Upmarket housebuilder Deanfield Homes is committed to creating aspirational homes in established communities, designed with the customer in mind and its latest development, Deanfield Grange is no exception.
Located on the edge of the sought after Cotswolds village of Shipton-Under-Wychwood, in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the homes at Deanfield Grange are proving a real hit with discerning purchasers, with over 50% already reserved since its show home launch in mid-November. It features a stunning collection of three, four and five bedroom family homes, built using local materials to create attractive street scenes.
Annette Gaskell, Sales and Marketing Manager at Deanfield Homes comments, “We pride ourselves on creating high specification homes with the latest fixtures and fittings included as standard. On the outside the homes are designed to reflect the Cotswolds stone look of the village but you have all the benefits of a brand new home inside. These include Bosch fully integrated kitchen appliances, contemporary shaker style kitchens and utility rooms, built in wardrobes, contemporary shaker style oak veneer interior doors, stylish ROCA bathroom suites and ultra-fibre broadband available in each home.
“Energy efficiency is also a key factor in brand new homes and each feature A rated gas boilers, energy monitors to help track energy usage and reduce bills and environmental impact, dual glazed PVCu windows, dual flush toilets to reduce water use, low energy lighting and high levels of insulation to limit heat loss in the winter and reduce heat gain the summer.”
Help to Buy is also available at Deanfield Grange on homes up to £600,000. The scheme enables you to buy a new home with just a 5% deposit, whether you are a first-time buyer or moving from your existing home and the Government will lend up to 20% of the value of the new home via an equity loan. (T’s & C’s apply).
Shipton-Under-Wychwood benefits from a highly regarded primary school, tennis club, a convenience store with Post Office and two pubs, The Wychwood Inn and The Shaven Crown, the latter of which overlooks the village green and was once a guest house run by monks.
The village is located on the A361 between Chipping Norton and Burford, the M40 and the A44 run to the east of the village, with the A40 to the south. There are also good national rail connections which can be accessed from Shipton, Ascott-under-Wychwood and Kingham train stations and are serviced by Great Western Railways. Shipton station, which is an 18 minute walk from Deanfield Grange, offers direct services to Oxford, Reading and London Paddington, with the latter less than 90 minutes in journey time.
Wychwood Wild Garden is one of the village’s real highlights, a centuries old garden and woodland spanning 12.5 acres, where waterfalls, ponds and ancient trees support a variety of wildlife and provide a tranquil spot for contemplation.