Discover Evolve, a design-led collection of three, four and five-bedroom homes in picturesque Tadpole Garden Village. Designed with style and space in mind, homes at Evolve are ideal for those looking for a distinctive, contemporary home conveniently located to the north of Swindon.
Homes at Evolve are available from £330,000 and can be bought using the Government’s Help to Buy scheme. Under the initiative, buyers could be eligible for an interest free equity loan for up to 20% of the property value enabling purchasers to secure their dream home with just a 5% deposit. The remaining 75% is covered by a mortgage, allowing buyers to purchase their desired home for less.
Evolve moves away from the traditional design of neighbouring phases of Tadpole Garden Village, creating homes which bask in open space and natural light. Kitchens are sociable areas perfect for eating and relaxing, flowing effortlessly into the living room to create a generous place for sharing quality time with friends and loved ones. Large French doors open onto expansive gardens, grown to blend seamlessly into their verdant natural surroundings.
Inspired by the Garden City movement, Evolve at Tadpole Garden Village boasts tree-lined streets and green, leafy open spaces. The scheme will ultimately 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.
Ideally located for commuters, Evolve at Tadpole Garden Village is just a short drive from the bustling town of Swindon where residents can easily reach Reading and London Paddington in under an hour from Swindon train station. Swindon is home to a great selection of stylish bars and cafes and a wide range of shops, putting all of life’s essentials within easy reach.
Homes at Evolve at Tadpole Garden Village are available from £330,000 and can be bought using the Help to Buy scheme. To find our more, call 01793 279125, email EvolveatTGV@crestnicholson.com or visit www.crestnicholson.com/evolveattadpolegardenvillageBack