Award-winning housebuilder, St. Modwen Homes, has completed construction of a development of show homes at its new Oxfordshire site, Crabhill at Kingsgrove.

With a staggering 4,400 online searches for homes in Oxfordshire each month, this development aims to fulfill the robust demand in the area.

Located on the outskirts of the market town of Wantage, new residences will accommodate a variety of needs with available two to five-bedroom houses.

Available for viewing in 2024, the living spaces are designed with practicality and comfort in mind, showcasing modern-fit bi-fold doors, en-suite bathrooms, double glazing and insulation. Certain homes also integrate solar panels to help reduce annual energy costs.

The five-bedroom Keyne home is perfect for larger families, featuring an open-planned kitchen/dining/family room, a breakfast bar, garden-accessible bi-fold doors, and a separate lounge.

The first bedroom has its own ensuite and wardrobe, while the second and third bedrooms share a Jack and Jill styled family bathroom.

The three-bedroom detached Kea boasts ample living space with a separate laundry cupboard in the open-planned kitchen/dining room, while the main bedroom is equipped with a built-in wardrobe and an ensuite.

Another three-bedroom option is the semi-detached Houghton property with ground-floor kitchen/diner, living room, separate utility room and upstairs living arrangements, including an ensuite bedroom.

Crabhill at Kingsgrove is part of a wider regeneration project spanning 227 acres, expecting to introduce 1,500 new homes.

Additionally, it will offer sports pitches, green spaces, community allotments, a primary school, community café and an array of shops and restaurants.

Nearby Wantage provides a fantastic selection of local amenities and transport links to Oxford, Reading, Swindon and Didcot Parkway Station, just 6.9 miles away.

For remote workers, St. Modwen Homes offers hyper-optic broadband and additional workspace sockets. The development is ideal for families, within the catchment area of Charlton Primary School, Wantage Primary Academy and Wantage CE Primary School.

Felicity Stevens, director at Haus Interiors, said: "When designing the latest showhomes at Crabhill at Kingsgrove, our priority was to make sure we created three special interiors that allowed visitors to envision what life in these spaces could be like.

"Throughout each showhome, we opted for a neutral base with pops of soft tones and varying textures within each room to add visual interest. They all feature a beautiful balance between country, traditional, and contemporary interior design – which is really on-trend at the moment!"

For more information or tours, contact St. Modwen Homes.