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Blunsdon Mead

3 and 4 bedroom properties
Off Salzgitter Drive, Blunsdon St Andrew, Wiltshire

 
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In the popular area of St Andrews Ridge, Swindon, this development has a range of two, three and four bedroom homes.



Just a short drive away is Abbey Meads Village Centre, with a Tesco Express, doctor's surgery, hairdressers and post office, meaning you're never far from the daily essentials. Blunsdon Mead is approximately 6 miles to the M4 motorway giving you easy access to Bristol and Oxford.

As well as many shops in the town centre, Swindon also has a McArthur Glen Designer Outlet, one of the largest covered designer outlets in Europe which is home to many well-known high street and designer names all under the same roof.Less than a mile round the corner you will find David Lloyd Health and Fitness club, one of the UK's most popular leisure centres with 83 clubs around the country. Having recently invested £550,000 in their Swindon centre, you can enjoy all the latest fitness facilities and equipment including indoor & outdoor pools, badminton courts, gym, spa facilities and much more.Swindon Train Station - 4 miles

Swindon Coach Station - 4 miles

Bristol Airport - 50 miles

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