Nettlebed, Oxfordshire, RG9 5DFview on map
Community of like-minded neighbours
Beautifully-landscaped and fully-maintained mature grounds
Private terraces, gardens and balconies
Grade II listed conversion
High quality specification
10 year warranty
Converted and newly built homes
Set in over 27 acres of parkland
Electric car charging points
Estate Management Service
An exceptional development set in over 27 acres of parkland. Of the new homes, many will be created by Beechcroft’s careful conversion of the Grade II listed period house and will include elegant two and three-bedroom houses and one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments.
We anticipate that the sales launch will be in spring 2024 and the guide prices are from £850,000.
Each Beechcroft home at the new development in Nettlebed will provide plenty of light-filled living space, designed according to Beechcroft’s principle of creating high-quality homes with an abundance of living space.
The fixtures and fittings are of the highest quality; kitchens include bespoke cabinets and a full range of top brand appliances, bathrooms include vanity units and mirrors, wardrobes are fitted in the main bedrooms and flooring, including carpeting, is included. Where possible, each new home will feature outside space – in the form of a terrace, balcony, private garden or a combination of these, along with allocated parking. The landscaped gardens will be a delight with a variety of plants to provide texture, colour and year-round interest.
With almost 40 years’ experience in the creation of award-winning developments for the over 55s, Beechcroft selects sites in the most desirable villages and market towns in the southern counties.
Our beautifully crafted houses and apartments are stylish, energy-efficient, easily maintained and a delight to live in. Every home provides plenty of living space but fewer bedrooms than a family home and either a terrace, balcony or private garden.
Inspired by local architecture, each Beechcroft scheme is unique, complementing the local area. Rather than being a ‘finishing touch’, landscaping is integral to the development – carefully planned and lovingly planted.
An Estate Manager is responsible for maintaining the development, being on hand to offer help and advice and keeping an eye on properties whilst owners are away – giving you peace of mind when travelling at home or abroad.
“I was a little worried that downsizing to a smaller home would prove too difficult but I am so glad I did. I love my house – it’s so convenient and compact. I have a small, private patio and every day, when I’m home, I take a walk around the landscaped gardens. Often when I’m busy indoors, I’ll realise that I haven’t had any fresh air so I’ll head outside – there are so many lovely shrubs and plants here to look at.”
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Set in beautiful, wooded countryside in the heart of rural Oxfordshire, the leafy lanes and listed properties in the village conservation area bear witness to a long and prosperous past.
Today, Nettlebed is a thriving village with a strong sense of community and a good range of facilities. There’s a Village Shop and Post Office – and, if you need extra supplies – a Budgens at Nettlebed Service Station.