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Downland at Kingsgrove, Wantage

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New homes in Wantage, Oxfordshire

Launching Summer 2021

Downland at Kingsgrove is a brand new development coming soon to Wantage. Here you’ll find a range of one and two bedroom apartments as well as two, three, four and five bedroom homes suitable for all kinds of buyers. 

Wantage is an ideal choice for those looking to settle in a quiet area, with easy access to larger cities as well as a wealth of countryside and green space in the nearby North Wessex Downs.

This development is subject to planning permission.

Click here to register your interest for more information on our new homes coming soon! 



There is a great opportunity for those moving to Downland to form a close-knit community within the development. With a wide variety of parks, supermarkets, restaurants, pubs and good schools nearby, it’s the perfect place for a range of buyers, such as young professionals and families seeking their forever home.


The development has been thoughtfully designed to be in keeping with the local area. A mixture of brick, cream and white render alongside weatherboard used on the homes allow for a unique, characterful twist that complements the existing style within Wantage.

Green Spaces

Wantage is the ideal place to settle for those who love getting out into nature. Right on the doorstep of the North Wessex Downs, residents are ideally placed for weekend walks in the countryside.

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Kingsgrove - Land off Rutherford Road - Wantage - Oxfordshire - OX12 7GF

Images show a typical Taylor Wimpey home which may include optional upgrades available for an additional cost.


About Wantage

Set within south Oxfordshire, Wantage is an historic market town with notable attractions that celebrate its heritage such as The Vale and Downland Museum.

On your doorstep

The town is home to a wide variety of pubs, cafes and restaurants with locally sourced food and drinks. An array of independent shops and boutiques like Arbery Emporium and The Finishing Touch make Wantage the perfect place to get hold of some unique, one-of-a-kind pieces, too.

Enjoying life at Downland at Kingsgrove

Downland is ideally positioned to enjoy the best of community-focused living, while benefiting from a larger range of amenities on offer in nearby Reading and Oxford. A range of community benefits such as allotments, sports pitches and a new primary school are being added to the community as part of our planning contributions for Kingsgrove.

Getting out and about

Downland sits within a network of major road routes including the A420, A34 and M4. Nearby Didcot parkway station allows for direct rail links to London and Wales.

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Health, education and leisure play key roles

For a development of any size it is important that we either provide ourselves or put funding towards new community facilities and improvements to existing infrastructure.

The outline planning permission is also subject to a Section 106 agreement, which includes a series of contributions that are triggered by the occupation of residential development.

The development will bring a range of economic benefits both during and after the construction period through the employment of local contractors, the training of apprentices and our work with the local community.


This development is managed by the Oxfordshire Taylor Wimpey regional office