Browse a wide range of wonderful new builds in Wiltshire with Redrow. Part of the beautiful South West of England, Wiltshire is a very spread out county with many hubs. It has borders with Berkshire, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire and Somerset. With a rich heritage that dates back to prehistoric times, Wiltshire embodies what many people imagine when they think of “British” countryside. This makes it absolutely ideal for people who enjoy a quieter pace of life, yet who still want a bit of hustle and bustle to hand.
Our new homes in Wiltshire have a lovely Arts and Crafts aesthetic that complements the history of their home county. At Redrow, we're committed to giving you quality, which is why we blend tradition with the choice that’s offered by modern life. With My Redrow, you can personalise numerous aspects of your new home. Added to that, when you buy a Redrow home you'll always get:
- Ultrafast broadband included.
- A home setup that's A-rated for energy efficiency.
- A neighbourhood that's friendly, welcoming and safe.
- Amenities and essentials services on your doorstep.
- Plenty of green and open space on your doorstep.
- Your own wildlife-friendly garden.
As well as this, we bring you all the Incentives you need to take your next step on the property ladder. First time buyers can depend on Help to Buy, which can reduce deposit amounts to just 5%. Existing home owners can get help with the sales process and estate agents' fees via Help to Sell. Then there's Prime Position, which lets you reserve a new build before the development launches. No matter what your situation is, there's a Redrow Incentive for you.
Make Your New Home in Wiltshire a Redrow New Build
Wiltshire contains a plethora of memorable landmarks and natural scenery. For example, there's The Langford Lakes, Brokerswood Country Park and Savernake Forest. The Wiltshire white horses can still be seen carved into the hillsides, and are perhaps the county's most recognisable emblem. Part of the gorgeous Cotswolds runs through Wiltshire too. Living in Wiltshire means that you can walk, hike and cycle through some of the UK's finest countryside. It's not too far to the coast either, giving you even more variety in terms of landscape.
It's not all about the countryside though. Wiltshire contains the city of Salisbury, as well as towns like Swindon, Chippenham, and Trowbridge. As a result, there are lots of good and outstanding schools to hand. For foodies, there's a wide selection of high street shops, farm shops and craft retailers, as well as a variety of eateries and pubs. This includes pet-friendly establishments.
Wiltshire also has some absolutely brilliant destinations to enjoy in your downtime. One of these is the iconic Stonehenge circle, still lying in Salisbury plain after innumerable centuries. Avebury’s stone circle and Old Sarum Iron Age hill fort are two other examples of Wiltshire's prehistoric heritage. In terms of other historic attractions, there’s Cranborne Chase and Old Wardour Castle, Durrington Wells and Salisbury Cathedral. If you're a history fan, then the only difficulty will be deciding what to visit first.
If you want some destinations that feature a more interactive aspect, Wiltshire also has what you need. Wiltshire Museum and Longleat House are fantastic days out. Somewhere like Sevington Victorian School is also a great attraction, as you - or your children - can experience life in a 19th Century Classroom! Then there's over 100 acres of grounds to hand at Bowood House, and great facilities for kids. These options include a soft play area, an animal petting farm and an adventure playground. There's something for all the family to enjoy.
Perfectly-Placed New Homes Across Wiltshire
At Redrow, we build our new homes in Wiltshire near to the county's train, bus and park and ride services. We choose our locations especially to maximise access to anything you're likely to need. A number of the towns also prioritise thriving cycle networks, giving you plenty of eco-friendly opportunities to get out and about.
From some parts of Wiltshire, the transport links allow you to reasonably commute to London. For example, it’s barely an hour to London on the train from Swindon. Chippenham, Trowbridge and Westbury stations all give you the chance to get to London in under 2 hours as well. There are regular train services to places like Bristol, Reading, Portsmouth and Weymouth too.
In terms of roads, the M4 motorway runs through the north of the county, and links it to Bristol and London. This is the only motorway in Wiltshire, but the accompanying network of A roads more than makes up for it. Heathrow Airport and Gatwick Airport are both accessible within an hour or two if you make the drive to the M3. Both rank among the top 5 airports in the UK, so are premier choices to travel overseas. There’s also Portsmouth International Port, which is just a 55 minute drive from Salisbury. If you don't fancy flying, you can use this to reach the Isle of Wight, Spain, France or the Channel Islands, so getting further afield is easy.
If you'd like to find out more about Redrow's new build houses in Wiltshire, don't hesitate to make an enquiry today. We have developments at Tascroft Rise in Warminster, Badbury Park in Swindon and more, so your dream home could be just around the corner.