- Five Bedroom Detached situated in approximately 0.92 Acres
- Bespoke Kitchens with quartz stone worktops and integrated Siemens appliances
- White Vitra sanitaryware with Hansgrohe contemporary chrome furnishings
- Underfloor heating throughout the ground and first floor
- Log burning stove from LogFire LF8 or LF10 range
- American white oak and glass staircase
- Wired for sound system with flush ceiling speakers
- LED downlights throughout
- Triple garage with electronically operated doors
- Hard-wired intruder alarm system
The Paddocks sits in the largest plot of approximately 0.92 acres, the name inspired by the semi-paddock area adjoining the property. Living accommodation here is plentiful, and the feeling of space is enhanced by the way in which the rooms flow one to the next, drawing you along from the lounge – which features a wood burner – through the galleried dining room to the large kitchen/breakfast room and finally the family room, which is glazed on three sides.
Dropshort Farm is a new development of just four beautifully designed and constructed homes, which blend with the character of the village and take their place at the heart of the community.
Belmark Homes is a privately owned company specialising in the construction of exceptional homes in desirable locations in Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties. Their projects range from bespoke new houses to the restoration of historic buildings, with the emphasis on sympathetic and innovative design, high quality materials and sustainability. They aim to make the process of buying a new home enjoyable and pride themselves on their after sales service. Building the sort of homes they would like to live in themselves.
Childrey is a fine example of an English village with its long main street, parish church, village green with a pond and a pleasant assortment of period cottages. It nestles comfortably at the foot of the Downs on the edge of the Vale of White Horse.
The Vale is a mainly agricultural landscape, steeped in rich history: the White Horse, from which the area takes its name, dates back to prehistoric times.