Modern and stunning, our new houses for sale in Salisbury cater to all budgets, lifestyles, and tastes. They are built to the utmost standards throughout, and are available through our Help to Buy incentive. All buyers, first time buyers included, can make the most of this incentive and purchase the home of their dreams with just a 5% deposit.
Salisbury is a stunning medieval city, filled with history and lovely architecture. The city has regularly held markets since 1227. An important hub for music in the 18th century, Salisbury still retains a strong artistic community. The area is excellent for families with children, with a variety of education options including the Salisbury Cathedral School on offer too. This latter boasts a reputation dating back as far as 1091.
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There are many family-friendly activities in Salisbury to enjoy, such as the Salisbury Cathedral. With more than 800 years of history, this is one of the most iconic medieval buildings in the UK. One of only four Magna Cartas in the world, dating to 1215, can be seen in addition to the world’s oldest working mechanical clock.
Just eight miles of Salisbury and just a ten-minute drive from our development in Wilton, you can visit the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe: Stonehenge. Our new houses for sale in Salisbury place you in a peaceful yet well-connected area. The town of Wilton is not only stunning, but is also a town full of community spirit.
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Situated on the intersection of the A36, A30, and the A338, Salisbury has a beautiful backdrop while retaining great connections to the rest of the UK. The railway station connects Salisbury to Bristol, Cardiff, Bath, Portsmouth, Southampton, and more. Whether you’re commuting to work or are looking for new housing developments in Salisbury that allow you to have the best of both worlds, you’ll find your dream home with Redrow.
There are a few airports close to Salisbury to take you to either domestic or international destinations. Bristol and Heathrow Airports are around an hour and a half to two hours’ drive, with the former accessible using the A36 and the latter through the M3. The M3 will also take you to Gatwick Airport in approximately two hours. A few international flights arrive and depart at Bournemouth Airport, accessible through the A338 via around 45 minutes’ drive.