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Bloor opens doors to new showhome in Oxfordshire

22nd May 2013 Print
Typical Shenstone interior

With the opening of the stunning Shenstone show home on 1st June at Bloor Homes’ development at Arncott Fields in Upper Arncott, North Oxfordshire, prospective buyers can pick up some interior design tips and get ideas on how to design their own new home.

Vanessa Macnee, Sales Director of Bloor Homes comments: “The show home gives people an excellent opportunity to think about how they would organise their home to suit the whole family. We work closely with our interior designers to create show homes which demonstrate how decorations and furnishings can really make the most of the space available and create a stunning family home.”

Priced from £349,950, the spacious Shenstone is finished to the high quality specification for which Bloor is renowned. This four bedroom detached home is thoughtfully laid out, offering flexible family accommodation.

On the ground floor, the generous sized lounge has French doors which open onto the rear garden. A study provides valuable additional living space, which could also be used as a TV room or children’s playroom. A kitchen/diner, utility and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.

On the first floor, a large master suite benefits from a shower room and fitted wardrobes. There is a guest bedroom with en-suite facilities, as well as two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Arncott Fields is a select development of just 48 three and four bedroom homes located in this well-connected Oxfordshire village. It is a peaceful location in which to bring up a family, with local schools in the neighbouring villages of Launton, Charlton-on-Otmoor, Brill and Ambrosden.

Lying four miles south of Bicester and 11 miles north of Oxford, the village consists of two neighbourhoods, Lower and Upper Arncott which are separated by the Bicester Military Railway.

The village is conveniently located for access to the M40 with road links to Birmingham and London, while regular train services run from Bicester to London Marylebone in just under an hour.

The historic market town of Bicester is nearby, with its 12th century Augustinian Priory and the Parish Church of St Edburgs. This market square is actually a triangle surrounded by 16th century buildings. Other local attractions include a shopper’s paradise at Bicester Village and Garth Park which hosts a programme of outdoor events throughout the summer.

The Shenstone is priced from £349,950 and has the added advantage of being available through the recently announced Help to Buy scheme, which offers an equity loan of up to 20% of the property price and reduces the amount buyers need to find by way of deposit.

All Bloor homes up to a purchase price of £600,000 are available through the Help to Buy scheme, which requires a minimum 4% deposit. Buyers need to arrange a loan of up to 76% of the purchase price and the Government lends the balance of between 10% and 20% of the value of the property via an equity loan, which can repaid at any time or on the sale of the home.

Also currently available at Arncott Fields are three bedroom homes starting from £230,000 and a differently designed four bedroom home priced from £340,000.

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Typical Shenstone interior