Just 6 miles south of Marlborough and 20 miles west of Newbury,??St Dunstan's Place??is located in the beautiful village of Burbage. Offering a selection of beautifully-designed two bedroom bungalows and three and four bedroom properties, this collection of new homes will offer something for everyone.
The village of Burbage is a sought-after location in the county of Wiltshire and is rightfully proud of its accolade of 'winner of the Best Kept Large Village' competition in 2013 and 2014. Located in the heart of the North Wessex Downs and in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it's plain to see that the local community takes great pride in their well-kept village.
There are plenty of local amenities close to St Dunstan's Place including a Post Office, Burbage Primary School (with its glowing Ofsted 'good' report), doctor's surgery, garage and village shop.
Our selection of expertly-crafted Charles Church homes, together with the outstanding location, means that St Dunstan's Place could be a great place to call home.
Arrange an appointment today to come and speak??with one of our friendly sales advisors.
Burbage has a post office and village shop and, just 4.5 miles away, Pewsey has a further selection of shops and
eateries. 6 miles to
the north is the market town of Marlborough, offering a wide selection of shops as well as plenty of pubs
and restaurants. The larger centres of Swindon, Newbury and Salisbury
are all within easy reach.
Nestled in the Vale of Pewsey in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty,
it???s no surprise the area is extremely popular with outdoor enthusiasts.
The Kennet & Avon Canal stretches from East Grafton to Devizes,
linking attractions such as the historic village of Pewsey, the Wilton
Windmill and Crofton Beam Engines. And there???s fun to be had exploring
the area's famous white horse carvings at Alton Barnes, Pewsey and
Marlborough. So, whether it???s cycling, walking, riding, paragliding,
canoeing or barge trips, there???s plenty to satisfy all ages and
There are some fantastic attractions worth exploring in the local
area including: Longleat House and Safari Park, Bowood House and
Gardens, Salisbury Cathedral, Roman Baths in Bath, Stonehenge and
Avebury Stone Circles. Plenty to keep the whole family amused year
Living at St Dunstan's Place means you???ll be well connected.
Junction 14 of the M4 motorway is about 12 miles to the northeast and the M3 is
also within easy reach. You???ll find rail links close-by at Pewsey or Great
Bedwyn with a journey time of just over one hour to London Paddington.
If you like your mode of transport to be of the more
relaxing kind then the Kennet and Avon canal,
one of the country's most beautiful waterways, runs adjacent to the village.