Natta Building is delighted to announce our first inhouse property development in Cuddesdon near Oxford. When completed, the development will be comprised of 9 unique properties.
In January, in competition with several other developers, we purchased the land from Magdalen College, Oxford. The College was looking for a committed developer who would see the development from start to finish. They were also impressed with our enthusiasm, this being our first development. On completion of the project, part of the scheme is to hand back landscaped communal areas of the site to the College.
Cuddesdon Site Layout
About the Development
The site splits into 3 distinct phases.
Phase 1 is the new build construction of 5 units. They will consist of 2 one-bedroom apartments, a two-bed terrace house and 2 three-bed terrace houses, contained within one block. The houses will come with separate garages and each property will benefit from private gardens. The high standard of finish will incorporate natural stone walls, wooden windows, red-tiled roof blended with full modern features that a discerning property buyer would expect. Phase 1 will be completed by the end of March 2021.
Phase 2 is the conversion of three historic dairy barns into 3 individual terraced barn conversions. The listed buildings will retain their unique features of natural stone, high open vaulted ceilings, exposed timber trusses combined with modern glazing and contemporary high-end fixtures and fittings. All the properties will benefit from large gardens and private gated driveways. Phase 2 will be completed by the end of September 2021.
Phase 3 will be the conversion of the sixteenth-century Tithe Barn into a large modern luxury home of grand stature. Careful consideration has been given to the design of the proposed conversion which seeks to maximise the use of the generous internal space, whilst respecting the existing form and features of the building. This Grade II listed property will include an impressively large elevated garden overlooking the valley with separate courtyard parking and garages. It will also have its own private access from the main road. The final phase will be finished by April 2022.
All of the properties will benefit from mains electric, gas, water and foul drainage. This prime secluded location occupies an elevated position with stunning far-reaching countryside views.
Natta has already commenced with the clearing of the old farm building. We will be due to start the foundations at the end of June.
The development, set in a historic rural setting, is situated to the south of Cuddesdon village.
Located some 6 miles to the south-east of Oxford, Cuddesdon parish is home to Ripon College, the largest theological college in the Church of England, with close ties to Oxford University. The picturesque village also includes a local pub and a village hall.
Cuddesdon benefits from the proximity to Oxford and good transport links. Junction 8 of the M40 to the northeast and junction 7 of the M40 to the east. Oxford railway station is approximately 8.8 miles from Cuddesdon, providing services to London Paddington from the west and the north. Haddenham and Thame Parkway c. 10.4 miles provide Chiltern Line services to London Marylebone and the north.
Established over 50 years ago, Natta Building Company Limited is a highly successful, progressive independent contracting group. Inherent to our business is our focus and ‘can do’ attitude.
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