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The Sandford at Newland Place, Bradley Road, Trowbridge, BA14

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Key features

  • Open for TAILOR-MADE viewings by APPOINTMENT...
  • Appointments available daily 11:00am to 5:00pm
  • CURRENT HELP TO BUY SCHEME AVAILABLE
  • MOVE IN FOR CHRISTMAS
  • Choice of fully fitted quality kitchen units with soft close cupboards and doors* includes Integrated 50/50 split fridge freezer
  • Choice of Porcelanosa ceramic wall tiles*
  • Turft to front and rear garden
  • French doors to garden
  • This home has been inspected throughout construction and comes with a 10 year LABC warranty
  • * Choice available depending on build stage

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Newland Place, Bradley Road Trowbridge

A high quality development of 1,2,3 and 4 bedroom homes in Wiltshire's county town of Trowbridge, designed to enhance this special place.

Beautiful homes in bustling Trowbridge at the heart of spectacular West Wiltshire
Newland Place is the latest new community of 79 new homes on the southern side of the county town, by 3 times 'Trowbridge Town Enhancement Award' winner, Newland Homes.

Something For Everyone

Our homes at Newland Place have been meticulously designed to reflect the local vernacular and built environment, described as "exemplar" by the Urban Planning Officer during the development planning stages. This is a reflection of our approach to our new homes, particularly visible in Trowbridge where we've won the town enhancement award three times through our redevelopment schemes of the Ushers Brewery areas.

Rich Heritage

Trowbridge is a bustling town with a rich heritage, many independent shops, the river Biss, Trowbridge town park, a thriving arts scene plus a range of community facilities. It is also a convenient base for exploring the many walks and trails in the region, including the site of the renowned White Horse carved onto the hillside near Westbury.

Historic Wiltshire

A little further afield are the world heritage sites of Stonehenge and Avebury stone circles as well as the stately home of Longleat and Stourhead House and Gardens to the south and Bowood House to the north.

The ruins of Farleigh Hungerford castle, the unique Roman City of Bath, and the National Trust village of Lacock with impressive abbey and fascinating museum of photography are all within easy reach. A few miles to the east is the famous Caen Hill flight of locks on the Kennet & Avon Canal leading into the interesting market town of Devizes.

Transport Links

Thanks to excellent transport links, Bristol, Bath and Swindon are commutable and Trowbridge Station provides a rail service to Bristol Temple Meads (32mins), Swindon (36mins) and London Paddington (just under 2 hours).

The legacy of a proud civic heritage sits alongside superb shopping options and fabulous flora and festivals

Ancient Roots

Trowbridge has an ancient history, having been first mentioned in the Domesday Book (c.1086) and was headquarters for one of the 25 barons - Henry de Bohun - who were to enforce the Magna Carta (c.1215).

The de Bohun family did much to shape and develop the town in the 12th century including laying out the market place and building the first St James Church.
Industrial Development

Weaving has taken place in the town for over a thousand years, at one point even rivalling the key industrial towns of the north of England, and the woollen industry left a rich architectural legacy as many of the opulent houses of the mill owners and cloth merchants survive today.

By the late 19th century other industries also came to the fore including bedding, food production and brewing - most notably with Ushers at Trowbridge, which enjoyed an important presence in the town from the mid-1800s, and more latterly lovingly repurposed and redeveloped as housing by Newland Homes.

Variety of Shopping Options

Despite its significant heritage, Trowbridge is still firmly rooted in the present. Historic buildings, with the impressive 1889 Town Hall as the centrepiece, preside over thriving independent shops and recognisable high street retailers.

Gateway Shopping (Argos, Asda, Boots, Next and New Look), Castle Place Shopping (Market Hall and independent shops and stalls) and St Stephen's Place (Odeon cinema and a choice of restaurants) offer a host of retail options in the centre of town.
Trowbridge, like many towns in the county, also hosts a regular weekly market (on Wednesdays) with local stalls and traders.

Green Outdoors

Trowbridge is also blessed with excellent outdoor space: The town park, just behind the Town Hall boasts some beautiful grassy spaces, children's play areas and sports facilities.

The Sensory Garden takes you to a nature trail leading to Biss Meadows Country Park, which follows the river Biss to open countryside where you might see all sorts of butterflies, bird and bees. The park is also home to many live events throughout the year including kids' camps, soccer schools and live music while the new Civic Centre nearby also hosts a wide variety of entertainment for all ages including music, comedy, theatre and festivals.

Meanwhile, just a mile from Newland Place you'll find Southwick Country Park: 150 acres of old farmland offering a fantastic haven for flora and fauna and a network of pathways running through fields and woods - a popular spot for dog walkers, runners and those with energetic children.

Education

There are a couple of excellent Primary schools, Holbrook and The Grove (both OfSted rated Good), less than a mile from Newland Place and several other options in the Trowbridge area. The nearest Secondary is Clarendon Academy, but others include The John of Gaunt School, Larkrise School and Tumblewood Community School.


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Added on Rightmove:
05 February 2020

Nearest stations

  • Trowbridge (0.9 mi)
  • Westbury (2.9 mi)
  • Bradford-on-Avon (3.1 mi)
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Bradley Road, Trowbridge, BA14

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01225 686011 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Trowbridge (0.9 mi)
  • Westbury (2.9 mi)
  • Bradford-on-Avon (3.1 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Newland Homes Ltd

Bradley Road, Trowbridge, BA14

01225 686011 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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