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Property Description

Key features

  • Redcliffe Homes
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Popular village with shop and school
  • Kitchens by Sigma3
  • Incentives available subject to terms and conditions
  • Village pub
  • 10 year NHBC warranty

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Tenure: Freehold

THE ASHBURY Jack's Lea offers a delightful range of individually designed, energy efficient two, three, four and five bedroom homes - in the popular Downland village of Uffington. The Ashbury is a stunning 5 bed Detached home that benefits from excellent adaptable living space, two en suites and detached double garage.

UFFINGTON A beautiful village with a vibrant and friendly community with a village shop, public house, church, village hall and excellent primary school. Depending on your wishes you can enjoy the quiet and peaceful life or become part of the local community and embrace village life to the full.  

VIEWINGS For further information please contact Perry Bishop and Chambers on 01367 240356  

SPECIFICATION Buying a new home has many advantages including reducing the expense of maintenance repairs and energy bills. All of the homes are traditional in design and energy efficient. With a range of finishes, kitchens and bathrooms that reflect the builders commitment to quality.  

NHBC WARRANTY All Redcliffe Homes come with a 10-year NHBC Guarantee structural warranty providing you with extra peace of mind.  

REDCLIFFE HOMES Established over thirty years ago, Redcliffe Homes is an award winning, independent house building company creating desirable homes in the most sought after locations throughout the South West and Wales. They are passionate about good design and the quality of their homes. They are proud, not only to have created attractive developments in sensitive locations, but also communities where individuals are proud to belong. - See more at:  

AMENITIES The village of Uffington lies on the edge of the Vale of the White Horse, just north of the Berkshire Downs. Overlooking the village is the famous White Horse, a marvellous chalk figure which was cut into the hillside 3,000 years ago. The village has a fine church, known as the Cathedral of the Vale, and an excellent museum, shop, pre-school , primary school, traditional public house, community hall and sports ground as well as a host of community clubs and organisations. Further information on village activities can be found on the village website

More comprehensive facilities are available at the nearby towns of Wantage (c. 7 miles); Faringdon (7.5 miles); Didcot to the east (c.15.4 miles), which has a mainline train service to London Paddington (c. 45 minutes); Abingdon (c.15.2 miles); Oxford (M40) (c. 20 miles); and Swindon (M4) (c. 12.4 miles).

Uffington has literary connections too. John Betjeman, Poet Laureate, lived in the village and Thomas Hughes, author of Tom Brown's Schooldays, was born at Uffington Vicarage. Several of Hughes' books are based on local people and places; the museum is actually housed in the school featured in his most famous work.

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08 June 2016

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