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It’s a Very Merry Christmas at The Grove

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Maybe it’s the feeling of a welcoming community coming together to celebrate, or being surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in the country while snuggling up in your cosy home, but Christmas in the country always seems more inviting.

It’s the time of year when we appreciate those around us, and also when we make personal commitments to our future selves. New Year’s resolutions often involve learning a new skill, getting yourself organised, or promising that you will definitely, possibly, maybe go to the gym at least once a month. But this year you can make a bigger promise: to spend more time with your family and friends, making the most of the great outdoors with long walks through stunning scenery and fresh air – all from the doorstep of your new home.

There’s never been a better time to consider the prospect of a beautiful, award-winning Dandara New Home. Set within a beautifully historic Buckinghamshire village, with its archetypal Gothic Church, blend of ancient houses and pretty lanes, there is no shortage of dog friendly pubs, independent shops and classy restaurants.

With more than 50% of phase one sold at The Grove, the popularity of the development is now well established. The development sits perfectly amidst an idyllic pastoral setting, yet maintains excellent rail and road connections to the rest of the country. Such a prime location is rare, taking advantage of the best of both worlds – city-dwellers and country-lovers will all find their perfect home here.

All homes at The Grove are designed to maximise quality family time, featuring large, well-planned kitchens guaranteed to get you all together, from homework to films and food, and of course those all-important Christmas preparations!

Whether you’re a first time buyer, growing family or downsizer seeking a ‘lock and leave’ base, or possibly seeking easier living with a single storey lifestyle in one of our beautiful bungalows, Dandara has designed a varied range of homes to encourage community neighbourly living.

Don’t miss your chance to reserve your new home for a fresh start at The Grove in the New Year, keeping at least one of those many resolutions!

The Grove Haddenham is open seven days a week 10.00am-5.00pm with four fabulous show homes and a sales team that can assist you with all aspects of your purchase including Help to Buy*, our excellent Assisted Move scheme, and our new Part Exchange Scheme – both subject to approval and qualification.

*For further information on ‘Assisted Move’, Part Exchange and Help to Buy and to register your interest about any of the new homes at The Grove visit thegrovehaddenham.co.uk or call 0800 5875 171

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