AN EXCLUSIVE COLLECTION OF SUPERIOR HOMES IN THE BEAUTIFUL VALE OF WHITE HORSE
Applewood sits where the Vale of White Horse meets the North Wessex Downs, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty stretching south into Hampshire and west towards Avebury.
STYLISH, SPACIOUS AND CONTEMPORARY
We design, lay out and equip our interior spaces to promote a feeling of well-being and happiness with as much care and attention to detail as our exteriors.
Light, bright living areas opening onto spacious patios and garden areas bring the inside and outside together; bathrooms which ensure a luxurious start and end to every day; kitchens which are the heart of the home and make the experience of cooking a pleasure.
Modern or traditional German-manufactured kitchens with a choice of finish, together with inspiring design and layout and a generous range of high quality appliances ensure spacious work areas and plenty of storage. Bathrooms and ensuites feature stylish sanitaryware with low-level shower trays, rainfall shower heads, wall-hung WCs and fitted vanity units.
Prices starting from £650,000
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Blenheim Croft, a charming three bedroom home enjoying a generous plot on this exclusive development.
An opportunity not to be missed! A high quality three bedroom home on this exclusive development boasting contemporary specifications and spacious layout.
This charming yet imposing home has been thoughtfully designed, boasting an equally impressive interior, perfect for modern family life.
This charming five-bedroom home is arranged across three storeys and boasts a beautiful Flemish bond exterior.
A timeless yet contemporary vision, this five-bedroom detached family home over two floors enjoys a central and elevated position with large enclosed rear garden.
THE NAME HARWELL is most often associated with the world-famous science and business centre to the west of the village. But the village itself, nestling on the northern slopes of the Downs, is an attractive, historic community with plenty of charm.
Harwell’s cherry orchards enjoyed fame for over 250 years and were said to be a favourite of Winston Churchill. The cherry trees were eventually replaced by apple orchards, which have inspired the name of our latest development of substantial new homes, situated in an enviable location on the southern edge of the village.
PERFECTLY LOCATED FOR WORK AND LEISURE
APPLEWOOD is just 5 minutes’ drive from Harwell Campus. Also close by are Milton Park, Culham Science Centre, Didcot Parkway station and the A34.
Harwell’s location is excellent for getting around the country. Trains from Didcot serve Paddington, Bristol, Oxford and the Midlands, with the A34 giving easy access to the south coast, M4, the Midlands and Birmingham via the M40.
The market towns around Harwell – Didcot, Wantage and Abingdon-on-Thames – cater for everyday needs, with Oxford, Reading and Newbury offering more diverse shopping and cultural attractions.
Oxfordshire has many highly-regarded independent schools, with a large number in and around Oxford and Abingdon. St Birinus and Didcot Girls’ School are rated Good and Outstanding respectively by OFSTED; Harwell Primary School is also rated Good.
RURAL CHARM MIXES WITH HIGH-TECH BUSINESS
HARWELL has all the ingredients of a thriving village: a great local dining pub, lots of community events and sports clubs, shops, a post office and a parish church.
But it also has something most villages don’t have: an internationally-renowned science and business centre on its doorstep. The Harwell Campus is home to dozens of innovative technology businesses and organisations including Diamond Light Source, The European Space Agency and Airbus.
Just four miles south of Harwell, the Ridgeway crosses the A34. Often referred to as the Oldest Road in Europe, it is ideal for riding, walking or cycling towards The White Horse at Uffington or the Thames at Goring. The narrow lanes of the Vale which link its pretty villages are perfect for exploring by bike.