A crystal-clear pond surrounded by greenery creates an idyllic environment and an impressive welcome at Oaklands.
Situated within the sought-after village of Great Dunmow, the serene entrance sets the tone for the rest of the leafy development, where the homes have been designed to enhance family time.
The 32 beautifully crafted 3, 4 and 5-bedroom houses offer a rural lifestyle in a vibrant community with excellent commuter links. Several homes have already been snapped up at Oaklands and some are available with Help to Buy.
Comprising five individual house types, each with their own character and charm, Oaklands offers elegant homes for contemporary lifestyles.
Large, flowing, multifunctional rooms that are well connected to the outdoors and generous hallways create bright social spaces. Statement 5-bedroom homes feature splendid open-plan kitchens, separate studies, utility rooms, 2 en-suites and luxurious master suites.
The 3 and 4-bedroom homes offer equally impressive spaces, carefully considered layouts and stunning fixtures and fittings.
The Hampton Bay stands out from the crowd with beautiful weatherboarding, traditional sash windows and a feature bay window whilst the Canterbury features a large bedroom above a carport, ideal for a games room or teenage hideaway.
Garages, driveways and beautifully landscaped gardens are the icing on the cake for these lovely family homes.
In keeping with the scenic backdrop, the homes are surrounded by generous green boulevards that also run through the development. A picturesque location, Dunmow provides a superb contrast of rural countryside and an enticing village high street.
Oliver Hookway, CEO of GO Homes, comments: “A family home must have a heart, where everyone gathers together for vital family time. Ultimately, the best house layout is one that aligns with your lifestyle.
“We’ve created sparkling family homes and a location where professional and home life can slot together perfectly. Families can spend quality time together inside the home, where everything has been designed to meet all their needs, or outside where they can enjoy village life, explore the nearby towns and reach the capital.”