Hilperton is a charming village located on the north-easterly edge of Trowbridge. The village benefits from a traditional pub and a village hall holding regular community events. The Kennet and Avon Canal lies to the north of the village, providing fishing, recreational boat hire and picturesque walks.
Trowbridge has a historic past and has been connected to weaving for over a thousand years which has left a rich and notable architectural legacy, ranging from the late sixteenth century to the mid-nineteenth century. The town has a wide range of businesses including the major banks, legal and financial services, as well as being home to Wiltshire Council. Trowbridge is also proud to be a Fairtrade town.
The village benefits from an Ofsted rated ‘good with outstanding features’ primary school. Secondary schools can be found in Trowbridge.
The development is easily accessible from the M4 and the A303 gives access to the M3.
Trowbridge has a railway station providing regular services to London to the east. Salisbury and Southampton to the south and Bath and Bristol to the northwest.