Sell your house in Swindon Fast

Situated in south west England, with excellent transport links to nearby towns and cities, Swindon is a popular choice for many to move to. If you live in Swindon and want to sell your house fast, then get in touch with us. We could purchase your property in as little as 7 days, and you won’t need to worry about any hidden fees, as we’ll take care of it all for you!

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With houses cheaper on average than other places in the south west, Swindon is an attractive prospect for people who are looking to purchase an affordable home. If you’re considering moving to Swindon, then you’ve come to the right place. Read on to discover the best areas to buy a home, as well as the cost of living, and the top things to do in the area.

Average costs for Swindon

  • Monthly transport pass: £49.09
  • Cappuccino: £2.83
  • Pint of beer: £3.75
  • Three course meal for two people: £55
  • Monthly gym membership: £55

Best areas to live in Swindon

With a variety of different areas targeting different needs and price points; if you’re looking to settle down in Swindon, we’re confident there’s the perfect area for you.


Located 5 miles out of the centre of Swindon, Haydon is home to the Orbital Shopping Park, which has several shops and restaurants. Mouldon Hill Country Park and Seven Hills is nearby too, which is great for walking. The average cost of a home in Haydon is £253,518, which is in-line with the average cost of a property in Swindon.

Abbey Meads

Situated to the north of Swindon, Abbey Meads is popular with commuters due to its proximity to the A419, which connects Swindon with Cheltenham and Gloucester. With several shops, in addition to a couple of play parks, a nursery, and a church, Abbey Meads has all of the amenities you could need, whilst only being an 18-minute drive away from Swindon. The cost of the average home here sells for £243,980.

Old Town

For those that prefer to be in the centre of the action, Swindon Old Town is the ideal place to settle down. Home to many of the town’s shops, restaurants and bars, there’s always plenty of things to do here, with properties costing an average of £273,414. The train station isn’t far away either, with services to London and Bristol taking less than 50 minutes.


South of the M4, Wroughton is right on the border of the North Wessex Downs, which means you’ve got lots of gorgeous greenery right on your doorstep. Average house prices are more expensive here, at £309,920, but you have all you could want here, with the town centre of Swindon just 3.5 miles away.


The newly built area of Wichelstowe boasts several shops, including a Waitrose, and picturesque Wichelstowe Ponds. The pretty canal towpath is nearby too, ideal for walks, runs and bike rides. Homes here cost approximately £244,708, and are typically brand new, modern builds, found in a range of sizes.

Things to do in Swindon

Swindon may have gained a bit of a reputation as somewhere that’s “dull”, but that really isn’t fair! Whilst it may not be the biggest town, it has lots of things to do that will keep you busy for several weekends – and its connections to the likes of London, Bristol, Bath and Oxford are pretty unbeatable too!

Visit the STEAM Museum of the Great Western Railway

With over 40,000 objects in their collection, including photographs, fine art, and actual locomotives; STEAM is the leading museum for the history of Great Western Railway. You’ll learn a lot about Isambard Kingdom Brunel, who practically invented the railway, as well as all the infrastructure that went with it.

Enjoy some retail therapy at Swindon Designer Outlet

Located next to the STEAM Museum, Swindon Designer Outlet can be found inside a Grade II listed building, which formerly belonged to the Great Western Railway Works. Enjoy up to 60% off top brands, including Kurt Geiger, Superdry, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger; or enjoy a bite to eat at one of the several restaurants and fast-food chains.

Immerse yourself in nature at Coate Water Park

Spanning 56 acres, it was originally built in the 1820s, and is now a firm favourite amongst Swindon residents. There are lots of walking and cycling opportunities, where you’ll be able to spot lots of different types of flora and fauna. Coate Water Park is also home to crazy golf, the Richard Jefferies museum, and a rowing club, which offers classes for all different types of abilities.

Spend the day at Lydiard Park

Another beautiful, open green space, Lydiard Park is just 4 miles outside of the centre of Swindon. Set within 260 acres of parkland, it features a walled garden, Palladian house, and a church. Tour Lydiard House, and you’ll see original furniture and family portraits; or visit one of the special events, such as the open-air theatre.

Drive round the magic roundabout

Constructed in 1972, Swindon’s magic roundabout consists of five mini-roundabouts next to each other, to create one massive roundabout. What might surprise you, is that it was only voted the seventh worst junction in the UK; but if you fancy putting your driving skills to the test, you can find it by Swindon’s football stadium.

The Good Move difference...

Selling your property to Good Move will guarantee you a quick and easy sale process, as well as a fair price for your house; we’ll offer you up to 85% of your home’s market value. We don’t do vague offers – our initial valuation will only change if the survey reveals something significant – and using our services is completely free. If you use one of our solicitors, we’ll even cover your legal costs, or if you’d like to choose your own solicitor, we’ll give you £500 towards their fee.

We’re the most regulated cash house buyer in the industry, as members of the National Association of Property Buyers, and the National Association of Estate and Agents. We’re also registered with The Property Ombudsman, and all our surveyors are RICS certified. Our fair service is reflected in our customer feedback too – we’re highly rated on independent sites like Trustpilot or, so check out our reviews to find out more.


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7 days to completion

Estate Agents

3-6 Months to completion
AVG Market Value£100,000£100,000
Final agreed price after survey£80,000£92,500
Estate agent fees (2% VAT)£0£2,200
Mortgage Payments£0£4,780
Solicitor fees (£1,000 + VAT)£0£1,200
Bills and Repairs£50£1,800
Final Price To Be Paid To The Customer£79,950£81,300
7 days to completion

Estate Agents

3-6 Months to completion
AVG Market Value£100,000£100,000
Final agreed price after survey£80,000£92,500
Estate agent fees (2% VAT)£0£2,200
Mortgage Payments£0£4,780
Solicitor fees (£1,000 + VAT)£0£1,200
Bills and Repairs£50£1,800
Final Price To Be Paid To The Customer£79,950£81,300

Regulated by...

  • NAPB
  • RICS
  • Trading Standards

As members of the NAPB and the NAEA, we’re the most highly regulated cash house buyer in the market. Being registered with The Property Ombudsman – which is an independent body dedicated to resolving disputes in the property sector – you can be sure our practices adhere to an ethical code of conduct too.

How to Sell Your House Fast in Swindon

It’s easy to sell your Swindon property with Good Move; avoid the hassle of house chains and mortgage lenders – we buy houses all over Swindon, no matter what condition they’re in or how long they’ve been sitting on the market. We’ll purchase property in the city centre, the suburbs and the surrounding areas, including Ashton Keynes, Bishopstone, Chiseldon, and Wanborough.


Frequently asked questions

  • What’s the fastest way to sell my house in Swindon?

    Selling your property to a reputable cash house buyer like Good Move, you’ll avoid lengthy elements like house chains and mortgage lenders, which selling via a traditional estate agent usually entails.

  • How fast can Good Move buy my house?

    Good Move will give you an initial offer for your home within 24 hours of your first enquiry. We don’t rely on third-party funding to purchase property, so we can access the cash to complete the sale quickly; this means your sale could complete in just 7 days – ideal if you’re selling fast to avoid repossession.

  • What areas in Swindon do you buy houses?

    Good Move purchases property all over Swindon town centre, as well as in the surrounding suburbs and villages. This includes Walcot, South Lease, Gorse Hill, Covingham and Rushey Platt.

  • Can I get an online quote to sell my house fast?

    You can get an online quote for your property from Good Move within just 24 hours of placing your enquiry – just fill out the form on the right with some basic details about your home, and we’ll be in touch.

  • How long does it take to sell a house in 2021?

    Selling a house via a traditional high-street estate agent in 2020 is likely to take between 3 to 6 months, depending on house chains and the involvement of mortgage lenders. Contrastingly, selling to Good Move can take just 7 days, from offer to completion.