Deanfield Meadow opens its doors on Saturday 30th June with over 40% of its homes already reserved off-plan

June 24, 2018In News4 Minutes

19th June 2018: On Saturday 30th June Deanfield Homes will be opening the doors of its much anticipated show home at Deanfield Meadow in Ducklington, Near Witney, Oxon.

So far, six of the fourteen homes have been reserved and these have been snapped up by first time buyers, families and those looking to downsize but still retain a high standard of living.

Deanfield Meadow features fourteen homes for private sale and twelve affordable homes. The homes range from two-bedroom semi–detached through to four-bedroom detached homes and are built to a high specification with integrated appliances and garage or parking space.

Lined with trees along its northwest edge, the development has been planned so that each house has a sizeable garden as well as easy, straightforward access to Standlake Road. The homes benefit from the best of both worlds, with a Cotswold village location but good commuter links to Oxford and beyond.

For those who have already registered interest in the development, they will be invited to a VIP preview between 10am and 11am for a tour of the show home. The development will then be open from 11am until 5pm for those wishing to visit. Help to Buy is also being offered on a number of plots.

Help to Buy 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. The Government will also lend up to 20% of the value of the new home via an equity loan. The Help to Buy equity loan can be repaid at any time or on the future sale of the home. The scheme is eligible on all properties up to £600,000 and is exclusively available on new build properties.

Ducklington is a leafy Oxfordshire village near the eastern edge of the Cotswolds, one of the most beautiful areas in Britain. Situated just a mile south of the market town of Witney, Ducklington combines the best of country living with proximity to Oxford and quick access to London.

The village offers all the possibilities of country life, with an idyllic local thatched-roof pub, a highly rated primary school, and an historic church. Many amenities are easily within walking distance, and Witney is only a short drive away.

For travel further afield, Ducklington has excellent links throughout Oxfordshire, with two major roads nearby. Eastwards, the A40 goes to Oxford and connects there with the M40, which will take you further east to London or northwest to Birmingham. Westwards, the A40 runs to Cheltenham and Gloucester.

For rail travel, Oxford station provides fast services several times an hour to both London Paddington and London Marylebone. Trains also run to Birmingham New Street twice an hour, as well as a range of other destinations throughout England.

Prices for the homes at Deanfield Meadow range from £295,000 to £695,000. For further information about the development please call Savills Oxford on 01865 269010.