Bellway Thames Valley has seen an influx of buyers from London in the past week, who are looking to move to more spacious homes, out of the city whilst taking advantage of the recent stamp duty cut.  The stamp duty holiday which runs from now until March 31st 2021, means buyers will now only pay stamp duty on properties priced at £500,000 or more.

The saving will mean a reduction of up to £15,000. Emma Jones, Sales Director of Bellway Thames Valley comments:  “We welcome the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s stamp duty holiday.  This is providing the housing industry with a much-needed lift and we are already seeing increased interest from buyers looking to take advantage of Rishi Sunak’s saving. “We have seen a greater number of buyers from London and the suburbs, interested in our Oxfordshire homes as they look for larger properties in a cleaner, greener environment post lockdown. 

Our new homes schemes in Cholsey and Chinnor are ideal for those looking for a countryside location with all the benefits of good schools, motorway access and still commutable to Central London.”Oak Hill Park, ChinnorSet at the foothill of the Chiltern Hills, Chinnor offers the best of village life, yet is still easily accessible to the pretty market town of Thame and is only an hour by train into Paddington. 

This flagship scheme blends the perks of rural life coupled with the benefits of living in an affordable modern home.To maximise the stamp duty holiday, buyers could choose a fabulous four-bedroom detached home, known as The Lewis, for £572,500. This fabulous family home has been designed with modern living in mind.  The house is entered into a large airy hall, which leads into a light filled, spacious kitchen / dining room which benefits from a utility room to the side – essential for county living.  A double aspect living room completes the downstairs.The second floor includes a master suite with fitted wardrobes.

Two further double bedrooms and a single bedroom or study, share the family bathroom.This house includes a good-sized garden with patio and turf, ready for you to enjoy the day you move in.  A garage and off-street parking are also included with the home.Prices at Oak Hill Park start from £390,000 for a two-bedroom semi home to £810,000 for a five-bedroom home and £825,500 for a five-bedroom home. For further information, please visit or call 01844 808572.Yew Tree Gardens, CholseyYew Tree Gardens is set in the picturesque, traditional English village of Cholsey.

This popular Oxfordshire hamlet is surrounded by verdant countryside and has a selection of local stores in the village, with the larger town of Wallingford close by for a greater range of stores.  The village also has a choice of primary schools and a secondary school.  Commuters benefit from easy access to the M40 and those need to get to London can reach Paddington in as little as 52 minutes.To get the most out of the stamp duty saving buyers should look at the four-bedroom Keats house-type, priced at £502,000.  This pretty family home is entered from a covered porch and the ground floor features an open plan kitchen and dining room with a separate living room.  The house benefits from a landscaped front garden, a garage and off-street parking.

The first floor comprises a master suite with built-in wardrobes and three further bedrooms which share the family bathroom.Prices at Yew Tree Gardens start from £385,000 for a three-bed detached house to £692,500 for a four-bed detached home.  For more information please visit or call 01243 717012.
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