Just eight plots out of 25 are left for sale at Springfield Meadows, a development of brand new eco-homes being built by Greencore Construction at the site in Oxfordshire.
The development, which is expected to complete by the end of 2020, has seen an upswing in sales over the summer, with 12 plots now sold and a further five plots reserved. The remaining eight plots can accommodate two- to five-bed houses and are attracting good interest.
Springfield Meadows has proved popular with families, such as the Shepherds, who recently finalised their plot sale.
Alison Shepherd said: “What first attracted us was the fact we could do a custom build, which was a dream we’ve always had. The zero carbon footprint was important to us as we have the environment in mind and this is our bit.”
To make it easier for buyers to purchase their sustainable future home, the site’s developer, Ssassy Property, has launched a new part-exchange service, removing the hassle of long chains and additional estate agent fees.
Clive Maple, director at Ssassy, said: “We are delighted with the progress of our sales at Springfield Meadows. Our home buyers are explicitly choosing our development due to the ability to customise their home and for the outstanding green credentials that we have.
“Helping our buyers to purchase their home is important to us, which is why we are now able to offer a part-exchange option. Each day we are getting more enquiries and we expect there to be more interest as construction progresses.”
Affordable homes and biodiversity
All the homes at Springfield Meadows sit in generously sized plots fronting onto a number of shared spaces, including a wildflower meadow, orchard, and pond, all designed to maximise biodiversity.
The 16 custom-build plots at Springfield Meadows will be built alongside nine affordable homes, which will be constructed to the same high standard for Sovereign Housing Association.
As with all Greencore homes, the properties at Springfield Meadows will be built to Passivhaus energy efficiency standards with zero carbon emissions, making them both comfortable and healthy to live in.
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