An imposing flat-roofed villa with a detached double garage and two first floor balconies. Occupying a prime corner plot with the largest garden on the scheme.
Plot 17 features high quality timber cladding and render creating a stunning design yet keeping maintenance to a minimum. The flat roof will incorporate photovoltaic panels.
The ground floor offers a spacious, dual aspect family kitchen/dining/living room ideal for today's contemporary family lifestyle. Two further receptions rooms one of which could serve as a useful work from home space together with a utility room and downstairs cloakroom. A separate, easy-access bedroom with en-suite and double doors to the garden completes the ground floor.
The first floor provides four bedrooms, with the principal room having en-suite, dressing room and access to its own balcony. A second balcony can serve one or two bedrooms, whilst there are options for additional en-suites.
Externally you will find a double garage with pedestrian side door access to the garden. Gardens are handed over fully turfed with paved areas and pathways in place.
Plot 17 occupies a prime corner plot at the southern end of the main Central Garden. It has the largest garden on the scheme and backs onto woodland on one side with Bullockspits Lane on the other.
Just 25 homes are being constructed at Springfield Meadows, offering rarely available and exceptional eco credentials, combined with a great sense of design and place making.
Recently awarded One Planet Living Global Leader status by the leading environmental charity, Bioregional, the developers Ssassy Property have also partnered with Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) to create beautiful shared spaces including a wildflower meadow, orchard, and pond, designed to help to create a thriving community and to maximise biodiversity.
**Stage payments will be required during construction. Please speak to a sales advisor for further information
Its rare to have a scheme which offers such flexibility and excellent eco-credentialsSarah Monier-Williams