Pye Homes has unveiled a brand-new collection of properties for sale at its Hanborough Gate development near Witney, Oxfordshire.
The latest phase of housing, which officially went on sale over the weekend, will be the last to benefit from the stamp duty holiday.
Since re-opening, Hanborough Gate has reported a huge increase in enquiries, double their pre-lockdown figures.
“Hanborough Gate provides the perfect combination of countryside, community and connectivity with easy access to both Oxford and London,” said Pye Homes’s MD Graham Flint.
“The temporary reduction in stamp duty as well as the appeal of rural properties with good access and transport links is resulting in a significant spike in interest,” he added.
As part of its latest phase, Pye Homes is also offering house buyers the chance to have an interior designer create a bespoke office, study, or dedicated workspace within their new home.
Costing between £3,000-£15,000 depending on requirements, options range from a basic desk, armchair or chair configuration to a full-on bespoke cabinetry solution with all furniture, lighting, window treatment, windows etc to create the perfect workspace.
“There’s has been a growing interest in dedicated workspaces over recent years, however lockdown has resulted in many more employers and employees now considering working from home as an increasingly appealing option,” said Graham.
“All our properties also benefit from superfast broadband as standard allowing seamless, high speed communication and sharing of data,” he added.
Hanborough Gate is a development by Pye Homes and features a selection of two, three- and four-bedroom homes to the western side of Long Hanborough.
A total of 169 homes will be built by the end 2021 which include help to buy, shared ownership and affordable rent options in partnership with Blenheim Estate Homes.
Its location on the edge of Long Hanborough village and just five miles from Witney and Woodstock makes it part of a wider local community with Blenheim Palace itself on the doorstep.
Blenheim Estate has also supported the development by opening a new network of permissive footpaths to provide access to the surrounding landscape and countryside.