First phase of refurbished MoD homes nearly SOLD OUT

POPULAR: First phase of refurbished MoD homes nearly sold out. Picture by Annington
POPULAR: First phase of refurbished MoD homes nearly sold out. Picture by Annington

THE first phase of newly refurbished Ministry of Defence (MoD) homes in Abingdon have nearly sold out.

Annington, a private owner of residential property, has refurbished the homes near Dalton Barracks and renamed the development Lamborough Fields.

The first phase has nearly sold out, with just one property remaining. A further selection of two- and three-bedroom homes are now available.

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The development has been popular among young buyers seeking the perfect start home within commuting distance of Oxford and Reading.

James Elliott, sales director at Davis Tate, said: “It’s been very exciting to see the first time buyers flocking to this development, with the competitive price point, it’s easy to see why.

“With the cost of living only rising, many of the buyers have been impressed by the value for money of the homes.”

Louise Saunders, sales and marketing manager at Annington, added: “Light refurbishments has been taken care of with the homes at Lamborough Fields, residents will benefit from new carpet and freshly painted walls.

“While the development has been popular with first time buyers, the development would be suitable for downsizers looking to benefit from an easy move in process too.”

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Prices at Lamborough Fields start from £310,000 for a two-bedroom semi-detached home with a private garden.

To find out more, visit annington.co.uk

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This story was written by Gee Harland. She joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter.

Gee covers Wallingford, Wantage and Didcot.

Get in touch with her by emailing: Gee.harland@newsquest.co.uk

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