29 Oct 2019
Spitfire Bespoke Homes Returns to Oxfordshire with Characterful New Homes
After a string of successfully completed schemes award-winning homebuilder, Spitfire Bespoke Homes returns to Oxfordshire with a premium collection of nine traditional homes. Wildbourne is situated on the boundary of the picturesque village of Milton-under-Wychwood, just outside the popular Cotswold location of Chipping Norton.
Located off Jubilee Lane, the scheme includes three, four and five-bedroom detached houses, all benefitting from their own private driveway and garage. The luxury homes enjoy far reaching views towards picturesque rolling hills and woodland. The collection will be built to Spitfire’s exemplar standards with carefully selected materials, featuring designs that reflect the local architecture and village charm, combined with traditional exteriors and contemporary interiors.
Spitfire is a dynamic forward-thinking company specialising in the construction of high quality homes, with a passion and reputation for delivering excellence, innovative design and a commitment to customer service both during the purchase process and in its after-sales care service.
Spitfire draws on the strength of its parent company, IM Properties, a widely respected developer of commercial and industrial properties located in strategic sites across the country. IM Properties’ portfolio extends across the UK, Europe and the USA and is currently valued in excess of £1 billion, providing Spitfire with access to significant and immediate funding enabling it to act swiftly, creating class-leading developments in prime locations.
Perfect for upsizing families and discerning downsizers alike, this new collection of detached properties epitomises Cotswolds charm with traditional honey-coloured stone exteriors. Situated within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the properties benefit from glorious sweeping views of the surrounding countryside. Luxurious interiors include flexible open-plan kitchens, family and living areas which maximise natural light and space and cater to the needs of modern living. Kitchens are individually designed and bathrooms feature sleek white sanitary ware with stylish chrome fittings.
Matt Vincent, Regional Sales Director at Spitfire Bespoke Homes, comments: “At Spitfire we are dedicated to providing only the best locations for our schemes, which is why we have selected Milton-under-Wychwood for our newest venture. Properties in locations as desirable as this are hard to find. These properties are unique and we envisage that Wildbourne will create a great deal of interest.”
Milton-under-Wychwood sits amidst stunning Cotswolds countryside and benefits from a local surgery, village hall, primary school and excellent bistro-pub, The Milton Hare. The renowned Cotswold villages of Burford and Chipping Norton are both less than a 15-minute drive from the homes, for further every-day amenities including traditional tea-rooms, restaurants and public houses, as well as the Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens.
The exclusive Oxfordshire private members club, Soho Farmhouse, is just seven miles from Wildbourne. This country retreat, once a derelict farm, covers 100 acres and includes 40 reclaimed timber cabins surrounding lakes where members can enjoy a luxury spa, cinema, cookery school and a plethora of sports facilities. Regular guests include Royalty, MP’s, actors and sports personalities; this club has certainly added gravitas to the local area.
The surrounding area also offers a selection of educational options, including two Outstanding OFSTED rated primary schools, Bledington Primary and Kingham Primary, both less than four miles away. In both Chipping Norton and Witney, there is a range of excellent state and independent secondary schools for older children.
Offering good rail and road connections, the nearby Shipton station is a five-minute drive from Wildbourne, transporting passengers into Oxford in 30 minutes and London Paddington in as little as 90 minutes. By road, the A40 is close by, offering direct access to the M40 which makes Oxford, Bicester and London easily accessible for motorists.