Corsham Rise Development

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Corsham, Nr Bath , SN13 9RY

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Corsham Rise

Welcome to Corsham Rise; a delightful new community of 3 & 4 bedroom homes set in a semi-rural location just 4 miles from Chippenham and 8 miles from Bath.

The development has been designed to marry beautifully with the charming  historic market town which  features several listed buildings constructed from local Bath stone.


  • 3 & 4 bedroom homes
  • Attractive, spacious designs
  • Enviable specification including integrated appliances
  • Popular semi-rural location
  • Generous open space and park on site
  • H2B enquiries welcome*

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*Help to buy is subject to the government's terms and conditions, more information can be found on

Help To Buy

Help to buy available

Own your brand new Cotswold Home with just a 5% deposit! The Help to Buy Equity Loan is available to existing home owners as well as first time buyers. Enquiries welcome for this development.

Click here to Read more about the Help To Buy scheme.

Gamechanger available

Need a helping hand? Ask us about our Gamechanger incentive. Subject to terms and conditions we could offer you assisted move, stamp duty assistance and carpets throughout your brand new home.

Click here to Read more about the Help To Buy scheme.

Floor plans

The Avon

Site plan

Corsham Rise Site plan

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House Types

The Burford & The Burford Special

This perfectly proportioned detached family home has it all - family friendly open plan kitchen & dining room plus separate utility and study.

4 double bedrooms include a Master bedroom suite with wardrobes and ensuite.

The property includes a double drive and garage.

The Burford: Master Bedroom Take virtual tour

The Dyrham & The Dyrham Special

This stunning detached home features a spacious kitchen, dining, family suite with French doors leading onto the garden for that all important al fresco living. There's a separate utility room and lounge.

All 4 double bedrooms benefit from wardrobes.

The property includes a double drive and garage.

The Dyrham: Family Room Take virtual tour

The Holt

This beautiful 3 bedroom home offers flexible accommodation and has a stunning galleried master bedroom suite to the top floor.

The home benefits from two private parking spaces.

The Holt: Kitchen Take virtual tour

The Avon

This elegant 4 bedroom detached home is a real talking point - with light flooding through the two sets of double doors (one into the lounge the other into the stunning kitchen / family suite). 

The Master suite features wardrobes, a ensuite plus French doors and a Juliet balcony.

The home benefits from a garage and double driveway.

Local area

Corsham High Street holds regular markets and features a wide selection of independent shops and boutiques, a supermarket plus cafés, bars and restaurants.

Several schools rated by Ofsted as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ serve the area.

The Springfield Community Campus offers an incredible range of sporting facilities.

Travel approximately 4 miles and Chippenham offers major High St names, superstores and amenities.

The jewel in the crown - nearby Bath- is a thriving hive of cultural and retail opportunity.

Access to major roads is straight forward - the A4 takes you to Bath, Bristol and Chippenham, and the M4 (Jct 17 appx 8 miles) opens the doorway to South Wales, Swindon, Heathrow Airport and London.

From Chippenham, train services run to Bath, Bristol, Swindon, Reading and London Paddington.

Trains to Cardiff, Southampton, Portsmouth, Gloucester and Weymouth run through Bath Spa station.

Bristol Airport is less than an hour away via the M4 and the M32 and offers domestic and international flights.

'Great Chalfield Manor' by alh1, Flickr

'Great Chalfield Manor' by alh1, Flickr