Prestigious properties in parkland setting coming soon
The housebuilder is inviting buyers to register their interest in a range of family homes, including some large, luxurious properties, just over the county border in Wood Burcote, near Towcester
Launched in early 2015, Asquith Park in Sutton Courtenay remains a popular choice with Oxfordshire buyers. The Heritage Collection homes are so sought-after that purchasers are making ‘early bird’ reservations to give them first refusal when their preferred property is released for sale.
Now, with Asquith Park selling so fast, Redrow is encouraging buyers to register to find out about homes at a new development less than an hour away. There’s even the chance for readers of OX Magazine who enquire about the properties in Wood Burcote or at Asquith Park to win £200 worth of John Lewis vouchers.
Tonia Tyler, sales director for Redrow Homes (South Midlands), said: “Sutton Courtenay remains extremely popular thanks to the close proximity to the River Thames, good local amenities and commuter links to London. However we’re already looking ahead to our next location and exciting plans for the prestigious new development set amidst a mature Edwardian landscaped parkland.”
Redrow has acquired a 59-acre site in the South Northants village of Wood Burcote, close to Towcester, which currently has the outline planning consent for up to 210 homes. Redrow are contracted to develop the majority of the site, with current plans to build homes across less than half of the site area with much of the balance retained as parkland.
The first phases of homes could go on sale as early as spring 2016, following submission by Redrow of a reserved matters planning application in October.
“We’ll be building over two phases – the first, Ash Gardens, will feature an excellent selection of family homes inspired by our Heritage Collection, similar to those at Asquith Park; while Oak View will include large and luxurious residences from our exclusive Country Homes collection,” Tonia explained.
Redrow’s homes will feature a top-notch specification, certain to appeal to even the most discerning of buyers, and those who register their interest early will have plenty of choice in the style and finish of their new home when the properties are eventually released for sale.
“One of the things people love about buying a brand new Redrow home is that it offers them a blank canvas,” Tonia added. “Homebuyers can log into My Redrow at any time of day or night to explore the different design choices available, confirming their preferred options for things like the kitchen cupboards and bathroom tiles or adding extras such as a coffee machine, wine cooler or even a conservatory. Those who reserve early enough in the build can also opt to include under-floor heating to the ground floor.”
Redrow Homes’ development will also provide a 13 hectare country park on land that was previously in private ownership, for use both by residents of the new homes and the wider community. The park features an abundance of established trees, water features and a brook meandering through.
Redrow will also invest more than £1.75 million in the local area with contributions towards local schools, public transport and highways, fire and rescue, plus Towcester town fund.
All the amenities of Towcester will be close by and the city of Oxford is approximately 30 miles away.
To find out more about where Redrow are building, including four and five-bedroom detached homes at Asquith Park, Sutton Courtenay, from £529,950, visit the website at redrow.co.uk.
Register your interest in the above for the chance to win £200 in John Lewis vouchers!
In an exclusive competition for OX Magazine readers, Redrow is holding a free prize draw for you to win £200 worth of John Lewis vouchers.
To enter send an email with contact details to email@example.com with ‘Ox Competition’ in the subject box and indicate which location you’re interested in. The final deadline for entries is Friday 29th January 2016.
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