Charles Church - St Peters Place, SP2
St Peter's Place is located in Fugglestone Red, a popular area just a short distance from Salisbury city centre. This exciting new development will offer a variety of beautiful new homes to suit professionals, families on the move and those looking to downsize. There will truly be something for everyone.
- Great choice of schooling nearby for children of all ages
- Surrounded by stunning Wiltshire countryside
- Salisbury train station a short drive away
- Sought-after location in between Old Sarum and Wilton
- Close to Salisbury city centre
This development is a special collection of homes because it offers the opportunity to be part of a thoughtfully-designed new community. Built to complement its existing surroundings whilst conserving and enhancing the natural environment, it will also offer new modern amenities. These will include local centre facilities to entice new shops and employment; a new primary school and enhanced academy provision; large areas of open green space; sport pitches, and a network of footpaths and cycle ways.
St Peter's Place boasts a stunning rural location close to the city of Salisbury, making it an ideal choice for those wishing to be in beautiful surroundings whilst being close to the bustle of a city centre.
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For those who enjoy the outdoors, St Peter's Place offers endless outdoor leisure opportunities from boating on the beautiful River Avon to walking and mountain biking across the Salisbury Plain and the nearby countryside.
Old Sarum Castle is a must to visit and is right on the doorstep; an enormous Iron Age Hillfort of Old Salisbury, which became a medieval settlement and now contains the ancient ruins of a large castle. A gift shop and ice-creams are available - run by the English Heritage.
Salisbury offers a number of nearby Health and Fitness clubs along with Golf Courses.
Salisbury Cathedral with its breathtaking medieval structure and the city’s amazing architecture is coupled with a host of stylish bars, restaurants. There is also a defined art culture, with many art galleries, exhibitions, festivals, theatres, and a cinema.
Along with local shops on your doorstep, Salisbury’s city centre and its medieval layout of the streets make an excellent place to shop. There are hundreds of shops, small and large, chained and independent, making there something for everyone. There are also three shopping centres offering a wide array of retailers.
St Peter's Place is good for commuters with convenient links to both the A36 and A303. Access to Salisbury City centre via the A360 is also easy. To avoid city centre traffic, the city’s first park and ride is now operational and cycle lane provisions have also been implemented in and around the city. For those looking to go further afield, Salisbury is ideally located with easy access to Bristol and Bournemouth to the west, and Basingstoke, Winchester, Portsmouth and London to the east.
For destinations further afield, there are airports in nearby Southampton, Bournemouth, with London airports also easily accessible.
Approximate travel distance by car to:
- Salisbury city centre: 4 miles
- Salisbury train station: 3.6 miles
- Winchester: 27.4 miles
- Southampton: 27.6 miles
- Bournemouth: 33 miles
Images depict typical Charles Church house type. All room dimensions are subject to +/- 50mm tolerance. This information is for guidance only and does not form any part of any contract or constitute a warranty. All information correct at time of publication and is subject to change. Please check specification by contacting the development directly.