New Build Homes in Wiltshire

Wiltshire is a scenic rural county sitting at the entrance to South West England. It’s bordered by Hampshire and Dorset to the south, Gloucestershire to the north, Somerset to the west, and Oxfordshire and Berkshire to the east.

The cathedral city of Salisbury is the county’s single city, whilst it also has 21 towns, including Swindon, Trowbridge and Chippenham. Wiltshire is home to some spectacular countryside and the world-famous historical site of Stonehenge. At Wain Homes, we have a range of new build homes for sale in Wiltshire at our developments in the county.


Wiltshire is a rural county with stunning countryside, charming towns and Salisbury cathedral city

Over 225 of Wiltshire’s primary and secondary schools are rated as “Outstanding” or “Good” by Ofsted

Nearly half of Wiltshire is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Wiltshire residents enjoy world famous attractions like Stonehenge, Avebury and Longleat



Wiltshire is a picturesque county dotted with beautiful villages, market towns and the striking mediaeval city of Salisbury. It offers wonderful countryside, modern amenities, plenty of attractions, excellent job opportunities, and some fantastic schools.

You’ll find that Wiltshire is a great county to raise a family in, and that includes when it comes to education. The county is home to over 330 schools, with 270 primary and 46 secondary and sixth form. As many as 13 of those primary schools are rated as “Outstanding” by Ofsted, and 175 as “Good”. Four of Wiltshire’s 46 secondary and sixth form schools are rated “Outstanding” by Ofsted, and 34 as “Good”.

As a mostly rural county, Wiltshire is heaven for lovers of the outdoors, with miles and miles of stunning countryside to enjoy. The Cotswolds sit to the north of Wiltshire, Cranborne Chase AONB to the south, with the North Wessex Downs to the east. In fact, nearly half of the county is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Wiltshire also offers fantastic hiking, cycling, horse-riding, golf, and more.

As well as all the countryside on offer, Wiltshire is a county with plenty to do. Local attractions include Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site, Longleat stately home and safari park, Salisbury Cathedral, and Stourhead House and Garden.

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In addition to the countryside and sites of Wiltshire, the county has excellent transport links, making it easy to travel around Wiltshire and to its surroundings. The M4 connects Wiltshire to Bristol to the west and Reading and London to the east, whilst the M27 puts Southampton and the coast within quick reach.

Wiltshire offers a range of employment opportunities, with major employers operating in the county – especially around Swindon – with higher than average employment in manufacturing, public administration, and the defence industries.

If you’re looking for a house in Wiltshire, you’ll find a range of new builds in Wiltshire available with Wain Homes.