Green Light for Character Homes in Bledlow

February 8, 2022In News2 Minutes

Deanfield Homes has been granted planning permission for an exclusive collection of five family properties in the Buckinghamshire village of Bledlow.

‘Deanfield Gate’ will feature three and four-bedroom homes designed in keeping with the character of the local area and offers a rare opportunity to buy an energy efficient new-build property in this popular village location.

With an impressive track record in sensitive development in rural locations, this latest development will further strengthen Deanfield Homes’ presence in Buckinghamshire.

Bledlow is a picturesque village, located on the edge of the Chiltern Hills AONB with views over rolling countryside, and has been a popular filming location for TV series Midsomer Murders. It boasts a village hall, cricket club and pub as well as a beautiful church, Holy Trinity, which dates back to the 12th and 13th centuries. A wider range of facilities, including a good choice of schools, can be found in nearby Longwick, Chinnor, Great Kimble and Princes Risborough.

An excellent location for commuters, Bledlow offers easy access to the M40, with both Aylesbury and Oxford within easy reach. Princes Risborough, just over two miles away, provides direct rail services into London Marylebone in around 40 minutes.

Andrew Harvey, land director at Deanfield Homes, comments:

“We are delighted to have been granted permission by Buckinghamshire Council for a select development in this popular village location. Deanfield Gate follows other successful developments in the county including Deanfield Park in Ickford and Deanfield View in Marsh Gibbon. We will adopt the same sensitive approach to development, taking inspiration from the local area to bring high quality homes to Bledlow.”