THE ELSFIELD accommodation comprises, to the ground floor, open plan kitchen/dining room, triple aspect living room with bay window, study and WC. First floor accommodation comprises bedroom one with en-suite, three further bedrooms and family bathroom.
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Situated off the A40, just 5 miles west of Oxford, Abbey Green enjoys excellent transport links whether you’re travelling by road or rail. There is easy access to major routes including the A34, M4 and M40, and Oxford Station – providing direct access to London Paddington – is just 7 miles away. Oxfordshire’s extensive bus service can be accessed from the bus stop just 2 minutes’ walk from Abbey Green.
The key to any Thomas Homes development is quality. From considerate and thoughtful design to fixtures and fittings, every aspect of a Thomas Homes property undergoes many hours of care and attention. Designed for comfort and convenience, the homes at Abbey Green all benefit from a high specification throughout, from luxurious carpets to stylish kitchens. While specific details vary per house type, all properties at Abbey Green feature shaker style kitchens with soft close units and energy efficient integrated appliances. Contemporary white sanitary ware with chrome metalwork creates a clean look for bathrooms and en-suites, whilst your comfort is taken care of by high-efficiency modern boilers and hot water systems. A mixture of wool rich carpets and stylish, hard wearing vinyl flooring create a welcoming feel, whilst secure uPVC windows and French doors give you peace of mind. Details like USB sockets and built-in wardrobes (certain plots) add the finishing touches.
From the famous ‘dreaming spires’ of Oxford to the natural beauty of the Cotswolds and the River Thames, Oxfordshire has lots to offer. So, why choose between the buzz of the city or the tranquillity of the beautiful English countryside when you can have both.
Historic market towns, a world-famous city and picturesque, open landscapes: Oxfordshire is a county where you can settle into your own pace of life.
Enjoy relaxing days out along the ancient Ridgeway, or bounce with the crowd at Oxford’s O2 Academy. Oxfordshire really does have something for every lifestyle.
The nearby Chiltern Hills and Cotswolds Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) provide an amazing variety of places to explore, from stunning views and prehistoric monuments to unspoilt villages and bustling towns.
Oxfordshire is a beautiful rural county with castles, museums, parks and a world heritage site at Blenheim Palace all within easy reach not to mention Oxford itself, with its world famous university and a near endless choice of sites and attractions to discover and enjoy.
All this, along with a thriving local economy spanning everything from agriculture and manufacturing to cutting edge science and technology, makes Oxfordshire a highly sought after and desirable place to live and work.