Be part of the brand new community at Deanfield Place, Cholsey

June 24, 2020In News3 Minutes

June 2020: Set in an enviable position in one of South Oxfordshire’s most desirable villages, with the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the east and the North Wessex Downs to the west, Deanfield Homes is set to launch its latest development of high quality new homes at Deanfield Place in Cholsey.

With contemporary design and a quality specification, this collection of eight, two and three bedroom homes is ideal for first time buyers, young families and downsizers alike. Cholsey is perfect for those looking for a traditional village setting with all of life’s essentials on offer along with good commuter links to Oxford, London and Reading, courtesy of the village train station.

Annette Gaskell, Sales and Marketing Manager for Deanfield Homes comments, “We are delighted to be bringing our latest select development to the village of Cholsey. We are committed to building high quality new homes designed with the customer in mind, and carefully select areas where our homes can integrate well into established communities and this development is no exception.

“The homes at Deanfield Place will be ready to move into in Spring 2021 and we are asking anyone who is interested to register on our website and be one of the first to receive updates on the development as well as the opportunity to reserve off plan, ahead of our show home opening in early 2021.”

The charming village of Cholsey has everything you need, with a mini-market, post office, pharmacy, Indian restaurant and village pub. These facilities are also complemented by Cholsey Pavilion community hub, a pre-school, two primary schools and two churches. Taking a step outside of Cholsey you can visit the market town of Wallingford which offers a wider range of facilities and stores, including a Waitrose, farmers market, gym, theatre and swimming pool.

Cholsey station, in the heart of the village, provides regular and reliable services, with high speed rail line via Reading delivering a Cholsey to London Paddington service in less than an hour. Train services also stop at Oxford and Maidenhead among other destinations.

Travel by road is equally straightforward with Cholsey lying eight miles from the A34, 20 minutes from junction 13 of M4 and 25 minutes from the M40, junction 6.