Award-winning developer Burrington Estates has unveiled the very first show home at its stunning Hempton Gate development located just a stone’s throw from the centre of historic village of Deddington, Oxfordshire. Prospective buyers can now book a private appointment to view the four-bedroom detached show home, The Chesney, which has been stylishly dressed by the acclaimed Interior Designers Open Door Interiors.
Hempton Gate offers an exclusive collection of 14 two to four-bedroom homes and will provide its new residents with the very best of well-connected contemporary living, whilst remaining nestled within the quaint rural surroundings of Oxfordshire’s rolling hills.
With North Oxfordshire’s characteristic honey-coloured marlstone buildings and a busy marketplace at its heart, the historic village of Deddington benefits from easy access to amenities and transport links, making Hempton Gate the ideal location for a range of buyers. Featuring locally sourced timber in keeping with Deddington’s rural aesthetic, the show home combines traditional external features with a contemporary interior twist.
Commenting on her design approach for The Chesney, Interior Designer at Open Door Steph Clibbery explains: “After doing local research on Deddington’s historical roots, I was inspired to dress the home in a manner that showcased the heritage of the local area whilst also maintaining a stylish, contemporary feel.”
Upon entering this premium property, visitors step into a welcoming hallway fitted with a downstairs cloakroom and storage space ideal for family living. Following on through into the spacious triple-aspect family/dining room and kitchen, bifold doors maximise the light and airy open plan layout.
Steph comments: “Ideal for relaxing, socialising or home working, this open plan space is dressed with versatility in mind, and matches the calming leafy surrounds of Hempton Gate. Six chairs surrounding the large family dining table are a soft green hue that brings an elegant, earthy tone to the soft colour palette of the space.”
“Continuing this sense of tranquillity, a bespoke window seat between the kitchen and family room serves as the perfect location for peaceful moments with a rural outlook. The space will also benefit those who work from home, as an area sectioned with beading and wallpaper creates a quiet home office space. In the separate lounge, I opted for a more formal and traditional style in keeping with Deddington’s heritage. A traditional chimney breast is nestled between bespoke painted cabinets, which gives great character to the home. Lightly textured wallpaper also adds a warm atmosphere.”
For a small town, Deddington offers a good range of day-to-day facilities including local shops, cafes, two pubs and excellent education facilities. The town can be easily reached from Hempton Gate via a new footpath link, which also provides direct access to walks in the surrounding countryside. A commute to London is simple with trains from Banbury Station taking just 51 minutes into Central London on the reliable Chiltern Line, and for travel by car, the M40 is just a few miles away.
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