The development is situated in a popular and well established residential area of Devizes and backs onto the Kennet & Avon Canal; part of a waterway joining London to Bristol and famed for its flight of twenty-nine locks, an engineering and aesthetic marvel walking distance from the town, and a paradise for canoeists, barges and anglers.
Featuring a wealth of listed buildings and a weekly market, the bustling town enjoys a beautiful setting amidst Wiltshire’s chalk downlands criss-crossed by ancient byways and prehistoric earthworks providing a scenic playground for walkers and cyclists. Cultural facilities include a museum, active theatre, cinema and vibrant live-music scene. The town centre offers a wide range of amenities including a choice of supermarkets, independent shops, a modern leisure centre with indoor swimming pool, public library, and schooling for all age groups. The major centres of Bath, Salisbury, Swindon, Marlborough and Chippenham are all within a 30-mile radius.
Junction 17 of the M4 motorway lies around 17 miles to the north with the M3 motorway via the A303 to the south. Mainline railway services to London Paddington are available in Pewsey, Chippenham and Westbury, also from Andover to Waterloo.
There are a number of nearby primary and secondary schools nearby including St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School less than half a mile away and Devizes School (with a Sixth Form) can be found a mile from St Peter’s School.