Deanfield Homes has been granted planning permission for its latest development in the Oxfordshire village of Shipton under Wychwood, in the heart of the Cotswolds. The site, Deanfield Grange, will feature 44 new homes built in a traditional style with a high specification.
Peter Blades, Managing Director of Deanfield Homes comments, “We are delighted to be bringing another development to Oxfordshire, on the back of the success at Deanfield Meadow in Ducklington and our new development, Deanfield Grove in Tackley.
“As a company we are pride ourselves on creating homes in environments that have a real sense of place and this latest development will be no exception. Shipton under Wychwood is an extremely sought after picturesque Cotswold village located in the beautiful Evenlode Valley.
“Deanfield Grange will feature three, four and five bedroom family homes and will be ideal for families, young professionals and downsizers. Work is due to start on site in early Spring with the show home expected to launch in the Autumn.”
Shipton under Wychwood is located four miles north of Burford and 20 miles from Oxford. The development is adjacent to Wychwood Church of England Primary School and the village has a post office, local village store, doctor’s surgery and two pubs, The Shaven Crown, claimed to be among the 10 oldest inns in England, having been founded by the monks of nearby Bruen Abbey and The Wychwood Inn.
In the centre of the village is the green with distant view of the 13thcentury parish church, Church of St May the Virgin. To one side of the High Street is Shipton Court, one of the largest Elizabethan manor houses in the country, and the other is Wychwood Wild Garden, a beautiful woodland and garden. Laid out in the 1860s, the 12.5 acres of avenues, woods and ponds is home to wildlife and many breeds of ducks and birds. It was acquired by the community in 2010 is now offered as a place of peace and tranquillity to the public.
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