£194,950 - £299,950
2 and 3 bedroom properties
The Avenue, Wilton, Wiltshire
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About the Development
Situated just outside of Salisbury, Wilton is a quaint town with fantastic links throughout the southern counties. Not far from Southampton, Andover and just 2 hours from Central London, this is a wonderful town with a great community spirit. Surrounded by the Wiltshire countryside, Wilton offers a beautiful country setting yet with all the amenities you could wish for. From great local schools to relaxed local bars, there is certainly something for everyone in this peaceful village.
And our Heritage Collection properties reflect this variety. With our homes, you are truly offered the best of both worlds. By combining architecture that has been inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement, with airy and open plan living spaces, we create homes that are truly centred around family living. Whether you are a family looking to settle down or just starting out, discover your perfect home with Redrow.
AmenitiesWilton is a thriving market town with its own health centre and dental practice, both centrally and conveniently placed within easy reach of the development. Wilton Health Centre is located in the Marketplace in the centre of town (Sat Nav SP2 0HT, call 0845 467 2392) with dental services to be found at Wilton Dental Practice (Sat nav SP2 0HE, call 0845 467 2392).
DiningAs you would expect from such a delightful rural location, there are plenty of friendly, welcoming inns and pubs around the area, all offering excellent food. Try the Bell Inn, the Greyhound, the Pembroke Arms or the Wheatsheaf all in Wilton, or head into Salisbury for an even wider choice. Salisbury is also home to a huge variety of restaurants, with something for every taste and budget.
The restaurant at the Wilton Shopping Village, situated within the large Edinburgh Woollen Mills store, is also a popular place to meet friends and enjoy a bite to eat.
EducationWilton offers a choice of primary schools, including Wilton and Barford Church of England Primary and Woodlands County Primary, while nearby Salisbury provides an excellent selection of secondary schools.
Pupils can choose from nearby Sarum Academy, as well as single sex selective grammar schools, South Wiltshire Grammar School for Girls and Bishop Wordsworth for the boys. For private education, the historic Salisbury Cathedral School has a reputation that goes back almost a thousand years to 1091. The school caters for children from 3 to 13 with both boarders and day pupils.
LeisureTake a step back in time at Wilton House, with 21 acres of magnificent landscaped gardens around the classic 17th century country house, or go further back into the mists of time with a trip to Stonehenge, just 11 miles away. For countryside you’ll be spoiled for choice, with the New Forest right on your doorstep and the extensive South Downs National Park not far away.
For sport, visit Five Rivers Leisure Centre in Salisbury or try Salisbury Lawn Tennis Club. The city also has rugby union and football teams. Salisbury and South Wiltshire Golf Club has an excellent course, or you can hone your skills at Salisbury Driving range.
For a touch of culture, try Salisbury Playhouse or Salisbury Studio Theatre, or take in the latest releases at the Odeon Salisbury.
ShoppingWilton has a Co-Operative store for all your essentials, with Sainsburys, Tesco Extra and Lidl supermarkets all to be found in nearby Salisbury. Wilton also has an historic weekly market, held every Thursday in the market place, offering fresh local produce from Wiltshire farms, just as it has for hundreds of years.
Wilton Shopping Village offers a good selection of interesting shops set around a delightful old courtyard, while Fisherton Mill is one of the largest independent art galleries in the South.
Nearby Salisbury offers a wide range of shopping, including Old George Mall, Bourne Retail Park and the Maltings, a delightful riverside shopping area packed with charm and character.
TransportWilton is located on the main A35 Salisbury Road, just over three miles from the city. The A35 then continues toward the M27, reaching Southampton in just 27 miles, and Portsmouth in just 46 miles. Bristol is just over 50 miles by road, with Winchester just 35 miles and London around 95 miles.
Rail links from Salisbury Station can take you to London in just an hour and a half in peak times, with Southampton just 35 minutes away and Bristol or Portsmouth both around an hour and a quarter. Flights can be found at Southampton, Bristol or Bournemouth airports.
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