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Bellmount View ‘a cut above the rest’ that has ticked all the boxes for couple

4 Aug 2022

It’s only been three weeks since Martin Potter and his partner Lisa Perry moved into their brand new four bedroom detached home in the Oxfordshire village of Faringdon. The couple are already confident they made the right decision by choosing Bellmount View and have been ‘blown away’ by how helpful staff have been.

They decided to leave their old house in Oxford to be closer to Martin’s work and found that Bellmount View was, in comparison, a ‘cut above the rest’ of the housebuilders they visited.

Lisa said: “We discovered Bellmount View by accident after touring around and from day one all the staff have made us feel welcome. There was no pressure, no hassle and we felt very well looked after from start to finish. We had a look at about two or three different styles of houses, before choosing our home.”

Martin added: “It was the specification and the high quality of the build and the extras that made a massive difference to our decision to buy. The finish was just so nice compared to other developments we had looked at. You could tell the homes had a better-quality build. We didn’t feel Bewley had scrimped on the specification and the size of the bedrooms are very generous. It’s difficult to get all boxes ticked, but Bewley managed it!”

Lisa explained: “When we chose our kitchen design, we got all our samples and went through ideas and how we wanted it to look. We really enjoyed the process and decided on smooth glossy doors and whitish-grey speckled granite worktops, with the grey flooring to really make it pop as we wanted the open plan kitchen/dining area to be the focal point of the home. Also imagining the French doors being open in the summer overlooking the countryside will be divine.”

The layout of the four-bedroom detached property also offers a downstairs study. Martin – who works for a manufacturing company – is using the space as an office. But when he and Lisa do need to travel to work it’s a stress-free and scenic journey. 

Martin added: “Two of the main reasons we chose Faringdon is the great transport links and we know people in the area. Lisa works as a speech and language teaching assistant and quite enjoys her daily commute as the route is pretty. I am happy too as work isn’t that far and I haven’t needed to change my golf club either, as it is only a 30-minute drive away.”

For Martin and Lisa, the fact that their plot looks out across Faringdon and has beautiful countryside all around it is a major plus. The couple are looking forward to getting out and exploring the area they now call home. 

The collection of homes at Bellmount View includes two, three, four-bedroom properties with prices ranging from £405,000 to £565,000.  Bewley Homes have been delighted with the success of their schemes in the west, which are part of their new western region.

Elaine Stratford, Sales and Marketing director at Bewley Homes, commented: “It’s always lovely to hear from our customers with such positive feedback about our colleagues and the quality of homes. Bellmount View has been hugely popular, and we know that this is a combination of the location and the range of homes from our Garden Village Collection that appeals to all generations of buyers who are looking for quality and style with their new build.”

Elaine added: “We know the development has appealed not only to young couples and families, but also to those who are moving from a larger home who are now wanting low maintenance living. The wonderful thing about that is they can bring all of their memories to a new home but forget the stresses which often come with a much older second hand property.  With all of our customers, we find they are really seeking that ‘something special’ and these attractive homes deliver that brilliantly. The location also benefits from excellent transport links, easy access to the M40 and fast rail links into London. We feel confident in what we offer and are excited for all our new homeowners and are here for their journey.”