Agents appointed for new Ashbury homes

Agents appointed for new Ashbury homes

Housebuilder Redcliffe Homes has announced the appointment of Perry Bishop and Chambers to market its exclusive new homes development at Walnut Trees Hill in Ashbury.

Lorraine Kendrick, Redcliffe’s sales and marketing manager, said:  “Work is now underway at Walnut Trees Hill, which is located halfway between Swindon and Wantage. Perry Bishop have an excellent understanding of the needs of homebuyers in this area, and we are delighted to have them on board.”

Occupying a very scenic position - looking north over the Vale of the White Horse and south over the Berkshire Downs (a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) – Walnut Trees Hill has been designed to fit sympathetically with the landscape and provide homes that add to the charm of the area.

The houses are being constructed to match their rural location, using local materials and traditions such as flint and pan-tiles to produce roofs that will fit in perfectly with the existing houses in the area.  

Walnut Trees Hill will feature 10 large executive homes each with either four or five bedrooms, and having a generous living space of between 1,975 and 2,726 square feet apiece.

Three different styles have been created and provide a number of features which will enable people to work from home, such as underfloor heating for cosy winter nights, plus dormer windows and sun lounges to allow the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside to become part of the home.

The scheme was designed by BBA architects of Bath in the style of the Arts & Crafts movement.  

Homes in the village of Ashbury are much sought-after, offering the perfect location to enjoy rural living in south-west Oxfordshire, yet only four miles from the outskirts of Swindon, and convenient for access to the M4. There is an excellent school in the village, a wide choice of golf courses for golf enthusiasts, and numerous other opportunities for the family to enjoy.

The development will provide a new village shop and a new playing field, both of which will be of great benefit to the community.

Further information is available from Sarah Benson at Perry Bishop & Chambers in Faringdon, tel: 01367 240356 or email faringdon@perrybishop.co.uk

Posted by Thyme Morris