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Award-winning housebuilder Crest Nicholson has launched a new showhome at the latest phase of Tadpole Garden Village, The Mews. This four-bedroom family home is available on the Help to Buy scheme with Stamp Duty paid, and is ready for residents to come and explore.


The Hallingbury is a four-bedroom house, spread over three floors with a spacious dining room, open plan kitchen, and master-bedroom complete with an en-suite bathroom and dressing area. On the top floor are the three further bedrooms leading into the family bathroom. With interior design by Bristol-based Edward Thomas Interiors, The Hallingbury is beautifully finished with integrated appliances, LED lighting and flooring throughout.


The Mews is the latest phase of the popular Tadpole Garden Village development in Swindon. This latest phase is a collection of 37 homes, consisting of two bedroom apartments and two, three and four bedroom houses. All homes are available through the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, making them an ideal choice for first time buyers looking to take their first step onto the property ladder. 


The Mews continues to reflect the Garden Village Principles of established earlier phases. The development is perfect for those who enjoy an outdoors lifestyle, with tree lined avenues, a 40-hectare nature park and wildflower meadow as well as allotments and children’s play areas. The area is also bordered by the natural beauty of the Cotswolds and North Wessex Downs.


With a school, sports facilities and eight children’s play areas to chose from, this is an ideal place to raise a family. The development was a finalist in the ‘Outstanding Placemaking’ category at the Sunday Times British Homes Awards 2017.


Tadpole Village Garden is located in the idyllic Wiltshire countryside, just outside of the charming village of Blunsdon. It’s also only a short drive from Swindon Town Centre, the A419 is within easy reach as is Swindon Railway Station. Residents can be in Bristol in 30-minutes and at London Paddington in less than an hour, making this a perfect choice for commuters.


The Hallingbury is available at The Mews from £299,000, or just £224,250 using the Help to Buy scheme, with Stamp Duty paid. The scheme enables potential homebuyers to secure their home with just a five per cent deposit of £14,950. Homebuyers are also entitled to a government loan for 20 per cent of the property price, whilst the remaining 75 per cent can be covered with a mortgage. While renting a Hallingbury would cost £1400* each month, buyers can purchase the Hallingbury for just £1021pcm** in mortgage repayments.


For more information, visit the on-site Sales and Marketing Suite off Tadpole Lane in Swindon (open daily, 10am-5pm), call 01793 680 477, email or visit