ABOUT Haydon End Farm
A brief Introduction
Haydon End Farm is a unique development of brand new homes and converted farm buildings. Choose from a contemporary terrace, traditionally styled detached home or even a smart barn conversion - Haydon End Farm offers an unrivalled choice of property styles. Countryside feel with town centre convenience surrounded by open green space, you could be forgiven for thinking you’re in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside rather than conveniently located in one of Swindon’s most popular residential areas.
With everything you’d expect from a thriving modern town, Swindon is a great place to call home. A heritage to be proud of Swindon’s long history dates all the way back to 1086, where it is mentioned in the Domesday Book, however, it is probably best-known for it’s role in the industrial revolution where, in the mid 1800’s, it became the centre for Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s Great Western Railway – indeed GWR headquarters are still here to this day.
Employment opportunites abound, with a number of large employees in the area including GWR, The National Trust and Nationwide Building Society, all of which have their headquarters in the town.
Shopping and leisure
When it’s time to relax, Swindon really has got it all, from great bars and restaurants to arts venues, sports centres, cinemas and parks, you really are spoiled for choice. Not to mention the beautiful Wiltshire countryside that’s on your doorstep and waiting to be explored. If shopping is more your thing, then the Orbital Retail Park is within easy walking distance, with a range of shops and restaurants including Europe’s biggest Asda! Just a short trip by car or one of the regular buses that serve the area, Swindon’s ever popular Designer Outlet Village is the perfect destination for fashion and homeware bargains, with over 90 stores and 12 restaurants, it’s the ideal venue for shop-a-holics!
Well connected Geographically, Swindon benefits from a great location between London to the East and Bristol to the West. Transport connections are excellent, with the railway station just a few miles away and easily reached by car or bus providing fast access to London, Reading or Bristol. By road, the A419 is just a couple of miles away and provides quick and convenient access to either the M4 or M5 motorways. For more local transport options, Swindon enjoys an enviable award winning bus service and there is an extensive network of specially built cycle routes, enabling you to get around town without the need for getting in the car.
We Are Here To Help You With Any Questions You May Have
Ran out of milk? Your local shop is the Co-op at taw hill village centre.
Big Shop? Orbital shopping park is just around the corner. Packed with all the shops and brands you’ll ever need including Asda, Boots, Next, M&S, Costa and more.
There are 4 bus stops available within 500 yards (0.3 miles) of Haydon End Farm. The routes available are: 11, 15 & 16 (Click here for more information on bus routes)
Not at the stage in the development, but our selling agents can help you to secure a buyer for your property to put you in the best position possible to proceed with your chosen plot.
Contact our selling agents, Richard James for more information. Click here to get in touch