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Shared Ownership Wiltshire

Nevill Court
Shared ownership

Nevill Court

Amesbury, Salisbury

2

1

Minimum deposit

£3,300

40% Share from

£66,000

Full price

£165,000

Palmer Way
Shared ownership

Palmer Way

Salisbury SP4 6RJ, Salisbury

2

1

Minimum deposit

£3,600

40% Share from

£72,000

Full price

£180,000

Nicolson Vale
Shared ownership

Nicolson Vale

Nicolson Vale, Salisbury

2

1

Minimum deposit

£3,700

40% Share from

£74,000

Full price

£185,000

Nicolson Vale
Shared ownership

Nicolson Vale

new home

Nicholson Vale, Salisbury

2

1

Minimum deposit

£3,700

40% Share from

£74,000

Full price

£185,000

Langley Point
Shared ownership

Langley Point

new home

Foundry Lane, Chippenham

2

1

Minimum deposit

£5,775

50% Share from

£115,500

Full price

£231,000

Middleton Terrace
Shared ownership

Middleton Terrace

Salisbury SP4 6PJ, Salisbury

2

1

Minimum deposit

£4,700

40% Share from

£94,000

Full price

£235,000

Shared Ownership in Wiltshire

There’s something to be said for country living: more space, swathes of greenery, serene walks, snug pubs. And in Wiltshire you have all of this, plus real character. Pitched in the west country and nudging the Cotswolds Hills, the county has an intriguing backstory with some of the UK’s most compelling historical sites. In Salisbury (a city that’s been named the best place to live in the UK, according to the Sunday Times), you’ll find an enthralling architectural landscape that runs through the ages, including the 800-year-old looming cathedral with Britain’s tallest spire. And in between, chocolate box villages, stately country piles and market towns that sit among the patchwork scenery.

Part-Buy Part-Rent Wiltshire

If you want to buy a property in one of the UK’s most intriguing counties, a brand-new home could be yours – even if you’re not earning mega bucks. With a handful of excellent properties for sale via the shared ownership route, Wiltshire is a veritable hunting ground for wannabe homeowners. Around a mile from Marlborough’s high street – a pretty town on the historic road from Bath to London – there’s Malberg Grange: an assortment of plush new houses that’ll sit beside an ecological wildlife area. On the outskirts of Salisbury, Longhedge Village is a large new community with a country feel. On completion, there will be walking and cycling routes, a new school and play park, and the design-conscious properties have been fitted with high ceilings, wide staircases, bifold doors leading to patios, island kitchens and plenty of built-in storage, plus parking spaces.  

Transport links

Transport-wise, Wiltshire is served by fast and regular rail services: journeys to London Paddington take around 55 minutes from Swindon and 70 minutes from Chippenham; those to London Waterloo from Salisbury take 90 mins and 103 minutes from Tisbury. There’s also a wider network with links down to Weymouth and Southampton and surrounding areas. Wiltshire is also close to the M4, connecting to London and Heathrow, and the M3 which serves the south of the county.

So what are you waiting for? There are dozens of properties for sale in Wiltshire. Get in touch with Keaze today to guide you through the process and you’ll be onto a winner.