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The Mews by Crest Nicholson Ltd

William Morris Way, Blunsdon, Swindon, SN25

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Overview

The Mews

Welcome to The Mews, the latest phase of Tadpole Garden Village. Positioned just outside the north Wiltshire village of Blunsdon, this 21st century Garden Village offers something for everyone. The 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes and 2 bedroom apartments cater for an array of lifestyles. With a variety of amenities on the doorstep and plenty of countryside to explore, residents will experience the very best of town and country living. This thriving community is also home to a new school and allotments, which residents can use to grow their own fruit and vegetables. With its tranquil surroundings, picturesque tree-lined streets and good transport links to larger towns, this is the perfect place to call home.
  1. A variety of amenities
  2. Plenty of countryside to explore
  3. Good transport links to larger towns
  4. Tranquil surroundings

Location

Location

William Morris Way, Blunsdon, Swindon, SN25

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Enjoying natural unspoilt surroundings is one of the best aspects of living at Tadpole Garden Village, and a key part of the Garden Village ideal.

The land formerly belonged to Tadpole Farm, and many of its original hedgerows and trees are woven into the new village landscape. These are valuable habitats for birds, bats and other small mammals.

Garden Villages are designed with nature in mind and at The Mews this couldn’t be more true. From the mature trees to the newly landscaped communal spaces; nature is at the heart of this thriving community. There are an abundance of woodland walks to discover and wildlife habitats to admire, furthermore with acres of grassland and a number of ponds on-site, you can spot birds, bats and amphibians hiding throughout the land. What’s more, Crest Nicholson is working with Wiltshire Wildlife Trust to create a 48 hectare nature park.

This will be full of wild meadows and will offer a sanctuary for a variety of wildlife species. Playing an important part in local conservation, the nature park will be nestled within the green corridor, which runs along the River Ray to the north Wiltshire countryside.

The proposed facilities within this Garden Village make it a place to enjoy all-year-round. Grow your own produce in the allotments, play a game of cricket on the village pitch, mingle with your neighbours in the community centre or retreat to the cosy pub for Sunday lunch; there’s always something to do. There will also be new job opportunities created, through the provision of shops and healthcare facilities. The inspired vision of a healthy, sustainable village has truly been brought to life at The Mews.

There’s a buzzing arts scene throughout the year at venues including the Wyvern Theatre, Arts Centre and Library. The local leisure centre is an excellent resource for keeping fit and having fun and Swindon’s David Lloyd Centre is just three miles from Tadpole Garden Village.

There are also a host of parks and watersports activities on offer including the Cotswold Water Park.

Local Shopping

Tadpole Garden Village is approximately 5 miles from the centre of Swindon, which has grown from a small market town to one of the region’s most important centres for leisure and business.

A large number of national and international companies have offices here, providing a wealth of employment opportunities for the growing population. Intel, Honda, Nationwide Building Society, W H Smith and Nokia are just a handful of the businesses that have a presence in Swindon.

For local convenient shopping, a 7 minute drive brings you to Orbital Shopping Park, with Asda, Homebase, Boots, Marks & Spencer and Next.

The Orbital shopping centre is less than 2 miles away. Swindon is a good town for play as well as work. The Old Town still prospers and you’ll find intriguing independent shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants in its quaint streets. Modern Swindon has even more choice, with a wide range of shops in the Brunel Centre and McArthur Glen Designer Outlet, as well as stylish bars and cafés everywhere.

Transport Links

Tadpole Garden Village has a well connected network of footpaths and cycling routes that link to the surrounding area and the centre of Swindon. The A419 is within easy reach as is Swindon Railway Station, which is just five miles from Tadpole Garden Village.

Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Swindon (3.2 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Properties

Specifications

Heating and Hot Water
Each home is heated by a highly efficient gas fired condensing boiler with thermostatically controlled radiators, individually adjustable by valves so that you can keep the main rooms hot when you need them and tone down the heat in lesser used rooms to save on energy. There is also an immersion heater for emergency backup if you have guests to stay. The low maintenance aspect of a new boiler cannot be underestimated.

Electrical
There are power sockets fitted at convenient points, as well as TV/FM and Sky+ points to the living room and master bedroom (subject to subscription to Sky product). The BT points are fitted to the hall, living room and master bedroom and for peace of mind, there are mains operated, interconnected smoke/heat and CO detectors with battery back up. All homes are fitted with low energy lighting, houses benefit from low energy spotlights to the kitchen, bathroom, ensuite and cloakrooms. There is also a low energy external light with PIR detector to the front door of the houses and power and lighting are provided to the garage when within the actual plot curtilage. Front doors are fitted with multi-point locking. Apartments are supported by an audio entry system.

Internal Finishes
Internal doors have an oak finish with chrome ironmongery, whilst the front door also has chrome accessories. There is also a fitted wardrobe to the master bedroom in the houses. Ceilings and internal walls are painted and there will be a white satin finish to internal door frames, skirtings and architraves, as well as white painted balustrades with an oak handrail and newel caps to the staircase.

About Developer

Building homes and communities

A Crest Nicholson home is more than just bricks and mortar, it is a new home designed to exceed your expectations.

From contemporary city centre apartments and townhouses to traditional detached homes or sophisticated mixed use developments, Crest Nicholson offers an impressive portfolio of property across the UK. The company is renowned for creating innovative, design led, sustainable communities which continue to set ever higher environmental standards.

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