old Sarum.
From Savernake Forest to Brokerswood Country Park and the Langford Lakes, there are countless natural spaces to enjoy relaxing walks, hikes and bike rides. Visit the Cotswolds, Longleat House and Bowood House and Gardens, and don’t miss the Wiltshire Museum for a thorough lesson in the county’s history.
There are plenty of excellent primary schools across Wiltshire, including Salibury’s Greentrees Primary which is rated as outstanding by Ofsted. If you’re in Chippenham then Kington St Michael CofE is also outstanding, while North Bradley CofE is worth your attention if you live in Trowbridge.
For older children, Swindon Academy and South Wilts Grammar School for Girls have both been ranked as well above average at secondary level. Royal Wootton Bassett Academy and the Ridgeway School and Sixth Form College are other strong options depending on which part of the county you live in.
Wiltshire transport links
The M4 is the only motorway which passes through Wiltshire, heading east from Bristol towards Swindon, Reading and then London. There are train, bus and park and ride services available across the county, while a number of towns have cycle networks to encourage you to get active and travel in a more environmentally friendly manner.
The Wiltshire property scene
There are lots of different styles of property available throughout Wiltshire, including attractively designed 3 and 4 bed homes in the Sandridge Common area of Melksham. Perhaps you’d prefer a stone-fronted semi or 4 bed townhouse on the outskirts of Chippenham, or a stylish canal-side apartment or family home in Swindon?
Wherever you’d like to live, make sure you enquire about offers such as our Part Exchange scheme or Help to Buy. Whatever questions you may have, our friendly team will be happy to help.
Help to Buy Wiltshire
In Wiltshire you can take advantage of Help to Buy South West if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy South West page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.