- Velfac Entry Doors and Triple Glazed Windows
- Heating via Air Source Heat Pumps
- Bespoke Kitchen from Rotpunkt with Quartz Worktops
- Built-in Siemens Appliances
- Bathrooms by Roca with Fittings by Hansgrohe
- Oak Internal Doors Throughout
- Timber Staircase with Oak Handrails
- Fully Insulated Ground Floors, Walls and Attic Space
- Permeable Paved Driveway
A stunning new detached four bedroom house situated on a small exclusive development, constructed by Bellwood Projects to an exacting standard in the popular village of Kingston Bagpuize.
Braddick House is built to the latest building standards to a high specification with CRL 10 year guarantee. The property offers a bright and spacious entrance hall with floor to ceiling windows, living room with fireplace provision for a log burner, study, utility and cloakroom. The stunning L shaped kitchen / dining / family room offers superb family living with patio doors from both the family room and dining room. The bespoke kitchen from Rotpunkt has a central island with induction hob, extractor and further Siemens integrated appliances including single oven, combination oven/microwave, dishwasher, fridge and freezer.
To the first floor is the master bedroom with built in double wardrobes and ensuite shower. Three further bedrooms, two with built in wardrobes and family bathroom with separate bath and shower.
Outside the rear garden has an Indian stone patio. The front of the property has a driveway and garage with electric door.
Kingston Bagpuize is a popular village 11 miles south-west of Oxford. The village and neighbouring village of Southmoor benefit from a good range of amenities including shops, post office, hairdresser, local pub, church, village hall, primary school and nursery. Excellent communication links via the A420 to Oxford and Swindon and via the A34 with the M40 in the north and M4 in the South. Didcot c 11.5 miles offers a fast service to London Paddington c.40mins and Oxford Parkway c.13 miles offers a fast service to London Marylebone c.65mins.
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