07 January 2019
An impressive development of three, four and five bedroom family homes, perfects the balance of semi-rural living, with easy accessibility to nearby towns. The development has already proven to be extremely popular, with 40% of the homes now sold or reserved.
The Ickhurst is a three-bedroom terraced home providing ample space over three-storeys. Perfectly equipped for modern family living, the Ickhurst features a large sitting and family room with attached family room, with French doors, which open out to the rear garden. To the front of the property, there is an impressive kitchen/breakfast room and W/C.
Upstairs, the master bedroom boasts a double fitted wardrobe and en suite shower room, alongside the second bedroom and large bathroom. The third bedroom, which encompasses the entire top floor, is versatile and if you only require two of the bedrooms for sleeping, this extra bedroom can be transformed to suit your needs. Perfect as a study for working professionals, a nursery for a young family, or a dressing room for a fashion lover this third bedroom can offer you everything you need. Alternatively, this bedroom has a large storage cupboard attached, creating the perfect walk-in-wardrobe. The home has so much to give, and with a little imagination any purchaser can make it their own
Sharon Thind, Marketing Manager for CALA Homes (Chiltern), said: “Edward Park really does provide the best of both worlds; surrounded by picturesque open countryside yet within easy commuting distance of nearby towns and cities. The development has something for everyone, whether it’s a family looking to move closer to one of the area’s impressive schools, young professionals wanting to benefit from the areas commuter links or downsizers looking to settle down in this beautiful rural location.
“Since the development’s launch, we’ve received lots of interest from prospective buyers, and we’re not expecting it to slow down. If you’re looking for the perfect house to call home in this picturesque location, we would urge any interested purchasers to get in touch as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”
At the heart of the village of Drayton you will find two public houses, a post office, hardware shop and general store. A more extensive selection of high street shops, bars, restaurants and leisure facilities can be found in the popular towns of Abingdon-on-Thames, Didcot and Wantage, as well as all of Oxford’s multicultural attractions just over 10 miles away.
For commuters, Appleford station is only three-and-a-half miles away, with train services to London Paddington in under an hour. Didcot Parkway station is approximately five miles away, reaching London Paddington in about 45 minutes and Oxford in 12 minutes.
Being close to the A34, commuting into Oxford via Abingdon is just a short 10-mile journey, as are the motorways, with both the M4 and M40 located some 15 miles away. Whenever you need to take off for business or a well-earned family holiday, London Heathrow Airport is less than 50 miles from your front door.
Education is well provided for too, with Drayton Community Primary School rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted and for secondary level there is the popular Fitzharrys School or Larkmead School. Alternatively, students can attend excellent local independent schools, including Our Lady’s Abingdon, Radley College and Abingdon School for boys, or St Helen and St Katharine School for girls.
For further information about Edward Park and the homes available, please call 01235 313467 or visit www.cala.co.uk.