Article image Exceptional homes, large gardens and tree lined streets – it’s perhaps not surprising that Tadpole Garden Village, the latest development of new homes from award-winning housebuilder Crest Nicholson, is already proving exceptionally popular with house-buyers.

Tadpole Garden Village is designed with pioneering Garden Village principles at its heart, promoting community living and healthy lifestyles. Surrounded by beautiful open farmland and adjacent to a nature reserve that will be home to over 40,000 trees, Tadpole Garden Village will itself incorporate 149 acres of green space, playing fields and allotments including a new town park, eight children’s play areas and a common for all to enjoy.

The first phase of the development, Tadpole Gate, launched to the public in autumn 2014 and encompasses a bespoke collection of 97 traditionally designed new homes.  All built to a high specification, these spacious family homes offer residents unique spaces to call their own, as well as the opportunity to immerse themselves in a village community, with a primary school, doctor’s surgery and shops central to the development plans.

Tim Ridges, Senior Sales Manager at Crest Nicholson South West, said: “Tadpole Gate at Tadpole Garden Village is a truly outstanding development.  Set in the spectacular surroundings of the Cotswolds and Wiltshire Downs, its Garden Village principles prioritise light, leafy and beautiful spaces and encourage community spirit through design.  We’re launching our second show home this month, so there’s never been a better time for people to visit Tadpole Gate and find out more about the lifestyle on offer here.”

Prices at Tadpole Gate using Help to Buy currently start from £121,596 for a two bedroom Farleigh apartment and £391,996 for a four bedroom detached Coxley house. Visit the on-site Sales and Marketing Suite at Tadpole Lane in Swindon (open daily, 10am-5pm) or logon to

Dream living is more affordable
Help to Buy enables purchasers to own their own home with just a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage. The remaining cost of the property is funded by a 20 per cent equity loan from the Government that is interest free for the first five years.