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Abbey Green: a great place to call home
A popular place to call home, Amesbury is a small historical town nestled in the heart of the southern Wiltshire countryside. Our new development, Abbey Green will have a variety of expertly-designed one bedroom flats and two, three, four and five bedroom homes.
- Choice of 1 bedroom flats and 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
- Excellent transport links via road and rail
- Small historic town location
- Close to open countryside
- Good selection of schools in the local area
Abbey Green boasts a prime location, within walking distance of local schools, high street shops, restaurants and, of course, the town’s majestic abbey. The town is also perfectly positioned to enjoy a wealth of local attractions such as Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain, Woodhenge and stunning walks along the River Avon.It’s all about location at Abbey Green…
Amesbury lies approximately 10 miles to the north of the beautiful cathedral city of Salisbury with its wide range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities and bustling twice-weekly market. Abbey Green’s location in Amesbury, just to the south of the A303, means it’s easily accessible for Andover, Reading, Basingstoke and London, as well as being on the main route to the counties of Devon and Cornwall.
Schooling in the area is excellent and includes two well-respected independent grammar schools as well as a variety of state and private, primary and secondary schools.
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The town has a variety of shops including two
supermarkets (Co-op and Tesco), a butcher, a greengrocer and a bakery. Amesbury
also has its own weekly market and great choice of independent shops,
restaurants and inns.
The town boasts a Sports and Community Centre, a museum housing one of Britain's largest Stone Age collections, and a choice of hotels and B&Bs.
The town is located just off
the A303 with Andover and Salisbury within easy reach for
commuters. The nearest railway station is Grateley on the London
line which is 9 miles away. The town is well connected with numerous direct Express
coach destinations accessible and many local bus services.