Lagan Homes - Lakeview, OX29

Prices from £700,000 to £850,000

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Outstanding natural beauty. Impressive transport connectivity. Trusted educational facilities. These are just some of the many driving factors we take on board when sourcing our locations. So, when we identified an opportunity to build a development in the historic and well-connected market town of Witney, we immediately started making plans to create homes that would both enhance the location and take full advantage of its idyllic setting. Overlooking rolling hills and open water, our new Lakeview at Colwell Green development of 46 two, three, four and five-bedroom contemporary homes offers a family-friendly escape with vast open green spaces. As with any Lagan Homes development, it’s not simply about laying bricks and mortar but instead building a strong sense of community, which is why the site has been designed around a central focal point – the beautiful natural lake, this also means some of the properties overlook the stunning golf course that surrounds the lake.

Located just 12 miles from Oxford, the charming location of Witney is the largest of the market towns in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. With its 17th century town square, spired parish church and 18th-century town hall, few settings are more quintessentially English. The beautiful Witney Lakes Resort is just minutes away and boasts a cutting-edge gym, swimming pool, sauna and 18-hole Championship golf course designed by renowned architect Simon Gidman. If escaping to the 19th hole is of greater priority, you’re well served there too, as Witney is home to the famous Wychwood Brewery. Practical escapism is the hallmark of every Lagan Homes development, and Lakeview at Colwell Green continues the trend.

<b>We are an HBF 5 star builder</b>
<b>Our site at Kingstone Grange won the property award for best residential development in Herefordshire</b>

Leisure

Located just 12 miles from Oxford, the charming location of Witney is the largest of the market towns in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. With its 17th century town square, spired parish church and 18th-century town hall, few settings are more quintessentially English. However, that’s not to say this is a location stuck in the past. Far from it in fact. It’s a setting bristling with vibrancy and offering all the modern-day conveniences demanded in today’s always-on world. Naturally when escaping to the countryside, you want to be greeted with endless green vistas, rolling countryside and woodland retreats. You’ll discover Witney has you more than covered. The beautiful Witney Lakes Resort is just minutes away and boasts a cutting-edge gym, swimming pool, sauna and 18-hole Championship golf course designed by renowned architect Simon Gidman. If escaping to the 19th hole is of greater priority, you’re well served there too, as Witney is home to the famous Wychwood Brewery. Practical escapism is the hallmark of every Lagan Homes development, and Lakeview at Colwell Green continues the trend.

Education

Access to top-rated education isn’t limited to the world famous university located up the road in Oxford. In fact, you’ll find a number of academies and schools just minutes from the development. These include the Batt C of E Primary School, rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, and the West Witney Primary School and Nursery, which holds a ‘Good’ rating. Pupils at secondary school level are equally well cared for in Witney, with both Wood Green School and The Henry Box School rated ‘Good’.

Shopping

Few market towns host as many events at Witney, with each and every one offering a compelling reason not to venture too far from your doorstep. In addition to the annual Witney Feast and Wychwood Forest Fair, the Witney Carnival takes place every summer, and provides a free family day out packed with craft stalls, children’s entertainment and delicious food outlets. A love for fine dining appears to be a reoccurring theme, with Witney boasting an impressive number of restaurants and bars for a market town of its size. Notable mentions include the ever popular Turkish restaurant Gonjoo, Chequers Smokehouse and The Fleece pub, which has twice been voted one of the top twenty pubs in the UK.