An exclusive collection of just 58 thoughtfully designed new build homes by City & Country, from two-bedroom terraces to five-bedroom detached houses, is being launched this month.
Burderop Park is located on the edge of the Marlborough Downs within the North Wessex Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Surrounded by an historic estate and boasting acres of open space with footpath routes throughout the parkland, along with extensive open and landscaped spaces for residents to enjoy – Burderop Park promises to be a truly special place to live.
Combining elegant facades and traditional materials with contemporary interiors and a high specification, this beautiful collection of thoughtfully designed homes offers something to suit every lifestyle. Each home has been individually designed to offer the very best in contemporary living.
From light filled living areas to stylish kitchens, luxuriously appointed bathrooms, generous gardens and off-street parking – every detail has been carefully considered. Sophisticated interiors blend perfectly with beautifully crafted exteriors combine to create stylish homes with timeless appeal.
There are an abundance of nearby amenities, restaurants and shopping opportunities in Wroughton, Chiseldon and Marlborough. Also close by is Barbury Castle, a historical landmark, one of several forts located along the ancient track The Ridgeway.
Burderop Park has great road connections to Bristol, Reading, London and Heathrow. Additionally, nearby Swindon train station provides a frequent service to Cheltenham Spa, London, Cardiff and many other key destinations. There are bus stops located immediately outside Burderop Park, connecting to central Swindon and nearby villages.
The earliest record of Burderop dates from 1219 when it existed as Burithorp in the west of the parish of Chiseldon. Between 1305 and 1355 land belonging to the Cardeville family including the land that is now Burderop was given to Hyde Abbey and became known as Burderop Manor.
City & Country has a desire and genuine passion to viably conserve, restore and newly create Britain’s architectural heritage. Embracing the best of the present, through exceptional design and build standards, they sensitively add value to very special places; to be enjoyed today and cherished by future generations.