The Lilies at Tadpole Gardens in Swindon by Wainhomes
Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 52Q
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3, 4 & 5 bedroom properties
£297,000 - £417,000
Tadpole Gardens offers a mix of stunning new 3, 4 and 5 bedroom family homes which will include a number of affordable units, as part of the award-winning Tadpole Garden Village development.
Adhering to the Garden Village principles and to further enhance a growing community already established at Tadpole Garden Village, all the new homes will be carefully designed to a high specification and will include open-plan living spaces, integrated kitchen appliances and ensuite bathrooms.
This idealistic new village community will have its own shops, new schools, a village pub, sports facilities and children's play areas. Home owners will be on the doorstep of over 149 acres of green space, playing fields and new allotments, providing residents with opportunities for healthy living and personal wellbeing for people of all ages through growing their own food and gardening. Walking, cycling, children's play areas and informal kick-about areas, are other activities available at Tadpole Garden Village to maintain a family's wellbeing.
Tadpole Gardens is well placed for transport links with the A419 giving access to Cirencester, Gloucester, Cheltenham; the M5 to the north and M4 junction 15 for London. Oxford via the A420 is 35 miles away. Regular bus services from Tadpole Garden Village run to Swindon and beyond. Trains run from Swindon station to major cities and London Paddington is only an hour away. For air travel Bristol Airport is less than 50 miles and Heathrow Airport 70 miles.
To register your interest please add your details to our database. Availability, prices and timescales have yet to be released, but as soon as we are able to provide more information about our Tadpole Gardens development we will be in contact with you.
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