Savills | Plot 7, Watcombe Manor, Ingham Lane, Watlington, Oxfordshire, OX49 5EB | New homes for sale
484 sq ft(44.97 sq m)
Guide price £220,000

Plot 7, Watcombe ManorIngham Lane, Watlington, Oxfordshire, OX49 5EB

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in May 2021
  • Living/dining/kitchen
  • Bedroom with built in cupboard
  • External image is computer generated
  • Fitted bathroom
  • Parking
  • Quiet location
  • Beautifully built by local developers Ede Homes
  • Good amenities within the town

A first floor, one bedroom maisonette with allocated parking, conveniently situated for Watlington town centre.

About this property

  • This first floor maisonette forms part of the wider Watcombe Manor development and is one of three new build properties on site.

    Having its own access, stairs ascend to a central landing from which, there is a living/dining/kitchen to the rear, a central bathroom and a double bedroom with built in cupboard to the front of the property.

    The fitted kitchen is a sleek handleless design with built in fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, hob, stove and extractor.

    The property also has an allocated parking space to the front.

    The developer, Ede Homes, are renowned local Oxfordshire developers with a diverse track record in building sympathetic and beautiful properties over the 60 years since their foundation.

    All homes are scheduled for completion in Q1 of 2021 with viewings available by appointment only.

    New build properties: Two year Ede homes warranty + ten year NHBC warranty.

    *Please note internal photography is of previous Ede show homes and the external image is computer generated and indicative only.

This top floor maisonette forms part of the wider Watcombe Manor development, situated just half a mile from Watlington town centre. Ideal for young professionals and investors alike, it is well appointed and has an allocated parking space

Iain PowisProperty agent

Local information

  • The market town of Watlington lies at the crossroads of two highways – one is the Ridgeway, the “oldest road in Britain”, the other the M40 which links Birmingham, Oxford and London. The town nestles beneath the escarpment of the Chiltern Hills at the foot of Watlington Hill and is surrounded by the undulating agricultural landscape of South Oxfordshire and the intimate valleys and ancient woodlands of the Chilterns.
  • Oxford, Henley-on-Thames and High Wycombe are all close by and offer excellent shopping, cultural and leisure facilities. London's shopping, theatres and airports are easily reached by direct coach from Lewknor, making travel abroad easy and trips to the capital an enticing prospect.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = B