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  • Address
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  • 128 Commercial Road
  • Swindon
  • Wiltshire
  • SN1 5PL, UK
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Swindon Estate Agents 

Welcome to Chancellors estate agents in Swindon. Our branch is ideally situated in the heart of the town centre on 128 Commercial Road, just a short walk from Regent Circus Shopping Centre. If you are thinking about selling your property, finding a tenant, or moving to the area to buy or rent, our estate agents can help. We pride ourselves on delivering a friendly and highly professional service tailored to your circumstances and needs.

You can meet us in our central Swindon office from 9:00am – 6:00pm Monday to Friday, or from 10:00am – to 3:00pm on Saturdays. If it’s easier to call us, you can make the most of our extended telephone opening hours during the week, from 08:30am – 8:00pm. And, of course, you can email us any time and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. 

Some of the services we offer include:

Benefit from the expertise of our experienced estate agents in Swindon who have an intimate knowledge and understanding of the local area and property market.

We cover the following postcode areas: SN1, SN2, SN3, SN4, SN5, SN25 and SN26.

Areas We Cover

  • Ashton Keynes
  • Blunsdon
  • Broome Manor
  • Cheney Manor
  • Coate
  • Dorcan
  • Hillmead
  • Inglesham
  • Lydiard Millicent
  • Royal Wootton Bassett
  • South Leaze
  • South Marston
  • Upper Stratton
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  • Lettings Manager - Swindon
  • DDI:01793 374556
  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 128 Commercial Road
  • Swindon
  • Wiltshire
  • SN1 5PL, UK
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  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 128 Commercial Road
  • Swindon
  • Wiltshire
  • SN1 5PL, UK
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Average Sales Property Price in Swindon


Average Sales Price

In Demand

1 Bedroom properties

30 viewings in the last 7 days

Source: © Crown Copyright. Land Registry data for Jun 2024 Our data is based on instructions and successful completions in the area. To find out more information on specific transactions please contact our team.

Surrounded by some of England’s finest countryside as well as a number of famous attractions, Swindon is one of the South West’s best kept secrets. As the largest town in Wiltshire, Swindon is enriched with Victorian parks and gardens, multiple museums (including the award-winning Steam Museum), art galleries and much-loved shopping centres.

Transportation in Swindon 

Swindon is situated close to the M4 motorway. As such, it provides easy access for those commuting by car to Bristol or Bath or travelling to other major cities across the UK, including London. Heathrow Airport is also located around an hour and a half away by car, via the M4.

Things to Do in Swindon

There are plenty of things to do in Swindon, from shopping to steam railways, museums to meadows and country parks. Some of the highlights include:

  • STEAM Museum of the Great Western Railway
  • Swindon Designer Outlet
  • Coate Water Country Park
  • Roves Farm

What is Swindon Like? 

Swindon is a town steeped in history and tradition while sitting on the forefront of a number of modern industries. Having helped to revolutionise rail travel in the 1800s, Swindon is now home to Intel’s European head office, and the UK headquarters for companies such as Nationwide Building Society, Zurich Financial Services, Npower, National Trust, and even the UK Space Agency. 

But while there are plenty of incredible employment opportunities with big businesses, don’t think that Swindon is an urban jungle. The Wiltshire town has carefully preserved its history as well as its green spaces, making it perfect for someone who enjoys urban living without the intensity of a city like London. 

Speaking of the nation’s capital, you’re not far from it: just 55 minutes by rail. The town’s train station also provides frequent services to the likes of Reading, Bath and Oxford.

Fuelled by its prominent role in the rail industry, Swindon has grown into a large and prosperous town. Whether you’re looking for culture, retail therapy, or somewhere to unwind, Swindon has plenty to offer. 

Transport Links  

Residents of Swindon enjoy a superb rail service that delivers them to Bristol in just 20 minutes, and to London Paddington in only 55 minutes. The same rail line also connects to the likes of Bath and Reading. 

Drivers will love the proximity of the M4 motorway, connecting you to major cities like Bristol, Reading, Oxford, and Bath. 

Stagecoach run most of the bus services in the area, providing services in and around the town and surrounding areas, even as far as Bristol and Reading.

For those who prefer to get around on two wheels, the town has many cycle routes. 

For international travel, the nearest airports are Bristol (42 miles away), London Heathrow (57.7 miles away) and Birmingham (62.2 miles away).

Schools in the Area

Swindon offers parents a superb choice of both primary and secondary schools, and you’re sure to find one that can best fulfil your child’s needs. 

Croft Primary School is a popular choice amongst Swindon parents with younger children and has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. Wanborough Primary School and Lethbridge Primary School have both received a ‘good’ rating from Ofsted, and places are in high demand.

There are plenty of choices for secondary education, too. Held in high esteem by parents of older children, The Ridgeway School & Sixth Form College also enjoys a ‘good’ Ofsted rating. New College Swindon provides A-level studies, HNC and HND qualifications, and degree-level studies in partnerships with universities. 

Attractions in Swindon

Given Swindon’s historical involvement in the railways, it’s no surprise that you can find a rail museum within the beautiful listed buildings of the Great Western Railway Works. 

The STEAM Museum of the Great Western Railway explores the rich history of the railway and reveals the extraordinary stories of the ordinary men and women who helped to build and run it. You can get up close to classic locomotives, wander through the museum’s storytelling displays, and even test your skills in signal box and train driver simulators. 

The same beautiful building also offers another fantastic attraction: the Swindon Designer Outlet. One of the largest covered designer outlets in Europe, you’ll find a mix of high street and designer brands inside, including Superdry, Boss, Calvin Klein, and more, with goods reduced by up to 60%. 

If you’d rather spend the day outdoors, take a walk around Coate Water Park, a country park to Swindon’s south-east. Home to wildlife such as swans, terns, and ducks, you can enjoy a pleasant walk through this incredible green space. Or, for those with young children, you could take a visit to the splash park for fun amongst the sprinklers. 

Lydiard Park is another fantastic outdoor destination, a beautiful estate of the western edge of Swindon that features the Palladian House, Church and Walled Garden within 260 acres of parkland. The site also features a children’s play area, Cafe & Tea Rooms, as well as events and education programmes that make it easy for families to enjoy visits too. Lydiard Park also hosts a number of year-round events, including open air theatre, live music, and the Luna Cinema. 

And with the Wiltshire Cotswolds on your doorstep, there are plenty of opportunities to explore the outdoors from your base in Swindon. Famous for its picture-perfect landscape and villages, the Wiltshire Cotswolds is the place to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life.

Bars, Restaurants and Nightlife 

Ruchi Swindon is a popular Indian restaurant in the town centre that prides itself on delivering a delicious dish every time along with superior customer service. Diners looking for a milder dish will enjoy Da Vinci, a family-run Italian restaurant that offers authentic pasta, pizza, and even steak and fresh fish specials. 

Dotty’s Old Town Café, which uses the best local ingredients to serve meals that are both delicious and varied. The menu features full English breakfasts and jacket potatoes alongside Spicy Tex Mex burgers and Dotty’s Chilli Cheese Dog. 

If you’re looking for a drink, Swindon offers plenty of choice. The Windmill is a Greene King pub popular for its friendly service, quality food, and wide selection of drinks. 

The Hop prides itself on serving proper beer, having served thousands of cask ales from hundreds of breweries since 2012. It keeps sixteen beers on tap at all times as well as offering a variety of wines and spirits, as well as serving tasty food. It also hosts artisan markets, comedy nights, quizzes, live music and even art exhibitions. 

The Tuppenny lays claim to being Swindon’s premier bar and bottleshop, claiming to offer the best range of craft beer and cider, a selection of artisan spirits, and a variety of wines to top it off. 

Those looking for a later night will find plenty of choice in Swindon. Level 3 is an independent night club and live music venue that has proved popular with residents for its friendly service, exceptional prices and excellent atmosphere. 

And if you’re looking for a more relaxed evening of entertainment, you’ll love the Wyvern Theatre & Arts Centre, which hosts shows ranging from drama, musicals and musicians, tribute acts, stand-up comedy, and kid’s events in its 635-seat auditorium. 

Leisure Centres and Outdoor Activities 

With its ice rink, trampoline and play park, The Link Centre on Whitehill Way is perfect for families. It also offers a 25 metre swimming pool, in which the centre offers classes and swim schools, as well as a 140+ station gym and three outdoor 3G pitches. 

Refurbished in 2021, visitors to Dorcan Better Health & Recreation Complex enjoy a brand-new gym facility with over 30 stations of “Technogym” equipment, a 20 metre swimming pool, group fitness classes in its dance studio, 4 courts sports halls, a full sized astro turf hockey/football pitch, and a stunning outdoor netball dome. 

If you’re a golfer, or you’d like to become one, Broome Manor Golf Club has been voted the best public course in the South West of England for five years in a row. A 24-hole course open seven days a week, you can unwind with your favourite hobby any time. And if you’re not the golfer you’d like to be, the instructors from Swindon Premier Golf Academy are on-site to impart their expertise to help you perfect your swing. 

History of Swindon

Mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086, Swindon began as a Saxon Village. For centuries after, Swindon was just a small and quiet market town however it was the introduction of the railway in 1840 which transformed the area from a small and sleepy market town into the largest town in Wiltshire.

The town’s St Mark’s Church was consecrated in 1845, the first shops opened in 1846 and from the mid 1840s houses were built on Bridge Street and Fleet Street. It was also within the 1840s that an iron rolling mill was built in the town. As more and more ironworkers moved into the area for work, new houses were built what is now known as Cambria Place and Cambria Bridge. Over the next 40 years, many more roads, including Regent Street, Queen Street, Henry Street, Reading Street and Oxford Street, were built upon and by 1881 the population of Swindon exceeded 15,000. The town was however still in two settlements – the old town and the new town – divided by fields.

By 1900 the two towns, Old and New Swindon had fused together into one. The growth of the new town continued at an impressive rate in the years after, with an isolation hospital, an electricity generating station and a system of tramways built soon after.

After WWII, Swindon was designated an overspill town. As a result, the town expanded rapidly as around 14,000 people moved to the town from London during the 1950s. Swindon was still very much a one-industry town at this time; however, the end of an era came in 1986 when Swindon’s railway works closed.

Today the town’s railway heritage lives on in the form of museums, while its industry is far more diverse than it was those many years ago. In the 21st century, the main employers within the town include insurance, banking and food distribution.

Find out more about living in Swindon.

Free Easter well-being event

If you’re stuck for ideas on what to do with little ones during half term, Coate Water Country Park are offering a free well-being event for 7-12 year olds. You can book in your child’s place today by emailing outreachprojectme@barnardos.org.uk.


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