All of our homes at St Lawrence Place have now been reserved. For details on our future sites, please visit our developments page.
|1||The Alverton||3 Bedroom Detached||Sold|
|2||The Alverton||3 Bedroom Detached||Sold|
|3||The Linwell||3 Bedroom End Terrace||Sold|
|4||The Denman||3 Bedroom Mid Terrace||Sold|
|5||The Denman||3 Bedroom Mid Terrace||Sold|
|6||The Linwell||3 Bedroom End Terrace||Sold|
|7||The Christy||2 Bedroom Detached Chalet Bungalow||Sold|
|8||The Arkle||2 Bedroom Detached Chalet Bungalow||Sold|
With a population of around 2,000 and within easy access of the M5 North, the village boasts a thriving community that enjoys a rural atmosphere.
The area benefits from an array of nearby amenities, including a Village Hall, nearby shops, surgeries and pharmacies.
Nearby Wymans Lane has a play area, football pitches, car park, cricket pitch, informal recreation areas and an urban meadow display during summer months. The Parish Council owns and manages allotments which are rented out by members of the local community.
With predominantly green belt land to the north, the historical centre of the village has been designated as a conservation area. The Norman church of St Lawrence is a prominent feature in the centre of the village.
The village's unique character and appearance has been retained through the dominance of architecturally important buildings and their historic settings.
The parish contains one primary school; Swindon Village Primary. The nearest state secondary schools are All Saints Academy, which is just south of the southern boundary of the parish, in Springbank ward, and Pates Grammar in Hesters Way. Many children also attend Bishops Cleeve and Pittville secondary schools. The parish also houses several early years settings including Swindon Village.