City & Country is proud to announce the launch of three new spacious cottages at its popular development, The Garden Quarter near Caversfield, Bicester. The new cottages which boast large open plan living areas and stylish specifications sit perfectly within the manicured parkland and crisp symmetry of the site.
The two and three bed cottages have been beautifully restored to offer spacious open plan living, large kitchen and living areas with French doors opening onto private terraces and double bedrooms for visiting friends and family.
Helen Moore, Managing Director of City & Country commented: “The newly launched cottages are ideal for those who want spacious open plan living areas. With 23 acres of established and beautifully landscaped parkland that is maintained for the residents to enjoy, many downsizers will relish the opportunity to do away with the weekly chore of mowing the lawn and weeding the beds, without having to sacrifice the size of their living spaces.
“The properties released in each new phase at The Garden Quarter are snapped up very quickly by a variety of purchasers, including first time buyers, professionals and those wishing to downsize. This is due to the unique and beautiful design of the properties, combined with the close proximity to the famous Bicester Village, ease of access into London and the fact that the development is just 12 miles from Oxford.”
The expert interior design team has dressed two of these newly released cottages which are now open for public viewing every day from 10am to 5pm.
Each property at The Garden Quarter offers an all-inclusive specification and has been cleverly designed to maximise space and natural light. Careful attention has been paid to every detail of the interior finishes, from flooring and lighting to tiling and décor.
Formerly the RAF Bicester domestic site, The Garden Quarter is being carefully converted into a selection of luxury apartments and cottages and when complete, the development will provide 196 homes set within 23 acres of beautiful landscaped parkland.
Bicester is an attractive choice for a wide variety of purchasers, from locals upsizing or downsizing, families moving into the area from London, commuters taking advantage of the superb road and rail links, through to professionals who enjoy living near the countryside and first time buyers who can get a lot more for their money in Bicester.
The new Government-backed scheme, Help to Buy, is now available at The Garden Quarter, which helps purchasers overcome the deposit gap that many struggle with raising. This involves the Government lending 20 per cent of the property price, interest-free for five years, to those struggling to buy or move house, allowing purchasers to only need to secure up to a 75 per cent mortgage and a 5 per cent deposit, to purchase a new build property up to the value of £600,000.
Prices for the newly launched cottages start at £309,995 for a two-bedroom property, and go up to £325,000 for a three bedroom property. Prices on site currently start from £182,500 for a one bedroom apartment.
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