Simple yet stylish, compact yet undeniably chic, The Ledbury is a two bedroom home quite unlike any that you have seen before. Redefining the concept of the two-up-two-down, this home enjoys a spacious lounge, open plan kitchen/dining room and cloakroom downstairs. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms with en-suites to both adding an elegant touch of luxury.
Part of the Heritage Collection, The Ledbury embraces the best of the old and new. Traditional exteriors are enhanced by the contemporary style and modern features you'll find inside. These superb homes offer the perfect combination of quality and value, space and savings, all created with the same high levels of craftsmanship that set all Redrow homes apart.
About Tascroft Rise, Warminster
About the Development
The iron-age fort on Cley Hill, is testament to the enduring popularity of Warminster as a place to live. Once a thriving corn market town, and so important that it changed hands at least four times in the three years of the Civil War, it has now settled into a quieter pace life that has so much to offer for you and your family.
Nestled on the edge of Salisbury Plain, and surrounded by endless hills and woodlands, this rural market town remains well connected, with Bristol just 30 miles away and the M4, M5 and M3 all within reasonable driving distance. Warminster is also home to one of Britain’s most celebrated independent schools, making it the ideal place to raise a family.
There is a Tesco Express close to the development for your every day essentials and two supermarkets, Waitrose and Morrisons, in the town.
For doctors, register with The Avenue Surgery (Sat Nav BA12 9AA, call and for dentists try Chantry Dental Practice on the High Street (Sat Nav BA12 9AF)
Warminster’s history as a major corn market town has given rise to endless historic inns and hostelries providing excellent food. The town has a range of traditional restaurants too, including Agra and Maya for Indian, Little Italy, Thai Rice and The Great Wall for Chinese.
Or try the one of the numerous village pubs like the Red Lion, Prince Leopold, Weymouth Arms, The Carriers, Royal Oak, Snooty Fox or Angel Inn in nearby surrounding areas.
Residents of Tascroft Rise have an excellent choice of both state and independent schools in their area, with Princecroft Primary and Sambourne Church of England Primary both rated Good by ofsted, and Kingdown School in the town centre for older pupils also rated Good by ofsted.
The famous Warminster School provides independent education for all children, from nursery to sixth form, with a long tradition that makes it the third oldest private school in the country. Pupils can attend on a day basis, or board on week nights or even full time.
Warminster is located in a beautiful part of the world, and there is so much to explore in the surrounding countryside, including Cranbourne Chase, the Mendip Hills and the North Wessex Downs. Closer to home, the Lake Pleasure Grounds, also known as Town Park, are well worth a visit on a sunny summer’s afternoon. Longleat Safari park is just four miles away, with the caves of Wookey Hole and the ancient history and modern music of Glastonbury both around 25 miles away.
Golfers can enjoy a challenging round at Warminster Golf Course, and there are more facilities at Warminster Sports Centre and Warminster Activity Centre. Warminster Rugby Club is also next door to the development.
For evening entertainment visit the Athenaeum Centre, which has its very own theatre.
Warminster continues its historic traditions as a market town, with a weekly market every Friday in the Central Car Park, next to The Avenue Primary School. The town centre is also home to a wide range of independent shops and stores, with a range of major names, such as Argos, available at Fairfield Road Retail Park.
For a more extensive shopping trip, hop on a train to Bristol, where you’ll find a huge range of High Street shopping and modern malls, such as Cabot Circus and Cribbs Causeway, along with the quirky independents around the old harbour.
Warminster is by-passed by the A36, providing easy road links across the region, with access just minutes from the development. Frome is just 7 miles, Bath 18 miles, Salisbury 23 miles, Bristol 30 miles and the M4 junction 18 just 27 miles.
Warminster Station, around a mile and a half away, has a large car park, accommodating 60 vehicles, and has regular connections to Bristol in just over three quarters of an hour, and Bath in just over half an hour. Services also run to Salisbury in around twenty minutes. Connections from Westbury run to London in just over an hour and a half.
Monday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Tuesday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Wednesday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Thursday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Friday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Saturday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Sunday - 10:00am - 5:30pm