Award-winning housebuilder, Crest Nicholson, has announced its brand new Fuller’s Grove development in East Challow, Oxfordshire, will launch on Saturday 25th January. Situated on the edge of the North Wessex Downs, the scheme will comprise a stylish collection of 53 homes for private sale, including a range of two, three, four and five bedroom houses.
Located on the outskirts of the sought-after market town of Wantage, all the homes at Fuller’s Grove have been carefully crafted to be in keeping with the surrounding environment. Each house has its own character and identity, featuring traditional materials including Tudor timber framing and brickwork detailing.
David Hnyda, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson Chiltern, commented: “We are pleased to be officially launching our brand new development, Fuller’s Grove at the end of January, welcoming residents from April. This site allows homeowners truly the best of both worlds; rural countryside on their doorstep, whilst also enjoying the amenities of bustling Wantage, less than one mile away.
“With the homes featuring spacious open plan interiors and access to excellent schooling nearby, the development is an obvious choice for families, whilst the two bedroom plots are ideal for downsizers looking for a peaceful setting to call home. With interest already high ahead of the launch, we recommend potential purchasers register on our website as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”
A range of schemes will be available at the development, including the government-backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme, allowing home hunters to buy with just a 5% cash deposit. Under the scheme, the government offers an interest free equity loan of up to 20% of the cost of the home, meaning that only a 75% mortgage is needed to make up the rest. For purchasers that already have a home to sell, they may eligible to use the Part Exchange scheme, which guarantees a cash buyer and removes complicated chain delays.
While surrounded by countryside, the development also offers excellent transport connections. The beautiful city of Oxford is just a 40-minute drive away and it is also within easy reach of Swindon, Reading and Newbury, offering convenient access to the A420 and M4. For those travelling by rail, trains from nearby Didcot Parkway take passengers direct to London Paddington in under 45 minutes.