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Newland Place, Trowbridge

From £285,000

Newland Place

3 and 4 bedroom houses
Wiltshire Drive, Trowbridge, Wiltshire

 
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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.

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.

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.

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).

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