Nestled in the ancient village of Bampton, just south of the Cotswolds, Tannery Gardens offers a collection of nine stunning freehold homes.
Introducing Tannery Gardens, traditional honey-hued Cotswold stone homes set in the picturesque Thames Valley, designed for you to live later lifeinstyle.
For more information download our brochure or visit Abbey Properties to arrange a property viewing. Alternatively you can contact us on 01392 369704.
Reserved exclusively for those aged 55 and over, this desirable Blue Cedar Homes development comprises nine homes, with two detached bungalows and seven houses. Each freehold property has been carefully designed to take full advantage of its stunning setting and has its own private garden, parking space and garage.
With unique architectural features, every home is charmingly different. Inside, generously sized rooms, and luxury fittings, fixtures and finishes provide a refined living space. Just as your lifestyle changes over time, so too can your house, adapting with ease to meet your changing needs.
Life at Tannery Gardens is all about doing more of what you enjoy most. To make this possible, a dedicated Estate Manager takes care of the gardens, property exteriors and overall development. This leaves you free to just enjoy your wonderful surroundings without the worry of day-to-day maintenance.
At first glance, Bampton may look familiar to you. Made famous by Downton Abbey, Bampton is where the fictitious village of Downton is filmed. However there is so much more to this charming former market town than period dramas. Located just south of the Cotswolds, close to the River Thames, Bampton has been settled in since the Iron Age, and boasts plenty of longstanding traditions. You can take part in – or simply sit back and enjoy – Bampton’s Day of Dance, the Annual Shirt Race and regular Mummers’ plays. Bampton conveniently provides all the essential amenities too. In easy walking distance of Tannery Gardens, you can find multiple cafés, pubs, butchers, a supermarket, hairdressers and a doctor’s surgery.
Surrounded by not one, but three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – the Chilterns, North Wessex Downs and the Cotswolds – there are plenty of rambling routes, picturesque villages and famous landmarks to explore.
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Please note: We partner with local estate agents who assist us with viewings and enquiries. Your details will be passed onto them and you may receive email correspondence.
Things to do.
Whether you are an art-buff, book-worm, flower-fancier or music-lover, enjoy Bampton’s West Ox Arts exhibitions, the annual Oxford Literary Festival, Blenheim Flower Show and Witney’s Music Festival.
Walking and Outdoors.
Surrounded by three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you will never be short of sensational walking routes. For a range of different water sports, visit Cotswold Water Park, where you can enjoy everything from paddle boarding to sailing.
Theatre and Cinema.
Catch all the latest box office hits at Cineworld Cinema in nearby Witney. For large touring theatre productions, opera and ballet, New Theatre Oxford will provide plenty of dates for the diary.
To see how the other half lived, visit the magnificent Blenheim Palace and marvel at its collection of art, antiques and tapestries – all set in acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. Or for a trip back in time, visit Oxford’s world-renowned Ashmolean Museum.
Head to Burford for a quintessential Cotswold experience. Famous for its beautiful high street, you can find everything from charming independent shops and antique emporiums to delicious delis and specialist craft shops.
On your doorstep is The Cotswold Plough, serving delicious hearty food in stunning surroundings – a superb spot for Sunday lunch. With options for fine dining close by, you will be spoilt for choice.
Golf and Tennis.
Nearby Witney Lakes Resort’s par 71 golf course is one of the best courses in Oxfordshire, or if you are more adept at swinging a racket than a golf club, Bampton has its very own Tennis Club.
As a county that is famed for its countryside, Oxfordshire is teaming with wonderful wildlife. Just a stone’s throw from Bampton is Chimney Meadows Nature Reserve, where colourful wildflower meadows make the perfect home for wading birds like the Curlew.
South Devon is renowned for its array of scenic hot spots, with its extensive coastline comprising the picturesque English Riviera, the magnetic South Hams and the dramatic Jurassic coast, as well as luscious countryside and wild, open moorland. The 2,590 square miles of scenic coast and countryside play host to a variety of gorgeous villages and towns that highlight why South Devon is a great place to live. To give you a taste of life in South Devon, we have compiled six of our favourite scenic hot spots with recommendations of the top attractions to visit.
Following the success of our first-ever Project Community Fund in Tavistock, we are now launching our Community Fund in Bampton.
Happy new resident at Kelly Gardens in Tavistock, Anne Leader, had been living in Basingstoke, Hampshire but yearned to move to the south west to be closer to her brother and two sisters, who live in Newton Abbot, Devon, and Launceston, Cornwall respectively.
For further peace of mind, all Blue Cedar Homes properties carry a 10 year NHBC 'Buildmark' warranty.
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