Last remaining plot - Rowlands Mews is a lovely development of four brand New three bedroom homes that enjoy a tucked away position on the Bradford on Avon side of the town. All homes come with two allocated parking spaces along with solid Oak doors and 'Hive' app A rated heating systems. The contemporary kitchens have lovely Quartz worktops, ovens, extractor fans, dishwashers and fridge freezers. Reservations now being taken - for more information call us on
Last remaining mews plot - Rowlands Mews is a lovely development of four newly built three bedroom homes that enjoy a tucked away position on the Bradford on Avon side of the town and complemented with automated electric gates. All homes come with two allocated parking spaces along with solid Oak doors and 'Hive' app A rated heating systems. The contemporary kitchens have lovely Quartz worktops, ovens, extractor fans, dishwashers and fridge freezers. Reservations now being taken - for more information call us on
The Station offers two platforms and these are on the Wessex mainline between Bradford on Avon and Westbury. Services from Trowbridge join the Great Weston main line at Bath/Chippenham. Limited single track services run from Trowbridge / Chippenham line. Services from Trowbridge join the Reading to Taunton line at Westbury. Road access to the M4 junction 18 is approx 18 miles and the A350 to Poole is close to hand along with Bristol Airport being approx 30 miles.
Trowbridge is the County Town of Wiltshire, and situated on the Biss in the west of the county, 8 miles (13 km) south east of the city of Bath and Somerset, from which it is separated by the Mendip Hills, which rise 3 miles (4.8 km) to the west.
Bradford On Avon and Longleat Estate are also close by. The railway station is on the Wessex Main Line. Trowbridge has long been a market town and the Kennet & Avon Canal runs to the north of town and played an instrumental part in the town's development as it enabled coal to be transported from the Somerset Coalfield and so marked the advent of steam-powered manufacturing in woollen cloth mills.
The town was foremost producer of this mainstay of contemporary clothing and blankets in south west England in the late 18th and early 19th centuries by which time it held the nickname "The Manchester of the West".
Entrance (1.80m x 1.02m (5'11 x 3'4))
A gate opens over a pathway that leads to the front door, radiator, smoke alarm.
Cloakroom (1.85m x 1.04m (6'1 x 3'5))
Basin, wc, heated ladder radiator, fan.
Lounge / Dining Room (7.04m x 3.05m (23'1 x 10'))
Window to front and rear, radiator.
Kitchen (4.19m x 2.77m (13'9 x 9'1))
Window to rear, fitted with a range of wall and base units. Quartz work tops, integrated appliances to include oven, fridge, dishwasher and hob. Wall mounted combi boiler. Door leading to outside.
Landing (13'4 x 6'6)
With access to attic, radiator.
Bedroom One (3.20m x 2.79m (10'6 x 9'2))
Windows to front, radiator, 2 built in storage cupboards.
With basin and vanity unit, wc, double shower enclosure, fan. Chrome towel radiator.
Bedroom Two (2.79m x 3.18m (9'2 x 10'5))
Window to rear, radiator, 2 built in cupboards.
Bedroom Three (2.13m x 2.08m (7' x 6'10))
Window to rear, radiator.
Bathroom (2.06m x 1.70m (6'9 x 5'7))
White suite with basin, vanity unit and cabinet, WC, Bath, heated ladder radiator
At the front a gate opens onto a walled area of garden. The level rear garden is enclosed with fencing and having gated access round to the front.
Allocated resident parking.
Automated Gated Access
The development is access via ornate electric security gates. All residents will have codes and entry fobs for vehicle access.
By appointment with DK Residential
Opening Hours - Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm
Saturday 9am to 4pm
The reservation fee is £500 and will be held by:
5 Roundstone Street
the full amount will be retained if exchange is not done in 28 days.