Record Enquiries as First Homes on Sale at Church Farm.
We have been overwhelmed by the number of enquiries after putting our first houses at Church Farm on sale.
It is the most in demand site in our history with extra customer appointments arranged to try and keep pace with the levels of interest. Three homes sold in the first day with more set to secure imminently.
We are developing Church Farm in partnership with Radley College in line with our ‘how we build principles’, based on the belief landowners have a social, economic and moral responsibility to deliver quality housing solutions of which its local community can be proud.
“The site is not officially open until November, so these pre-launch levels of interest in Church Farm have been unprecedented in our experience,” our Sales Director Danielle Simpson.
“We have had to add extra appointments to try and keep up with enquiries,” she added.
All the homes are being built utilising a mix of traditional, local materials including wood, brick and stone. All will be wheelchair accessible and accommodate future accessibility needs.
We won't be fitting fossil fuel boilers, instead moving to a more sustainable heating solution with solar panels and air source heat pumps.
The site will include 84 affordable homes; 21 of which will be shared ownership and the remaining 63 will form part of an affordable rent scheme, with 156 properties available to buy on the open market.
Indicative prices for two-bedroom homes start at £380,000, three-bedroom homes from £490,000 and four-bedroom properties from £675,000.
A local woman, who wants to downsize but stay close to her family, was among the first to reserve a new three-bedroom home.
“I’m local and I know the area very well. I’ve been looking with interest at the Church Farm development for some time; they’re good, very solid, well-built houses.”
In addition to providing much-needed, high quality accommodation in an area with a housing shortage, the new community is also helping the Radley Foundation, a charity set up to establish an endowment fund to enable talented boys to come to Radley and to financially support families unable to afford the fees.