The Old Works Yard - The Workshops
Ede Homes are thrilled to introduce The Old Works Yard, a unique collection of impressive homes nestled in the idyllic village of Ardington. The development boasts an exclusive selection of four exceptional conversions bursting with character and unique features including stunning vaulted ceilings, beautiful exposed beams, and stylish finishes throughout, harmonising alongside three contemporary new build cottages.
The Old Works Yard sits right at the heart of the village and is the regeneration of craftsmen’s workshops, which previously served the Lockinge Estate. The six sympathetic conversions and three new cottages evoke the feel of the old workshop yard but are constructed to exacting contemporary standards and specified to a high level.
These impressive homes are a part of The Old Works Yard development, nestled in the idyllic village of Ardington boasting an exclusive collection of properties with characterful barn conversions harmonising alongside three, contemporary, new build cottages
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PICTURESQUE ARDINGTON sits in beautiful rolling countryside between the North Wessex Downs and the Vale of White Horse. The distinctive appearance of many of Ardington’s buildings is because they are part of the Lockinge Estate, now a philanthropic trust which exists with the interests of the local community, businesses and its tenants at its heart.
THE OLD WORKS YARD sits right at the heart of the village, and rejuvenates this collection of craftsmen’s workshops which served the Lockinge Estate. These impressive conversions echo the feel of the old workshops, but are constructed to the highest contemporary standards and specified to a high level.
Ardington School of Crafts offers creative courses in areas such as glasswork, calligraphy and fine art, and the village has other amenities including the locally run shop, café and post office and The Boar’s Head, a cosy dining pub. The nearby Ridgeway offers great scope for walkers, cyclists and riders to get out onto the beautiful surrounding Downs.