Larger upstairs than down, the three bedroom Avon 3 is deceptively spacious, making it an idea home for a growing family, or a flexible layout for friends to share.
Upstairs you’ll find two generous double bedrooms, including a magnificent master bedroom with added space, along with a single bedroom that could also double as a home office, craft room, study offering flexibility for whatever you and your family need.
Downstairs, a full half of the home is dedicated to the large lounge with double width patio doors flooding the space with light and life, while there’s also room for a fully fitted kitchen and the convenience of downstairs cloaks.
Think bigger and enjoy the extra space of the Avon 3 – a more flexible family home.
About the Development
AmenitiesAll the local services you will require are conveniently located in Swindon, including healthcare and dental services. The closest doctors’ surgery and dental practice can both be reached within five minutes. The nearest hospital is the Great Western Hospital, which is adjacent to the development. In Swindon you will also find both Sainsbury’s and Waitrose supermarkets, making the weekly shop easy and convenient. The town has a handy shopping complex with plenty of well-known names, all located within walking distance.
DiningIf you are looking for some fantastic dining experiences, then you do not have to travel far in Swindon. For great home-cooked food with locally sourced ingredients, the Village Inn is a beautiful country pub. Whether you have just finished a round of golf or want to celebrate, the Fairways Restaurant at Broome Manor Golf Complex is the perfect venue. There are some excellent Italian restaurants in Swindon: Fabios, or there is Fratello’s, with its authentic wood-burning oven. There is also a fantastic Tapas Bar ‘Los Gatos’ which is very popular indeed. The Weighbridge Brewhouse offers a high-quality menu and also has its own microbrewery on-site.
EducationBadbury Park is soon to have its very own primary school which will be one form entry opening September 2019 for reception years. The closest current primary schools are Liden Park Primary School and Lawns primary, the Chiseldon village primary is also a popular choice. For older children, the Lawn Manor Academy, Ridgeway secondary and sixth form and St Joesphs catholic school are all within 10 minutes of the development. Those looking for post-16 and adult education should head to New College and Swindon college. Here you will find a range of full-time and part-time courses .
LeisureWhether you are an exercise addict or prefer more relaxed leisure pursuits, Swindon offers something for everyone. To check out the latest blockbusters you can visit Empire Cinemas or the local Cineworld complex. Broome Manor Golf Complex has both 18-hole and 9-hole courses, along with a driving range and gym. If you see yourself as a figure skater or ice hockey player, the town has its own ice rink where you can practise your skills. Those who dream of being the next Andy Murray can spend time at the Delta Tennis Centre, which has facilities for players of all levels. Swindon has a great selection of gyms ranging from the recently upgraded David Lloyd to the 24 hour anytime fitness and pure gyms.
ShoppingSwindon town centre has recently had several new additions these include a new complex which has a new Morrisons superstore surrounded by new resturants such as Ask Italian and Coal grill. The Brunel shopping centre houses popular high street stores such as M&S and Boots as well as a brand new food outlet centre called The Crossing. If you want to save yourself some money on designer labels, then you should visit Swindon’s McArthur Glen Designer Outlet labels you will ind here include Tommy Hilfiger, Kurt Geiger and Ted Baker . Greenbridge Retail & Leisure Park is 10 minute drive away here you will find Next, Currys and many more.
TransportOur Redrow development at Badbury Park is located just three miles from Swindon and close to the Coate Water country park. It is sited near to the A419, with links to both Cirencester and Gloucester, as well as the M4, which connects Bristol, Reading and London. The nearest train connections are from Swindon train station, where you can find direct services to Swansea, London Paddington, Cheltenham, Bristol, Reading, Cardiff and Gloucester. If you are flying for either business or pleasure, Bristol Airport has a range of national and European services and can be reached in just over an hour. Heathrow Airport is 70 miles away from the development.