New Build Homes in Swindon

As the largest town in Wiltshire, Swindon is a great place to call home. The town has a population of over 222,000 and is located just 35 miles from both Bristol and Reading and just an hour from London on the train.

With the Cotswolds close by and plenty of green space in and around the town, residents can enjoy the very best of the great outdoors. And with seven “outstanding” schools in the area, Swindon offers plenty for families. At Wain Homes, you’ll find a range of homes for sale in Swindon across our newbuild developments.

There are seven “outstanding” schools in Swindon

Swindon has been classified as the greenest town in England

Both Bristol Airport and Heathrow Airport are just over an hours’ drive away

The town has good transport links to Bristol, Reading and London

Swindon is packed with culture, shopping and things to do



In the last decade Swindon has been named the greenest town in England, due to its many green open spaces – including Queens Park, Shaw Forest Park and Coate Water Country Park – but also due to the town’s green energy credentials. And for those that love life in the great outdoors, The Cotswolds is just over half an hours’ drive away.

Families with school age children will be pleased to know there are seven schools in the area classed as “outstanding” by Ofsted including The Croft Primary School, Uplands School, Haydon Wick Primary School and Moredon Primary. Plus a further 61 rated as “good”. The town also has plenty to offer for residents looking for culture at Wyvern Theatre, Swindon Museum and Art Gallery, and STEAM – The Museum of the Great Western Railway. That’s not forgetting the shopping at Swindon Designer Outlet.

Swindon also boasts great transport links, with the M4 motorway close by as well as regular rail services into London Paddington – the journey to the capital takes just an hour. Both Bristol Airport and London Heathrow are around an hour’s drive from Swindon.

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With Swindon’s great location close to the M4 and quick transport links into the capital, the Wiltshire town continues to be a hotspot for people moving out of London for a slower pace of life. But with plenty of cultural things to do in Swindon and its proximity to Bristol, there’s still a lot on offer to keep residents entertained.

The Swindon job market also offers plenty of opportunities for those living in the town, with employers including RWE Generation UK, First Great Western Railway and Nationwide. The local council also has plans to spend £33 million on regenerating the town centre.

If you want to call Swindon home, we have a range of across our new build developments in the area.