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Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has announced it will launch brand-new development, Colwell Green in Witney, Oxfordshire. Perfectly situated on the edge of Cotswolds, Colwell Green will feature a contemporary collection of one- and two-bedroom apartments and two to five-bedroom houses. The development is set to launch on Saturday 15th December and will welcome its first residents in early 2019.

 

Once complete, the development will offer 257 new homes thoughtfully designed using locally-inspired materials with many including limestone exterior features. It will also feature a public open space and associated infrastructure. Many homes will be able to purchase on the Help to Buy scheme, enabling prospective purchasers to secure their new home with just a 5% deposit. 

 

Located around 30 minutes’ drive from Oxford, residents at Colwell Green will benefit from excellent road links to the A34, A40 and M40, as well as excellent rail links via Hanborough and Charlbury stations. London’s Paddington Station is easily accessible in just over an hour from Charlbury station or in 40 minutes from nearby Didcot station.

 

The development is set to attract young families with a selection of excellent local schools and facilities in the surrounding area. Set in the desirable market town of Witney, the stunning new development will boast easy access to a range of local amenities, from high street and independent retailers to health facilities, leisure centres, pubs and restaurants.

 

David Hnyda, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson Chiltern, said: “We are pleased to announce that this high-specification collection of contemporary style homes are coming soon to Witney. We’re expecting the new development to be popular with families due to all the nearby amenities and appealing semi-rural setting and look forward to welcoming our first residents in 2019.”

 

To register interest for this new development, or to find out further information, visit: www.crestnicholson.com/colwellgreen

 

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