Where Fields And Trees Meet Ancient City

Look at a satellite image of the ancient city of Salisbury and you might notice - in the south western tip - a small triangle of land near Harnham Hill that juts out into the beautiful Wiltshire farmland.

This is the point at which this lovely old city becomes rolling countryside.

This is Bouverie Walk.

Linden Homes has skilfully turned this distinctive triangle of land into an astonishing collection of really beautiful buildings. There are just 13 houses here consisting of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom detached homes.

The attractive, traditional exteriors don’t prepare you for the light and airy contemporary spaciousness inside: These homes have been really thoughtfully designed with the modern family in mind. While each home at Bouverie Walk is different, all of them share the high specification interiors that are the trade mark of this award winning house builder.

Because they are brand new homes, there is no expensive refurbishment and very little maintenance – details that would resonate with anyone who is currently struggling to run and maintain a much older property, or keep a very large and unruly garden under control.

One very practical aspect of new homes like these is their energy efficiency – which helps to keep the fuel bills down. Each house has the highest quality insulation, a Grade A energy efficient gas-fired boiler and stylish uPVC double glazed windows.

Each one also has meticulous security measures and up to date wiring – which takes into account modern connectivity requirements. Every new Linden Home has a ten year NHBC builders’ warranty and the energy efficient AEG kitchen appliances; the Electrolux washer dryer; American style fridge freezer and CDA under counter wine cooler are all guaranteed.

When you leave your home at Bouverie Walk and head north east towards the heart of Salisbury, you cross the River Avon - one of the five rivers that converge in this city –and the famous water meadows, immortalised by John Constable, come into view.

Bouverie Walk is also very close to the city’s excellent selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and supermarkets: Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s and a large Waitrose are less than three miles away.

An apparent contradiction in terms, Bouverie Walk offers city living, in the country.

For commuters, the railway station is less than two miles away from Bouverie Walk and is a key intersection on Britain’s main east-west and north-south lines. London Waterloo is an hour and a half away by direct train. Salisbury has good road links in all directions: The A30, A338, A36 (which leads to the M27) and the M3. In the north of the city, the A303 leads to the M3, the West Country and London (heading east).

For more information on these splendid homes, or to find out more about Bouverie Walk, please call 01722 333891 or visit the sales and marketing suite on site. It is open every day from 10am to 5pm (4pm on Fridays).

-ENDS-

For further information, contact Claire McCowan or Tracy Mannion at Remarkable Public Relations on 01962 893 893 or Claire.mccowan@remarkablegroup.co.uk

11 October 2012

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