King's Gate, Amesbury

From £238,500

King's Gate

2 and 3 bedroom properties
Off Muggleton Road, Amesbury, Wiltshire

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A collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in historic Amesbury, Wiltshire
King’s Gate is a collection of new homes for sale in Amesbury which form part of a thriving new community. The development offers the brand new facilities of a school and community hall, along with safe play areas and local shops all within walking distance of your new home. For modern day living in an exclusive development, King’s Gate offers an idyllic way of life within easy reach of everyday facilities

Our beautiful new Show Homes have now launched, so you can experience the Bloor difference for yourself. We have the 3 bedroom Whitfield, 3 bedroom Yarkhill and the 4 bedroom Elmhurst, available to view.

Just 10 miles from Salisbury, King's Gate is located within walking distance of the historic town of Amesbury, also home to one of the wonders of the world, Stonehenge. The area is surrounded by stunning landscape, making it a great location for long countryside walks.

Commuting from this wonderful development is very convenient, with access to the A303 just a few minutes' drive away, it will take you just 20 minutes to reach Andover town centre.

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