New homes in Salisbury 

Live the life

Located in the Wiltshire countryside, Salisbury is a picturesque and cultural city full of historic sights, independent shops and interesting walking routes. If you want to live in a rural location within easy reach of neighbouring towns and cities, a new home in Salisbury could be the right choice for you.

Things to see and do

Salisbury is a charming city with lots of independent shops along with high street stores, and a regular charter market. If you prefer buying fresh, local produce, there’s also a fortnightly farmers’ market, along with other visiting markets.

The most iconic sight in the city is the 13th century Salisbury Cathedral, where you’ll find one of the original Magna Carta documents. Mompesson House and Arundells are nearby, and you can discover more about local history at The Rifles Military Museum and Salisbury Museum. The world-famous stone circle, Stonehenge, is only a short drive away.

If you have children, they’ll enjoy visiting Longleat Safari Park and River Bourne Community Farm, while Salisbury Racecourse is a popular day out for people of all ages.

For evening entertainment you can go and see a show at Salisbury Playhouse, Salisbury Arts Centre or City Hall. The city also hosts a number of events through the year including the St George’s Day Pageant, Salisbury International Arts Festival and a Christmas Market.

Education

For families, it’s good to know that there are a number of excellent schools in the local area, whether your children are preschool age or older. Sarum St Paul’s CofE (VA) Primary School, Wyndham Park Infants School, Bishop Wordsworth's Grammar School and South Wilts Grammar School for Girls are all rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, while the independent Leehurst Swan and The Godolphin School are nearby.

Universities within commuting distance of Salisbury include the University of Southampton, Southampton Solent University and the University of Winchester. 

Getting to Salisbury

Whether you’re commuting to work or visiting friends and family in other parts of the UK and beyond, Salisbury has good transport connections by both rail and road. The city is only a 15-minute train journey or 35-minute drive from Andover, while the journey from Southampton takes just 30 minutes by train or 45 minutes by car.

For journeys to and from London, the direct train from Salisbury takes just one hour 30 minutes. The nearest airport is in Southampton, a 40-minute drive away depending on traffic. 

Kings Chase

Kings Chase

Jermyns Lane, Romsey, ROMSEY, HAMPSHIRE, SO51 0PB

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £348,000 to £439,950
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Quarter Jack Park
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Quarter Jack Park

Leigh Road, Wimborne, WIMBORNE, DORSET, BH21 2BZ

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Canford Paddock
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Canford Paddock

Magna Road, Bearwood, BOURNEMOUTH, POOLE, BH11 9UN

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White Horse View

White Horse View

Gilhespy Way, Westbury, WESTBURY, WILTSHIRE, BA13 3FT

  • 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £316,995 to £434,995
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The Pavilions

The Pavilions

Botley Road, Southampton, SOUTHAMPTON, Hampshire, SO30 3JB

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £235,000 to £400,000
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Monarchs Keep

Monarchs Keep

Hamble Lane, Bursledon, SOUTHAMPTON, Hampshire, SO31 8GQ

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £264,995 to £499,995
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Sandridge Place

Sandridge Place

Sandridge Common, Melksham, MELKSHAM, WILTSHIRE, SN12 7JS

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £279,995 to £369,995
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Lakeside Walk,Hamworthy

Lakeside Walk,Hamworthy

Lake Road, Hamworthy, POOLE, BH15 4LL

  • 2 and 3 bedroom homes
  • £200,000 to £310,000
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The Rushes

The Rushes

Off Sand Pit Road, Calne, CALNE, WILTSHIRE, SN11 8GB

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Birds Marsh View

Birds Marsh View

Hill Corner Road, Chippenham, CHIPPENHAM, WILTSHIRE, SN15 1DX

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £234,995 to £334,995
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