Westbury white horse

Why move to Westbury?

Famous for its White Horse, it’s easy to see why the market town of Westbury is popular among homebuyers. It offers historic beauty and easy access to delights of nearby Bath.

The area is perfect for lovers of the great outdoors, with the Downs and the broad vale of the White Horse right on the doorstep. Despite its rural feel, the town enjoys excellent transport links to London, Wales and the whole of the south west.

Known for its famous White Horse landmark – the oldest and largest in Wiltshire – Westbury is popular among visitors. many love to see the Market Place in the town’s old square, which is surrounded by beautiful old buildings. There is also the 14th century All Saints Church, which boasts the third heaviest peal of eight bells in the world.

Swimmers will find one of the oldest operational pools in the country in Church Street – but there is much more to Westbury.

Another attraction for those living in and visiting the town is its selection of places to shop, eat and drink. There is an exciting collection of pubs and restaurants, including the popular Royal Oak with its traditional pub food and the Thai Orchid, Cinnamon Lounge and Zia Pizza for a delicious selection of Asian and Italian food.

Shoppers will find everything they need from a mix of shop brands, selling a range of different produce.

Just a short drive or train journey away is the picturesque town of Bath, with its beautiful Georgian architecture, famous Roman baths and excellent shopping opportunities. Its easy commuting options offer great work opportunities for those living in Westbury.

Looking to move to Westbury? David Wilson Homes has recently launched a new development in the market town called Mill Brook. Visit the development website to see homes currently available.