House 23, The Pine
An exclusive collection of just 58 thoughtfully designed new homes surrounded by an historic estate and acres of parkland, Burderop Park is located on the edge of the Marlborough Downs within the North Wessex Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This tranquil development offers expertly crafted and superbly appointed new build properties for sale in Wiltshire, from two-bedroom terraces to four-bedroom detached houses, all with parking. With beautifully landscaped spaces for residents to enjoy, including a private residents’ green at the hub of this new community, Burderop Park promises to be a truly special place to live.
Each home has been individually designed to offer the very best in contemporary living. From light-filled living areas to stylish kitchens, luxuriously appointed bathrooms, generous gardens and off-street parking – every detail has been carefully considered. Sophisticated interiors blend perfectly with expertly crafted exteriors to create stylish homes with timeless appeal.
Burderop Park is perfectly placed, with a plethora of nearby amenities, restaurants and shopping opportunities in Wroughton, Chiseldon and Marlborough. Burderop Park has great road connections to Bristol, Reading, London and Heathrow. Additionally, Swindon is less than five miles away and its train station provides a frequent service to London, Cardiff and many other key destinations.
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The Pine | 3-bedroom Show Home
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House 23, The Pine
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The Rowan (Plot 33)
• Contemporary handleless flat matt doors in soft pale grey
• Four/Five bedroom homes have an additional feature kitchen door in a soft taupe colour
• Silestone worktops, upstand and hob splashback
• Bosch induction hob
• Single oven and combination microwave*
• Fully integrated Zanussi dishwasher and fridge/freezer
• Four/Five bedroom homes feature an American style fridge/freezer
*Kitchen designs and layouts vary, please speak to our Sales Executives for further information
• Brassware from Vado in chrome finish, monobloc mixer taps and thermostatic showers with concealed shower valves
• Modern wall hung Laufen Pro sanitaryware
• Chrome shaver sockets
• Porcelain tiles to bathroom and en-suite walls
• White-washed oak finish laminate flooring to open plan living, kitchen and dining areas with 20-year warranty*
• All stairs, bedrooms and separate living rooms have 100% textured wool carpets in a neutral colour
• Porcelain floor tiles to hall, all bathrooms, en-suites and WCs
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• Fitted wardrobes with glass sliding doors to principal bedroom
• Dressing rooms, where present, are fitted with open shelves and hanging rails
• Fitted wardrobes to the second bedroom in four/five bedroom homes
• Accessible lofts to certain properties with fitted loft ladders
• Traditional four panel internal doors painted in grey with polished chrome ironmongery
• Walls, skirting and architrave painted in a contemporary white
• Brickwork walls with contrasting brick features*
• Natural handmade clay or slate roof tiles
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• Traditional profile windows with satin finish ironmongery
• Sash windows with polished chrome ironmongery to most homes*
• French doors to patio in agate grey uPVC
• Timber front entrance doors painted in black green
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• Combination gas boiler
• Underfloor heating to ground floor, radiators to upper floors
• Open flue system with bespoke timber fireplace surround to some homes. This allows buyer to potentially install a log burner
• Thermostats to all heating zones, with smart thermostats to four/five bedroom homes
• Combination of recessed downlights to most kitchen areas, all bathrooms and en-suites
• Pendant light fittings to all other rooms
• External lighting to front door
• All garages and carports have lighting and a power supply, as well as remote controlled garage doors
• All homes feature intruder alarms and mains operated smoke detectors
• Google Nest Hello smart doorbell
• 2-year defects liability and 10-year structural warranty from Q Assure
• All private gardens are turfed*
• Pathways and patio areas will be laid with Raj Indian sandstone paving slabs
*Turf will be time of year dependant
• Open Fibre Networks infrastructure provides fibre broadband, TV, Sky & telephone services to all homes and offers a variety of internet service providers to choose from
• Homes are connected to Terrestrial TV, Freeview and Sky Q
• Sky cabling to living room
• Provision for electric car charging to each home. Where parking spaces are not on a specific plot, either a conduit or an electric cable is taken from the home to the parking space to allow car charging to be installed at later date. Owners are responsible for installing any electric car charging cabling and equipment as required. The infrastructure has been designed to provide enough capacity to allow all homes to charge an electric car
At One With Nature
Rolling hills, sweeping vistas, wild woodland trails; it’s all here. There really is no better place for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. The North Wessex Downs has an array of walking, cycling and horse riding trails to discover. Admire a variety of flora and fauna alongside wildlife habitats nestled throughout the area’s vast number of nature reserves.
Within a few miles of Burderop Park, several thriving villages epitomise the quintessential English lifestyle. Wroughton is just a five-minute drive away where you will find independent stores and supermarkets for those everyday essentials. Slightly further afield is the rural market town of Marlborough, with its fine selection of characterful shops and cafés.
Swindon’s designer outlet has a variety of well-known brands including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer, as well as a number of health, beauty and fashion stores lining the Parade. For even more choice, Cirencester is just a 30-minute drive away which offers an array of high-end and high street brands as well as a bustling weekly market.
Burderop Park is located just five miles to the south of Swindon’s town centre and its mainline rail station, which connects to London and Bristol. What’s more you’ll be two miles east of the village of Wroughton, and two miles west of Chiseldon village, placing you within easy reach of local amenities.
A Breath-Taking Setting
With these new homes nestled within acres of parkland and the Marlborough Downs within easy reach, Burderop Park promises to be a truly special place to live. Additionally, several thriving villages including Wroughton, Chiseldon and Marlborough are just a few miles away.
Space To Flourish
With outdoor space for everyone to enjoy, days can be spent exploring leafy glades, cycling muddy trails or quietly watching the abundance of wildlife. Whatever you choose to do, this secluded setting is the ideal place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
A Wonderful Community
Community is at the heart of Burderop Park, with ample space to come together. A resident’s green will be at the hub of this new community, where family and friends can gather to picnic or where children can explore and make new friends in the natural play area.
An Historic Estate
Be part of history at Burderop Park, a special story that dates back hundreds of years. City & Country is breathing new life into this ancient estate to preserve its future by creating a selection of contemporary homes and new facilities.
We loved the setting, it’s so tranquil, but still close to local amenities & it’s great having large social spaces downstairs. It means we can have our extended family around & all gather together comfortably. The Burderop estate has a lovely community feel & the residents have been tremendously welcoming, social & helpful. We are pleased to have joined a beautiful community to share & contribute to this wonderful location.Jason Kerwin
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The Calley Arms - 1.2 miles
Named after the Calley family who once owned Burderop Park, Suzanna & Paul would like to welcome all to The Calley Arms a proper traditional pub. It’s a very popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike, offering a warm friendly welcome, service and great quality of food.
The Brown Jack - 1.6 miles
Newly renovated, The Brown Jack is a traditional gastro pub that’s the perfect place for casual dining with friends.
The Fox & Hounds – 2 miles
Nestled in the hillside, The Fox & Hounds at Wroughton offers a smart, cool interior, an excellent menu and a plentiful range of food and drink.
The Chiseldon House Hotel and Restaurant – 2.1 miles
Provides the ideal setting for Sunday lunch or afternoon tea with the family.
The Plough on the Hill – 2.6 miles
You can sit back and relax in our bar with a real fire burning when it’s winter time or, come summer, enjoy a drink in our beer garden, with its quite brilliant views of the Wiltshire Downs, plus its dog friendly.
Copacabana Restaurant – 2.9 miles
Serving traditional Brazilian food, this restaurant showcases flavours, diversity, quality ingredients and makes you feel at home.
The Tuppenny – 3.4 miles
Famous for stocking the best range of craft beeer and cider that you will find in Old Town, the perfect place to white away some time alone or with friends and relax.
The Vault – 3.5 miles
Enjoy fine spirits & cocktails in a cosy speakeasy setting based in the heart of Old Town.
La Strada Restaurant & Bar – 5 miles
An exquisite Italian restaurant, who pride themselves on creating a warm atmosphere with elegant service and attention to detail.
The Plough Inn – 6.2 miles
The Plough Inn is a family friendly, beautiful, thatched roof pub with open fires, serving great fresh food set in the lovely village of Wanborough.
The White Hart – 6.6 miles
At The White Hart, they take pride in the food served, from their presentation to locally sourced produce. Plus, their menus have a spine of classic British dishes that we are sure you will love.
Sapore D’Italia – 9.3 miles
Sapore D’Italia is an authentic Italian restaurant in the quaint, market town of Marlborough.
Rick Stein’s Seafood Brasserie – 9.4 miles
Boasts an international reputation for serving the freshest fish and shellfish, Head Chef Pete Murt and our team celebrate Cornish produce, with ingredients sourced locally to create simple seafood dishes and classic flavours.
Pino’s – 9.4 miles
A family run restaurant which serves fresh, great Italian food, making their own pasta and pizza bases from scratch every day.
Dans at The Crown – 9.4 miles
An independent restaurant in Marlborough with delightful food, cooked with care and passion.
Hilliers Small Plates & Wine - 9.6 miles
Serving a menu of signature small plates from dawn ’til dusk.
Bow Belles – 9.7 miles
A café during the day, wine and cocktail bar at night with an elegant ambience and selection of guest chefs, a place all the locals love to visit.
The Bell at West Overton – 11.8 miles
The Bell provides quality classic food that’s freshly cooked from locally sourced fresh produce with a wonderful, creative seasonal menu.
The Who’d A Thought It Pub – 13.5 miles
The Who’d A is at heart a traditional village pub, dating back to the eighteenth century, where the menus change frequently to take advantage of seasonal ingredients.
The White Horse Inn – 13.6 miles
An award winning restaurant, recently awarded two AA rosettes, their goal is to deliver great tasting dishes that everyone can enjoy.
Wroughton - 1.8 miles
Wroughton is just a five-minute drive away where you will find shops, independent stores and supermarkets for those everyday essentials.
Chiseldon - 2 miles
Chiseldon is just two miles away where you’ll find Three Trees Farm Shop and Café, ideal for perusing fresh local produce.
Swindon - 3.7 miles
The Brunel Shopping Centre, Old Town Shopping district and Orbital Shopping Park are all excellent shopping destinations for clothing, groceries, home goods, plus there is plenty of opportunities to grab a bite to eat. Additionally, Swindon’s designer outlet has a variety of well known brands including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer, as well as a number of health, beauty and fashion stores lining the Parade.
Marlborough - 9.4 miles
In the picturesque market town of Marlborough you’ll experience a totally different shopping experience, with quirky stores and independent boutiques weaved amongst the historic buildings and streets alongside a number of well-known chains.
Chippenham - 21.5 miles
Borough Parade has a fantastic line up of shops including Waitrose, New Look, Waterstones, Robert Dyas, and Specsavers to name just a few. The centre is also home to a bustling Café Nero, as well an eclectic mix of independent boutiques, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Cirencester - 21.7 miles
Cirencester is just a 30-minute drive away which offers an array of high-end and high street brands as well as a bustling weekly market. Popular with locals, the market is in town every Monday and Friday and plays host to an eclectic range of sellers and stalls. These offer everything from indoor plants, household items to street food and fresh fruit and vegetables.
Bath - 35.6 miles
Bath is packed with retailers large and small, from one of-a-kind independent boutiques to major high street names. Whatever you’re looking for – antiques, arts and crafts, books, fashion, foodie emporiums, jewellery, vintage clothing and quirky one-offs you’ll be sure to find what you’re looking for in Bath. In particular, SouthGate, a lively retail complex which is home to big brands like Urban Outfitters, H&M, Topshop and many more.
The Ridgeway School & Sixth Form College – 1.6 miles
Wroughton Infant School – 1.7 miles
Wroughton Preschool - 1.8 miles
Wroughton Junior School - 2.1 miles
Chiseldon Primary School (State Primary) - 2.5 miles
Busy Bees Nursery - 3.5 miles
Lawn Primary - 4.7 miles
Mountford Manor Primary School - 5.1 miles
Oak Tree Nursery and Primary School - 5.4 miles
St George & St Andrew C Of E Primary School - 5.6 miles
St Mary’s Catholic Primary School - 6 miles
Brook Field Primary School - 6.8 miles
Pinewood (Private Preparatory) - 9.1 miles
Brandon Forest School (State Secondary) - 9.1 miles
Marlbourough College (Private Secondary) - 9.8 miles
Radley College (Private Secondary) - 33.8 miles
St. Mary's Calne (Private Secondary) - 15.9 miles
Dauntsey’s (Private Secondary) - 23.2 miles
Downe House (Private Secondary) - 26.5 miles
University of Oxford - 34.4 miles
University of Bath - 35.5 miles
University of Bristol - 41.3 miles
Swindon Softball League – 2.2 miles
Join the Swindon Softball team, a friendly softball league based in Swindon. The only softball leaque in the town with those playing from a variety of abilities from complete beginners to players on the Great Britain Team, you’ll be sure to want to get involved and learn a new skill.
Barbury Shooting School - 2.9 miles
Situated on the Marlborough Downs, you can take part in clay shooting, archery, air rifles and simulated game days.
Barbury Castle - 3.1 miles
Barbury Castle is a scheduled hill fort situated in Wiltshire, it is one of several such forts found along the ancient Ridgeway route.
Draycot Aerodrome – 3.3 miles
The Airfield is located in the heart of the picturesque Wiltshire Downs adjacent to the famous Ridgeway and provides the perfect back drop for picnics and a convenient base for walking.
Liddington Castle – 3.4 miles
The hillfort, occupies a flat plateau on the northern scarp of the Wiltshire chalklands on the summit of Liddington Hill from which there are extensive views north and west across the Thames valley and south across the Marlborough Downs, perfect for spending time as a family.
Broome Manor Golf Complex – 3.5 miles
Broome Manor Golf Club is a stunning 24 hole municipal Golf Course in Swindon open 7 days a week. Broome Manor Golf Club is much more than just a Golf Course, with a 36 bay floodlit Driving Range, Gym, Café, two function rooms available for hire, a fully stocked Pro Shop run by American Golf and Lessons by Swindon Premier Golf Academy.
Wyvern Theatre – 4.2 miles
An auditorium with 635 seats and every seat is designed to be no further than 70ft from the stage. The venue offers a mixed programme of concerts, comedy, dance, drama, musical theatre and local amateur productions.
Swindon Town Football Club – 4.4 miles
Support the local team by becoming a season ticket holder and enjoy many games throughout the year.
Studley Grange – 4.5 miles
Find everything for your private garden in your new home at Burderop Park plus grab a bite to eat in the garden centre; let the kids burn off their energy in the brand-new Soft Play; get creative in the Craft Village or enjoy a trip in the tropics in the Butterfly World followed by some wonderful fresh air outside in the Farm Park, where there are animals of all sizes galore. All-in-all, a great day out for all the family!
Coate Water Country Park – 4.7 miles
One of the most cherished places in town, its perfect for walking the dogs or introducing your children to the variety of wildlife there. The 56 acre reservoir is ringed by a charming woodland walk, there are also crazy golf courses and a splash park open in the summer months, both will be sure to put a smile on your face.
Swindon Cricket Club – 4.7 miles
Catch a game of the local cricket team or even join the club to take part in some fun-filled training.
Basset Down Golf Complex – 4.8 miles
Set under the backdrop of the North Chalk Down on the outskirts of Swindon, this 9 hole, 3,170 yard course sits on 100 acres of mature parkland and offers something for every golfer. A combination of the natural contours of the land, mature trees, hedgerows and water features make our 9 holes an interesting course with a variety of obstacles to keep you on your toes.
Richard Jefferies Museum – 5.1 miles
A quaint museum in a 17th century thatched cottage, dedicated to the life and works of Richard Jeffries, a Victorian naturalist and author known for his beloved renderings of the Wiltshire countryside.
Jolly Roger Adventure – 5.4 miles
Perfect for a fun-filled day out for your children and their friends, with bouncy castles, slides and climbing nets, plus arcade games and café in indoor play arena.
Cineworld Swindon – 5.8 miles
Watch the latest blockbuster movie in the multi-screen cinema in the town centre.
Link Centre – 6 miles
A wonderful leisure hub with facilities including a library, ice rink, swimming pool, trampoline park and café.
Lydiard Park – 6.9 miles
There’s a high ropes course for almost all ages and abilities and there’s always something going on at Lydiard Park. Those not wanting to swing through the trees, can visit Lydiard House, the beautiful walled garden with its tea rooms and café, the beautiful lake and over 260 acres of parkland. There is also a great children’s play area for the little ones.
Marlborough Golf Club - 8.9 miles
Founded in 1888, Marlborough has established itself as one of the finest courses in Wiltshire. Set on the edge of the historic town of Marlborough, it offers tree-lined fairways on the front nine holes followed by a back nine played on 120 year old, wonderfully springy turf. The unique clubhouse sits at the high point of the course with a bar, restaurant and veranda on the first floor providing the very best opportunity to enjoy the panoramic scenery.
Avebury Manor – 9.5 miles
An ancient stone circle, museum and manor house in the heart of the Avebury World Heritage Site.
West Kennet Long Barrow – 11.7 miles
Discover one of the largest, most impressive and most accessible Neolithic chambered tombs in Britain.
Ashdown – 11.9 miles
Tour Ashdown house to see the magnificent 17th century oak and elm staircase, family portraits and the hunting trophies of Elizabeth of Bohemia plus so much more or enjoy the surrounding woodland that will be sure to take your breath away.
Valley of Stones – 12.7 miles
Explore this ancient historical place, where the surroundings are covered by thousands of sarsen stones carried here by glaciers when Britain was in the grip of the Ice Age some 30 million years ago – it’s a very unusual landscape you must see.
Bus Stop - Immediately Outside Burderop Park
Swindon Station - 4.6 miles
Provides regular connections to key destinations including Cheltenham Spa, Bristol Temple Meads, and London Paddington.
Hungerford Train Station – 16 miles
Bedwyn Train station – 16.2 miles
Chippenham Train Station – 21.7 miles
Newbury Train Station – 25 miles
A346 - 2.4 miles
M4 Junction 15 - 3.1 miles
A419 - 4.3 miles
A420 - 6.8 miles
Bristol Airport – 49.1 miles
Southampton Airport – 58.6 miles
Bournemouth International Airport – 62.5 miles
Heathrow Airport – 64.6 miles
London Luton Airport – 94.4 miles
The earliest record of Burderop dates from 1219 when it existed as Burithorp in the west of the parish of Chiseldon. Between 1305 and 1355 land belonging to the Cardeville family, including the land that is now Burderop was given to Hyde Abbey and became known as Burderop Manor.
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