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Alder View, Harwell

£340,000 - £500,000

Alder View will provide a new development of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom high-quality homes in the village of Harwell, Oxfordshire. 

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Grove Road - Harwell - Oxfordshire - OX11 0EE

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Mon 13:00 to 17:00
Tue 10:00 to 17:00
Wed 10:00 to 17:00
Thu 10:00 to 17:00
Fri 10:00 to 17:00
Sat 10:00 to 17:00
Sun 10:00 to 17:00

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    • Fully integrated kitchen

      5 bedroom Detached house from

      £500,000

      Part Exchange available. Designed to accommodate family and friends, this home offers a generous layout across 3 floors. Spacious bedrooms, utility area and open plan kitchen/dinner with garden access are highlights of this home. Carpets and ceramic floor tiles and turf included.

      Ask us about Part Exchange

    • High Specification

      5 bedroom Detached house from

      £495,000

      Fantastic high specification finish. This home offers a generous layout across 3 floors. Spacious bedrooms, utility area and open plan kitchen/dinner with garden access are highlights of this home. Fully integrated kitchen, carpets, ceramic floor tiles and turf included.

      Ask us about Part Exchange

    • High Specification

      4 bedroom Detached house from

      £480,000

      Part Exchange available. Designed to provide a practical use of space, this home provides a dual aspect living room and natural sunlit kitchen/breakfast/family room. Make a move to this home with carpets, ceramic flooring and an integrated kitchen.

      Ask us about Part Exchange

    • High Specification

      4 bedroom Detached house from

      £480,000

      High specification home. Designed to provide a practical use of space, this home provides a dual aspect living room and natural sunlit kitchen/breakfast/family room. Make a move to this home with Part Exchange.

      Ask us about Part Exchange

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    In the village you will find two shops; a butchers and newsagent/off licence, for all those day to day essentials. For the weekly shop, visit Tesco or Sainsbury's in Didcot where you will also find a number of high street stores, as well as one-off boutiques for that something a little bit different. The village has its own pub - The Hart of Harwell, where you can enjoy a relaxing drink or something from their great menu of freshly produced food. The best thing about life in Harwell? That would have to be the sense of community. There are a number of clubs and societies, including Scouts and tennis, rugby and football clubs. On the May Bank Holiday of each year, The Harwell Feast takes place. Enjoy the celebratory parade through the village, watch an exciting sheepdog display or take a drive back in time with the display of historic cars. The feast itself comes courtesy of a cow or a couple of pigs that are roasted for the occasion.

    For those with children, Harwell Primary School is less than a ten minute walk from Alder View, while Didcot is home to a number of secondary schools.

    Whether you have to commute, or if you're travelling for pleasure, it couldn't be easier. Didcot Railway Station is 2 miles away and offers regular services to London Paddington. If your journey is by car, you will find the A34 just 2 miles away, connecting you with the M4 and M40 motorways.

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    MEET THE TEAM AT TAYLOR WIMPEY’S BRAND NEW ALDER VIEW DEVELOPMENT IN HARWELL

    Property-seekers in Oxfordshire are being encouraged to visit Taylor Wimpey’s highly-anticipated new Alder View development in Harwell, where the dedicated sales team is ready to help them discover their ideal home.

    The new homes at Alder View launched on 10th March during a special event at Taylor Wimpey’s nearby Brunel Rise development. Ed Vaizey, MP for Didcot and Wantage, and Mark Edmonds, Managing Director of Taylor Wimpey Oxfordshire, attended the event to mark the ground cutting. 

    Following the development launch, Sales Executives Sabrina and Angela are on hand to offer visitors a warm and friendly welcome and deliver first-class service throughout the moving process, from the moment customers first step inside the Sales Information Centre to the date they move into their new home and beyond.IMG_7488r

    Buyers can also rest assured that the construction of their new home will meet the highest standards of workmanship, thanks to the experienced site team led by Site Manager Colin.

    Nikki Gibson, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey Oxfordshire, says: “Homebuyers can choose a brand new Taylor Wimpey home at Alder View confident in the knowledge they’re in the safe hands of our first-class construction team and Sales Executives.

    “Sabrina, Angela and Colin are committed to their jobs of helping customers find their perfect property at Alder View and ensuring that it’s built to the highest standards – so anyone interested in discovering their dream home in Oxfordshire should visit them at our nearby Brunel Rise development in Didcot without delay.”

    Surrounded by open countryside, Alder View is situated on the western fringes of Harwell – a small Oxfordshire village which lies just two miles from Didcot.  

    Harwell boasts a newsagent/off-licence for everyday essentials, while there is also a family-run butchers in the village and a pub called The Hart of Harwell, which offers freshly-produced homemade food.

    The village is home to a variety of active clubs and societies, with a Royal British Legion branch, a Scout group, a tennis club, a rugby club and the Harwell Feast Committee, which organises a parade and fun day each May Bank Holiday.

    For the weekly shop, Didcot has a wide variety of supermarkets to choose from – including Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Aldi – while the town also offers a plethora of high street stores, independent boutiques, and several places to eat and drink.

    Parents will appreciate that Harwell Primary School is within walking distance from Alder View, while a choice of well-regarded secondary schools can be found in Didcot.

    For commuters, the village lies just 20 minutes from the centre of Oxford via the A34 and only a short drive from Junction 13 of the M4 for easy access to London and Bristol. Meanwhile, Didcot Parkway railway station is just over two miles away, and offers regular services to London Paddington, Bristol and Swindon.

    To find out more about the high-quality homes being constructed at Alder View, property-seekers should visit Sabrina and Angela at the Brunel Rise Sales Information Centre, located off Miles East, Didcot, OX11 6EE, and open Thursday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm, and Mondays from 1pm to 5pm.

     
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This development is managed by the Oxfordshire Taylor Wimpey regional office