Park Farm, Thornbury

Welcome to Park Farm Images of Thornbury

Whilst located in the countryside the homes are within walking distance of Thornbury High Street, offering a range of independent shops, cafes and bars, as well as excellent schools, leisure facilities and major transport links nearby.

All amenities are within easy reach of the devellopment; including a sports pitch, playing fields and outdoor pool, as well as allotments on the site, making Park Farm the ideal place for families of all ages to live and learn.

Look no further than Park Farm to create your perfect home and being your story.

As part of the 44 new homes we're building at Park Farm in Thornbury, we're had eight available to buy through our shared ownership scheme. All of these homes have now been reserved.

To register your interest in any of our other shared ownership homes, call our Sales and Homeownership Team on 01454 821666, or email us at

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  1. Park Farm - plot 2 - Reserved

    Park Farm, Thornbury

  2. Park farm - plot 4 - Reserved

    Park Farm, Thornbury

  3. Park Farm - plot 5 - Reserved

    Park Farm, Thornbury

  4. Park Farm - plot 80 - Reserved

    Plot 80, Park Farm, Thornbury

  5. Park Farm, plot 88 - Reserved

    Park Farm, Thornbury

Other shared ownership opportunities

Ensleigh, Bath

Ensleigh shared ownership homes coming soon

Ensleigh, Bath

All of our current shared ownership homes at Ensleigh are now reserved.

Find out more about shared ownership at Ensleigh

St Matthias, Fishponds

New shared ownership homes coming soon at St Matthias

St Matthias, Fishponds

Coming soon - more homes available to buy through shared ownership.

Find out more about shared ownership homes at St Matthias

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Shared ownership enquiry form

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