Property Spotlight: Week in review

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There is more than one new property instructed for sale or to let every 15 minutes across the Chancellors Group of Estate Agents*. We share some of the highlights from over the past week that you might have missed. Each property is nominated for either its exceptional value, prime location or its outstanding features. All of them are either on the market or recently available, and they speak to the stunning range of homes we see on a daily basis. Here is the week’s roundup of must-see properties.

Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire

What could be better than living in the beautiful market town of Henley, which offers idyllic walks along the River Thames and a serene setting among the Oxford Chiltern Hills? Located in the heart of Henley, this two bedroom apartment in the opulent Royal Apartments Development is the perfect spot to enjoy everything the town has to offer. More info is available here.

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Watlington, South Oxfordshire Village

We love the rustic feel of this wholesome home in Watlington on the edge of the valve in Oxford. There is some debate about whether Watlington is a village or a town, but what we can be certain of is that it’s full of character, and this home’s farmhouse style exterior fits in perfectly. These pastoral vibes continue inside with its cottage-style kitchen and warm open fireplace in the lounge. More info is available here.

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Cottesmore Road, Oxford

We can’t help but admire this two-bedroom apartment’s contemporary sense of style. It’s been refurbished from the ground up and comes with a 10-year structural warranty. The open plan lounge and kitchen feel incredibly modern, which is made complete with the urban vibes of its low hanging lights, breakfast bar, and exposed beams. More info is available here.

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Special Feature

The votes have been counted and the results are in. This week you chose a traditional home with lots of character over a modern home with contemporary style. Without further delay, we bring to you some of our top picks of properties that meet your criteria.

Glascwm, Mid Wales

You don’t often get the chance to see a historic 15th-century manor, but you can always look to Llandrindod Wells to provide stately homes. Located on its own grounds and with surrounding woodlands, waking up in one of this property’s seven bedrooms will treat you to spectacular views of the countryside. More info is available here.

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Great Haseley, Oxford

Can you get any more traditional than a thatched roof cottage located in a pretty village in Oxford? This property has been wonderfully refurbished with all its original features maintained in compliance with its Grade II listing. Not to mention, Great Haseley has a thriving community and good transportation links to London via the M40 and nearby railway stations like Oxford and Didcot. It is little wonder that it is such desirable location. More info is available here.

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Next Week

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Every week, we will be running a poll where you can vote for your favourite type of property. We will find the property that meets the winning criteria and feature it in our future Property Spotlights. Over the next week, our question is this:

If you had to choose, what would be better, a luxurious pad in the heart of a city or a quiet retreat in the countryside?

Head on over to Facebook Page to cast your vote in this week’s poll.

 

 

 


*Number based on working hours during working days and excluding Bank Holidays and Sundays during the period 01/07/16 to 30/06/17/.