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Colwell Green

A Crest Nicholson Development

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Kayla Maslin

Everybody wants a home to be proud of – a little space to call their own that is well built and will remain modish as years pass by – thus Crest Nicholson has made it their mission to manufacture the home of your dreams in a desirable community.

Colwell Green is in Witney, a historic market town on the River Windrush, just on the outskirts of the Cotswolds. Witney is the largest market town in Oxfordshire and bears much of its original architecture, some of which dates back to the Woollen Trade. Features such as the Butter Cross, built in the 16th/early 17th century, St Mary the Virgin Church, built in the 12th century with a spire rising to 156 feet, and the Victorian Corn Exchange, built in 1863, all give a historic charm to the town. It’s a picturesque town that preserves its original beauty whilst still catering to modern needs. Old-brick houses, pubs and smaller shops give a real sense of rural living – exactly what one might hope for from an Oxfordshire town – and yet it is by no means behind the times. Well-known for the Woolgate Shopping Centre, Witney is also home to many modern name-brand stores including H&M, Next, Superdrug and more.

You need not wander off the premises to find beauty though. With over 50 years of experience building new homes, Crest Nicholson is firmly established as a leading developer. Passionate not only about building homes, they dedicate themselves to creating vibrant, sustainable communities.

The Colwell Green setting is decorated with a stylish collection of 2-bedroom apartments, and 2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom houses; all of which have been thoughtfully planned using locally inspired materials. Carefully designed in a contemporary style – these houses are built to the highest standards so that you will still be proud of your home in years to come. This means the greatest joy of all can be found inside your home- and right on your doorstep.

Closest to home is the Witney Lakes Resort which is approximately a two-minute car ride away and proves the perfect place to relax. However, as if the town itself isn’t enough, there are also excellent transport links in place to keep you well connected to the rest of the country, with the A420 a mere stone’s throw away and train journeys to London Marylebone or Paddington Station taking little over an hour. There is much to explore in the surrounding areas, including the luscious landscape of the Cotswolds, which offer an array of walking and cycling routes.

You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to schools, medical centres, restaurants, shops and leisure centres both within Witney and the surrounding areas. With so much to offer, Colwell Green may just be the perfect place for you.

To find out more about Colwell Green, visit the Colwell Green OX Loves page

Or go to their website: www.crestnicholson.com/colwell-green/

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