Description Kavanaghs are delighted to present this impressive and exciting cul-de-sac development offering fourteen contemporary three and four bed houses by the renowned Ashford Homes. Situated close to the town centre within a beautifully mature setting. Early interest is recommended to avoid disappointment.
New development by ashford homes - showhouse open Saturday & Sunday from 11.00AM - 3.00PM
Plot 17 - 1442 sqft 3 Bedroom Semi Detached House with Garage, Parking and Gardens
ashford homes Ashford Homes' unique combination of providing a beautifully constructed, character home in a premier location for a cost-effective price is, without doubt, a winning formula.
Each home is individually designed and before planning permission is sought, the designs are rigorously evaluated, not only for the aesthetics and suitability of the property for its intended environment, but also the functionality and practicality of day to day use. Once these designs are approved, construction is supervised by the management team using skilled and dedicated locally employed teams to carry out the work. The innovative and dynamic approach to these designs result in a far higher specification for the customer than would be found in comparable developments.
When the house is completed, a thorough test of the systems is made on handover to the customer before a detailed package of information, NHBC approvals and system warranties are provided together with a helpful demonstration of their use. Customers invariably take comfort from the fact that Ashford Homes is a local company and with its office located in Melksham is easily accessible for any help that may be required. In addition, although not obliged under the terms of the NHBC warranty to carry out post purchase maintenance and remedial work, Ashford Homes operate a discretionary customer care program which covers the first six months following the sale completion.
Trowbridge, the County Town of Wiltshire, offers a fantastic range of facilities and activities for those who want to live, work or visit.
Trowbridge has a population of around 40,000 and serves a wider area to the west of Wiltshire and the east of Somerset, with excellent public transport links including frequent rail services to London and Wales. It has an excellent range of shops including national chains, supermarkets and local independents as well as an indoor market and weekly outdoor market.
The town has a very historic past and has been connected to weaving for over a thousand years which has left a rich and notable architectural legacy, ranging from the late sixteenth to the mid-nineteenth century, which according to English Heritage 'is a quite exceptional chronological range for industrial buildings'. The town has a wide range of businesses including the major banks, legal and financial services, as well as being home to Wiltshire Council, major employers include Airsprung, Apetito, Royal Mail, Hitachi Capital, Platinum Motor Group and Cereal Partners. Trowbridge is also proud to be a Fairtrade town.
Health and education are well catered for with several gp practices, a minor injuries unit at Trowbridge Community Hospital, a number of dental practices, and other services as well as many primary schools, two academies and a Catholic college, as well as the Trowbridge campus of Wiltshire College.
Directions From the centre of Trowbridge take the A361 Hilperton Road and Elmhurst Gardens will be found on the right hand side immediately after Ravenscroft Gardens and Ravenscroft Nursing Home.
Primary schools Bellefield : Grove : Hilperton : Holbrook : Holt : Keevil : Longmeadow : Mead : Mead (Wingfield) : Newtown : North Bradley : Paxcroft : Southwick : St. John's rc : Staverton : Studley Green : Walwayne Court : West Ashton
secondary schools John Of Gaunt : Clarendon College : St. Augustine's Catholic College
further education Wiltshire College - Trowbridge Campus
twinning associations Trowbridge is twinned with the following towns:
Leer ( Germany)