Graven Hill invites house-hunters to show home launch event

Graven Hill, the UK’s largest self and custom build development in Bicester, Oxfordshire, is inviting prospective homeowners to take an exclusive look inside its latest show home on Saturday 29 February.

The three-bedroom property, designed by Charlie Luxton in partnership with HexxHome, features a balcony, solar panels, battery storage, underfloor heating and a mechanical ventilation heat recovery (MVHR) system, designed to deliver optimal heating and cooling requirements with maximum efficiency.

As well as a tour of the HexxHome, the event will also provide those looking for their next property with an opportunity to preview the latest release of custom build new homes. These three, four and five-bedroom homes are available to reserve off-plan with a completely bespoke choice of layout, fixture and finish options.

For those who are ready to move now, Graven Hill has a selection of two and three-bed terraced homes available to view for immediate purchase. These properties have been built to the same high standard as the site’s custom build homes and are perfect for those looking for a modern, stylish and low maintenance property in a truly unique development.

All custom build and new homes at Graven Hill cater to a range of budgets and are available to purchase with as little as five percent deposit with Help to Buy.

Karen Curtin, managing director at Graven Hill, said:

“Saturday is set to be a real ‘access-all-areas’ event. Not only will we be unveiling our first off-site masonry show home, but visitors will also have the opportunity to preview and reserve their dream home from our updated range of custom build new properties.

“In our opinion, it’s time to take a new approach to the house buying process and put the power back into the hands of the purchaser. With speed, efficiency and cost-effectiveness on their side, prefabricated methods of construction have certainly earned their place alongside ‘traditional’ housebuilding methods. They provide an ideal solution for those who wish to create a bespoke, low-energy home, without the hassle of managing a construction process.”

The event will be held from 10.00 am – 4.00 pm on Saturday 29 February.