A FOUR-bedroom show home has been unveiled at a new development near Wantage.

Housing developers Liden Homes are building 48 new dwellings off Steventon Road in East Hanney. The new estate is called “The Nurseries”.

There will be 32 houses for private sale and 16 affordable homes for local people through rent or shared ownership.

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Herald Series: (Credit: Linden Homes)(Credit: Linden Homes)

The show home was officially opened earlier this month. There is currently a choice of two, three and four-bedroom homes available to reserve with prices starting at £330,000.

George Stevens, sales manager for The Nurseries, said: “The Nurseries has proved to be a very popular development right from the start.

“It was great to be able to welcome visitors with complimentary prosecco and delicious crepes from our on-site caterers.

“We were delighted that lots of people took advantage of the opportunity to come along and chat to our sales team.”

Herald Series: (Credit: Linden Homes)(Credit: Linden Homes)

Vistry Cotswolds, part of Vistry Group which includes Linden Homes, Bovis Homes and Vistry Partnerships, is delivering funding of more than £1 million towards local services and infrastructure through developer contributions linked to this development.

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The housebuilder has provided more than £500,000 to the Vale of White Horse District Council, which includes contributions of £275,000 towards primary education facilities, £95,000 for affordable housing, and more than £49,000 for public transport services.

Vistry is also paying a further £500,000 to the local authority through the Community Infrastructure Levy.


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This story was written by Gee Harland, she joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter.

Gee covers Wallingford and Didcot.

Get in touch with her by emailing: Gee.harland@newsquest.co.uk

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