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Sidbury Meadows by Foreman Homes

Astor Crescent, Ludgershall, SP11 9RG

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Phase One of an exciting new development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom family homes

Phase One of an exciting new development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom family homes, set within a park environment in the picturesque village of Ludgershall in the leafy outskirts of Andover.

A range of beautifully designed 2, 3 and 4 bedroom family homes with spacious gardens and ample car parking. Whether you’re a first time buyer looking for something rather special or an established home owner who wants to move into a larger property to accommodate a growing family. Sidbury Meadows boasts all the advantages of a rural location combined with excellent transportation links.

Sidbury Meadows is an exceptional development in a
breathtaking part of the country. The houses are built by
Foreman Homes, recognised for the sheer quality of their
build and a fastidious attention to detail. The interiors are
spacious and the gardens are generous.
  1. Luxury fitted kitchen with matching up stand
  2. Integrated upright fridge/freezer
  3. uPVC double glazed windows and doors
  4. Turfed rear gardens with paved patio



Astor Crescent, Ludgershall, SP11 9RG

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Dating as far back as 1086 and originally known as “Litlegarsele”, the village we now know as Ludgershall was sited on the original trade route from Malborough to Winchester on the edge of Salisbury Plain. A sense of history pervades the village.

To the north of the town, at the end of Castle Street, you’ll discover the ruins of Ludgershall castle, which was originally built in the 12th century. A little further towards the village centre there’s St James Church - a magnificent example of Saxon architecture, which is now a nationally listed grade one building.

A beautiful thoroughfare and pretty walk ways host well-known high street stores, lovely restaurants, art galleries and craft shops and if that wasn’t enough, a train from Andover railway station can take you into the centre of Salisbury in about 20 minutes or whisk you to the bright lights of London in just over an hour. Obviously commuting by train is a doddle.

Located less than five miles north west of Andover, the modern village of Ludgershall, although quite rural, benefits from all the conveniences of a modern county town - supermarkets, takeaways and an enviable selection of excellent pubs, as well as a number of well regarded schools.

If it ’s entertainment and shopping you’re after, you’ll find
what you need in the picturesque market town of Andover.

Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Grateley (5.7 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Driving directions

From Southampton
Travel north on the M3. At junction 9 take the A34 and travel north for approximately 7 miles and then turn left onto the A303 signposted to Andover. Travel west on the A303 for approximately 8 miles. Take the exit signposted to Andover and you will see a major roundabout with the Andover Premier Inn to your left. Take the first exit left off the roundabout and onto the A342 Weyhill/Andover Road.
Travel along this road for approximately 5 miles until you come to the little village of Ludgershall. Keep left on the A3026 for about half a mile and turn left into Simmonds Road. Continue down this road until you reach the cross roads of Simmonds Road and New Drove. Sidbury Meadows is right in front of you.

From London
Travel south on the M3. At junction 8 take the A303 signposted to Andover. Travel west on the A303 for approximately 15 miles. Further directions as per the second paragraph above.

Sidbury Meadows
Andover train station is just 7 miles from Sidbury Meadows and the regular service can take commuters to Basingstoke in 20 minutes, Southampton in less than an hour and London Waterloo in less than an hour and 15 minutes. Commuting by car is equally as swift, with the M3 motorway just 25 minutes drive time away and from there, Winchester is just 14 miles distant and Basingstoke only 12 miles away.

About Developer

Our aim is to grow through the acquisition of land of all types and the development of diverse schemes.
By building on our core strengths of loyalty, persistence and teamwork, we will continue to be recognised and respected as one of the South’s leading independent house builders with unquestionable commitment to our customers, staff and investors.

We are committed to providing good quality, affordable homes for our customers through responsible development, dedication to improvement of the local infrastructure, respect for the environment and commitment to high levels of customer care.

In the 20 years since the company was established, we have built a number of developments of new homes in Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset, each with their own unique style. We work closely with local communities and councils to ensure that each development is planned and designed to blend in with the local area and surroundings

Contact Us

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Call us on 01264 570075 or fill in the contact form below.

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