New Build Houses For Sale in Swindon

Situated midway between Reading and Bristol, and with swift access to the M4 motorway, it’s easy to understand why houses for sale in Swindon are in an ideal location. With direct trains to the cities of London and Cardiff taking approximately 1 hour, as well as numerous surrounding towns to visit and enjoy, commuters and day trippers alike benefit from living in this major area of South West England.

  • Abbey Farm - New Homes in Swindon

Swindon - Abbey Farm

Blunsdon, Swindon, Wiltshire SN25 2DN

4 bedroom houses
Prices from £389,950

  • The Linden Collection At Abbey Farm - New Homes in Swindon

Swindon - The Linden Collection At Abbey Farm

Blunsdon, Swindon, Wiltshire SN25 2DN

4 & 5 bedroom houses
Prices from £469,950

subject to planning
  • The Grange - New Homes in Wroughton

Wroughton - The Grange

Swindon Road, Wroughton, Wiltshire SN4 9BY

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£POA

What Is There To Do in Swindon?

With everything you need located right on your doorstep, including great transport links, new homes in Swindon benefit from being in an ideal part of the south west. As well as a great number of high street and independent retailers at the town’s large Brunel Shopping Centre, there is also the MacArthurGlen Designer Outlet centre, which offers shoppers some great discounts of clothing and accessories. There are also several markets on different days throughout the week, so choosing some fresh local produce is simple. Swindon’s heritage as a railway town means that it is home to the Steam Museum of the Great Western Railways. Housed within a restored Grade II listed building, the museum is a great family day out, allowing all ages to climb aboard some famous locomotives and to try your hand at being an engine driver.

Transport Connections in Swindon

Aside from all that Swindon has to offer, new houses for sale in Swindon also benefit from their close proximity to excellent road and public transport links. The M4 motorway, which runs between London and South Wales, is easily accessible from Swindon, allowing you to be in either location within approximately 2 hours. With simple access to the A420 (for the M40 motorway) and the A419 (for a number of other ‘A’ roads), other major towns, including Banbury, Royal Leamington Spa and Gloucester are all within easy reach.

Swindon’s rail connections are both extensive and reliable. Direct trains to London Paddington take approximately 1 hour, while a direct service to Birmingham New Street station will take around 2 hours.

Bus services in Swindon are also wide and dependable, so getting around and out of the town is a simple journey. For air travel, Bristol Airport, at approximately 47 miles away, is the closest airport, offering flights to a number of European destinations.