Persimmon Homes - St Peters Place, SP2
Prices from £259,995 to £364,995
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St Peters Place is located in Fugglestone Red, a popular area just a short distance from Salisbury city centre. Phase 3 of this exciting new development will offer a variety of beautiful homes to suit professionals, families and those looking to downsize.
It's only a short car or bus journey into Salisbury city centre. There you've got high street brands, lots of independent shops, a big open market in the central square – which is surrounded by bars and cafés. Once you're in the centre, everything is within easy walking distance. The stunning cathedral, the cathedral green, and the peaceful water meadows, all add up to this being a lovely city to call home. Salisbury is on the South West main train line with regular services to Waterloo, and it's an easy drive to join the A303. With lovely countryside all around, this is a great place to live.
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'll also offer new amenities. These will include facilities for new shops, a new primary school and enhanced academy provision, large areas of open green space, sports pitches and a network of footpaths and cycle ways. For those who enjoy getting out and about, St Peters Place offers endless outdoor leisure opportunities, from boating on the beautiful River Avon to walking and mountain biking across Salisbury Plain and in the surrounding countryside. Nearby Old Sarum Castle is a must-visit - an enormous Iron Age hill fort which became a medieval settlement and now contains the ancient ruins of a large castle – perfect for explorers of all ages.
Along with proposed local shops on your doorstep, Salisbury's city centre and its attractive medieval streets make an excellent place to shop. There are hundreds of stores; small and large, national brands and independent, meaning there's something for everyone. There are also three shopping centres and a fantastic market in the main square.
This is a good location 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 park and ride is very convenient, and there are cycle lanes in and around the city. For those looking to go further afield, Salisbury is ideally located with easy access to Bristol to the west, Bournemouth on the coast, and Basingstoke, Winchester, Portsmouth and London to the east.