Multi award-winning heritage developer City & Country says homebuyers can move into phase two of its Burderop Park neighbourhood this summer.
Situated on an historic Wiltshire estate surrounded by countryside and parkland, phase two is the final phase of exclusive two, three and four/five-bedroom new build homes.
The development nestles in the grounds of a Grade II* listed country mansion, and is described as offering offers modern contemporary living with a premium specification in a unique countryside environment.
Residents have access to a plethora of outdoor space including a large private residents' green at the heart of the development for neighbours, family, and friends to come together, as well as a natural play area for children to enjoy.
Just a short drive away is the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, as well as Britain’s oldest road, The Ridgeway, which forms part of the National Trail for walking, providing opportunities for residents to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Jennifer Rhodes-Finch, Head of Marketing at City & Country, said: “Burderop Park offers a warm and welcoming community in glorious natural settings, proving popular with local first-time buyers and downsizers.
“Perfectly placed just five miles south of Swindon’s thriving town centre, homes at the development have been thoughtfully crafted to complement and reflect their historic surroundings and traditional Wiltshire architecture.”
Individually designed by in-house specialists, homes at Burderop Park boast a superior specification with a variety of luxury finishes throughout, including integrated appliances, Silestone worktops and polished chrome brassware.
Prices at Burderop Park start from £325,000 for a two-bedroom mid-terraced home, with some plots available to move into this Spring and a range of incentives to support buyers.
To find out more, people should call 01793 351 917 or visitwww.cityandcountry.co.uk
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