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Despite the difficult financial climate, the average cost of a house in Wiltshire rose 3.2% to £241,738 in the past year.*
City life or the quiet life Whether you prefer the buzz of city life in Salisbury and Swindon or to be quietly nestled in one of the county's numerous country villages, one thing's for sure: in Wiltshire you're never far away from a tea room.
And afterwards, you can burn off the calories by walking or cycling along the 8,000 paths and trails through glorious countryside.
A wonder of the world on your doorstep As well as the iconic World Heritage site at Stonehenge, there's plenty to keep the whole family entertained, including:
the mysterious stone circle at Avebury
the lions of Longleat
the eight White Horses carved into the district's landscape
Salisbury Cathedral, the tallest spire in Britain (404ft).
A county fit for a King In the north of the county, the Saxon market town of Malmesbury is literally fit for a King: it's the final resting place of Athelstan, the first King of all England.
While in the South, as you walk the grounds of the 14th and 18th century castles at Wardour you'll feel like you've gone back in time.
Find out more... We're confident you'll discover your dream new home in Wiltshire with Linden Homes.
If you require further information on any of our properties, please contact us. After all, our goal is simple: to provide you with the perfect new home.
*Source: Land registry of UK and Wales, Crown copyright