Bovis Homes - Longhedge Village, SP4

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Longhedge Village, Salisbury is set in the picturesque Wiltshire countryside just 3 miles from the historic Cathedral city of Salisbury. The city offers a great range of shops, restaurants, leisure facilities and excellent schooling options.

This newly formed development not only offers you the perfect home, but the perfect community as well, with planning for a new school and a delightful playpark. There are also a number of walking and cycling routes, allowing you to make use of the beautiful countryside settings. In addition there are fantastic transport links with easy access to the M27 and other main A roads.

Leisure

Whatever you like doing on your spare time, Salisbury has it all! The Cathedral is home to the 1215 Magna Carta and the city also holds a Purple Flag award as a centre for entertainment and nightlife. The City Hall hosts top acts and there's also theatre, cinema, a nightclub, pubs and bars. Salisbury Arts Centre holds regular events, while sports-lovers can work out at the Five Rivers Leisure Centre or nearby athletics track. Visit the World Heritage Sites of Stonehenge or Avebury, or walk one of the county's 8,000 footpaths that criss-cross three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Education

Old Sarum Primary School, rated 'good' by Ofsted, is about one mile away and once complete Longhedge Village will also offer a new primary school, along with community sports facilities. For senior pupils South Wilts Grammar School for Girls and Bishops Wordsworth's School for boys are both rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted and within the top 100 state secondary schools in the country. Wiltshire College in Salisbury offers full and part-time courses including full Honours degrees.

Shopping

Within two miles of Longhedge Village there's a local Co-op convenience store and you'll find a Waitrose within three miles. Salisbury city offers some great shopping with its bustling, twice-weekly, Charter Markets, the popular Farmer's and Vintage Markets, plus Fisherton Mill art emporium, a choice of one-off independents, and three shopping centres housing high street names such as M&S, H&M, Topshop and TK Maxx. On the edge of the city you'll find retail parks with national giants such as Next, B&Q and Matalan. For some relaxed, riverside shopping, the scenic Wilton Shopping Village boasts Courtyard studios alongside well-known brands.

Transport

The nearby A345 provides easy access to the A338 and M4 in the north and to the A303 and M3 in the north-east. From Salisbury major trunk routes link the area to the south coast, the New Forest and the M27. Salisbury railway station has regular services to Waterloo, a journey of approximately an hour- and-a-half, while Southampton takes about half an hour. For air travel Southampton Airport is less than 30 miles, or catch a ferry from Portsmouth, about 45 miles.