A development of five new barn-style properties and one original barn refurbishment sitting just off the village green in charming West Hanney, a few miles from Wantage.
All properties now sold
Key development features
- At the heart of the ancient and picturesque village of West Hanney
- Homes are designed to harmonise with their surroundings
- Just six beautifully-crafted, spacious properties
- Just a few yards from the historic church of St James the Great
Homes designed to harmonise with their surroundings
Church Farm is a new development of just six beautifully-crafted, spacious properties, right at the heart of this ancient and picturesque village. The barn-style houses sit together in the shadow of Church Farmhouse, itself just a few yards from the historic church of St James the Great.
These homes are designed to harmonise with their surroundings, taking their design inspiration from local styles, and using natural materials in their construction. Inside, however, contemporary luxury and environmental sustainability are the watchwords: heating is provided by highly efficient gas boilers, they are insulated to very high levels and are equipped with top quality appliances and features throughout.
Stunning bathrooms, oak staircases, underfloor heating, integrated Neff appliances and a wood-burning stove. These are just some of the features you can expect to find in a Sweetcroft Home. But what’s behind the scenes is also important: we work closely with our architects to ensure that everything we build meets our high standards.nWe insulate to a very high level to ensure year-round comfort. We install highly efficient gas central heating, which ensures low running costs.
We use traditional and contemporary styling cues in all our properties, designing with natural materials to produce homes which are stunning, exciting and beautifully constructed: as good to live in as they are to look at.
The light, airy interiors are brought into the garden with the use of large windows and French doors – features which you will want to use as soon as the days are warm enough. Our kitchens are designed and produced by Oakwood, and our contemporary bathrooms and ensuites are supplied by Vitra and Roper Rhodes. We fit more than the usual range of appliances in most of our houses: instant hot and filtered cold water systems, built-in coffee machine and combination microwave; in the bathrooms we use full-height glass shower panels and rainshower heads to add an extra touch of luxury.
Come and pay us a visit at Church Farm – we’re sure you will be thrilled by what you find.
Building high quality homes with the utmost care
At Sweetcroft Homes we recognise the environmental issues that the planet is facing and acknowledge that we have a responsibility to future generations. We are constantly striving to improve our designs and construction techniques to build beautiful homes that are future-proof and make as little environmental impact as possible.
We have been crafting beautiful family homes in Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties for more than 20 years, quietly building a solid reputation as one of the region’s premier bespoke house builders. We specialise in creating unique, personal homes in highly desirable locations that are designed for today but fit for the future.
We know that our developments stand out from the crowd in every respect: starting with the creativity of the design, through the careful construction stages to the way we ensure a meticulously executed level of finish.
Flanked by streams feeding the River Ock
The Vale of White Horse is criss-crossed by the streams and brooks feeding the River Ock, which joins the Thames at Abingdon. The area is flat and well-wooded, in stark contrast to the chalky hills of the Berkshire Downs which form the Vale’s southern flank.
A peaceful and characterful setting
The villages between Wantage and Abingdon are peaceful and characterful, set in a mainly agricultural landscape and steeped in rich history: Alfred the Great of Wessex was born in nearby Wantage in 849 ad. During the 19th century, the Wilts and Berks Canal was an important route across the Vale, carrying coal and building materials from Somerset to Wantage, Abingdon and Oxford.