Webbs Orchard


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Welcome to Webbs Orchard, a private development of four unique and outstanding homes. Built from natural Cotswold stone, with slate roofs and beautiful stone boundary walls, this exclusive development has been carefully crafted to exceed even the highest standards. 

Each home has been designed individually to optimise their living space; timeless finishes and thoughtful layouts come together to produce an intuitive and attractive home.

Webbs Orchard hosts four 4 and 5 bedroom homes, all with garaging. Modern homes built with traditional techniques, each home features a grand kitchen/family room with natural limestone floor, completed by bi-fold doors that open onto a patio area of the same finish.

Located within a prime and secluded position within the picturesque village of Kingston Bagpuize, you can benefit from an abundance of the surrounding Oxfordshire countryside, whilst retaining city-wide connectivity to Oxford and London.

The villages of Kingston Bagpuize and Southmoor are perfectly located in the Vale of White Horse at the junction of the A420 and A415, midway between the bustling market towns of Abingdon-on-Thames and Witney.

For days out you will be spoilt for choice, whether choosing the local attraction on Millets Farm or the historic city of Oxford with its bustling markets, boutiques and of course the landmark development of the Westgate Centre.

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Take a look at our interactive online brochure for the Melrose House property.

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