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Swindon, located in Wiltshire, has a multifaceted history and industrial significance that can still be seen in the modern day. Historically, it was an important market town, but it transformed during the 19th century with the establishment of the Great Western Railway Works, propelling it into an industrial powerhouse. This heritage remains visible in the town's identity, with Old Town and the market square showcasing its historic architecture. Today, Swindon is recognised for its economic diversification, particularly in the manufacturing, automotive, and technology sectors. The town's strategic location along major transportation routes, including the M4 motorway, contributes to its appeal as a commercial hub. It also has excellent transport links to the towns, cities and counties that surround it.
Wiltshire boasts a predominantly rural landscape, offering a quintessential English countryside experience. The county is renowned for its expansive rolling hills, picturesque villages, and vast tracts of farmland. If you’re looking to move to this rural haven and be surrounded by the stunning Cotswolds, we have a good range of new build homes for sale in Swindon including a variety of house types within an array of affordable prices - so whatever you are in the market for, you’re sure to find your dream home. The average house price in Swindon hovers around £270,000, with new homes being more expensive than second-hand homes - however, they are much more energy-efficient, so you will save money on bills in the long run.
There are a range of home buying incentives available in England through the government to help homebuyers get onto the property ladder. The First Homes Scheme, available only on new build properties, ensures people aren’t priced out of their hometown by selling the homes at a 30-50% discount to the market price. This is only available on select developments currently, however is predicted to be available across more homes in the future. Shared Ownership is also available - usually sold through housing associations, it allows you to buy a percentage share (10% and 75%) of the property and pay rent on the rest. Developers, builders and housing associations will usually have their own incentives available as well, such as money off your deposit or mortgage, free upgrades or professional discounts.
Whether you are a first time buyer, or looking to upsize or downsize, we have a vast range of new builds in Swindon - just search through the listings above or search by postcode from our homepage. You can also sign up to be alerted when new developments are added to the website within your price and bedroom range by registering for alerts where you will be sent an email or SMS when properties become available.