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Launching 2024

Tiger Moth Fields is a proposed development of new homes to be situated in the village of Lyneham, Wiltshire. This development is set to offer a range of 3, 4, and 5-bedroom homes, appealing to many p... Read more ›

Features

  • 3, 4, and 5-bedroom homes
  • Rural location
  • Proximity to Cotswolds and North Wessex Downs
  • Well-regarded local schools
  • Electric vehicle charging points

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Chippenham Road
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Wiltshire
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Stylish new homes in Wiltshire

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Tiger Moth Fields will be situated between the Cotswolds and North Wessex Downs, just three miles south of the M4, and a 23-minute drive away from Swindon town centre. The development will be well supplied for everyday amenities by the local village centres of Lyneham and Church End, while the rural surroundings mean outdoor leisure is available in abundance.

History and culture are on the doorstep, with North Wessex Downs Area of Natural Beauty containing a number of historic landmarks and picturesque landscapes. The vibrant metropolitan city of Bristol is under 40 minutes’ drive from the development, offering some of the finest shopping, dining, and culture in the country.

This development falls under the administration of Wiltshire Council.

The local area

  • The Green bus stop
    7 mins
  • Swindon town centre
    24 mins
  • Barbury Castle
    28 mins
  • Bristol city centre
    39 mins
  • Royal Wooten Bassett
    10 mins
  • Bristol Airport
    1 hrs

The rural setting of the development means there is a wealth of outdoor leisure and culture to explore, with two Areas of Natural Beauty within a short drive. The Cotswolds is home to exquisite nature, with several historic landmarks – including the royal residency of Highgrove – dotting the landscape for amazing days out. North Wessex Downs is accessible only four miles east and boasts terrific walking and cycling routes.

Closer to home, the local villages contain a museum and several parks, while there are numerous golf courses within a 10-mile drive for any keen players.

Bristol is only 30 miles west, providing some of the best independent shopping and fine dining in the country, as well as music venues, art galleries, and museums. Additionally, Heathrow Airport is an hour and 17 minutes away in the car and offers tube access across the capital for world-class culture and leisure.

For those with young families, there are a number of nearby schools held in high regard. Lyneham Primary School is a 16-minute walk away for an easy drop-off, while Royal Wooton Basset – just four miles north east – contains Noremarsh Junior School, Wooton Basset Infant School, and St Bartholomew’s Primary Academy.

Secondary school options include Royal Wooton Basset Academy, which is a 22-minute commute on public transport, and Earl Danby Upper School – an 11-minute drive away.

For those looking to pursue higher education, Wiltshire College and University centre is in Chippenham, 10 miles away from the development. Additionally, Royal Agricultural University Swindon is a 20-minute drive away, while the prestigious University of Oxford is just over an hour’s drive away.

Two local bus stops – The Green and Lyneham Garage – provide regular transport between Chippenham and Swindon, reaching the latter in 37 minutes. Both destinations are home to train stations offering GWR links to destinations including London Paddington, Cardiff Central, and Bristol Temple Meads, with the journey from Swindon to London Paddington taking around 50 minutes.

Cotswold Airport is a half an hour drive from the development and offers high-class domestic flights with state-of-the-art facilities. Bristol Airport is an hour away in the car, providing a terrific range of international flights, while London Heathrow – one of the busiest terminals in the country – is an hour and 17 minutes away in the car. Heathrow also presents the closest connection to the capital’s tube network, linking to the rest of the city.

Tiger Moth Fields is well served by amenities, with the village centre presenting an array of shopping and dining. Andrews Court shopping centre is a six-minute walk from the development, and offers several independent shops, a post office, and a well-known supermarket. Calne Road also hosts convenient shops, as well as local pubs, cafés, takeaways, and restaurants.

Swindon – a 10-mile drive away – offers extensive shopping, with Regent Circus and The Brunel shopping centres containing a comprehensive list of high-street favourites, as well as unique independent retailers. The city centre additionally offers a designer outlet for great deals on big brands, as well as a number of award-winning restaurants and fine dining destinations.

Regular trains run from Swindon to Bristol and London, and both cities present distinctive shopping and dining locations, showcasing world cuisine and independent business in two cities of historic beauty and culture.

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Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.
Sources: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.