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Have It All With New Family Homes In Gaydon

When it comes to family homes, buyers know precisely what they’re looking for. A new survey by Origin[1] has uncovered the top five buyer demands for comfortable family living. Natural light topped the list, with 26.4% of respondents listing this as their priority, followed by a garden (19.8%), an open plan kitchen/diner (16.2%), a downstairs toilet (15.8%) and a separate lounge (12.4%).

Have It All With New Family Homes InGaydon

At Pathways, a new development in the peaceful Warwickshire village of Gaydon by Spitfire Bespoke Homes, the properties tick all of these boxes. The homes combine traditionally-styled exteriors with the bright, contemporary layouts that have become so sought-after in recent years, to offer a unique form of country living that is ideally suited to modern family life.

Sarah-Jayne Hart, Partner at Peter Clarke Estate Agents, comments: “We’ve found demand for Spitfire homes to be incredibly strong, due to their exceptional design and build standards partnered with carefully selected locations. Gaydon is a real destination village within Warwickshire and the Pathways properties offer something unique within the local area – buyers can enjoy idyllic village life without compromising on any of their contemporary lifestyle requirements. Spitfire’s homes exceed expectations at every turn.”

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Gaydon offers picturesque village living in the heart of Warwickshire’s rolling countryside. With a local shop, pub, church and busy village hall, Gaydon has all the necessary elements for offering modern convenience in a rural setting. The village is well connected by road to local places of interest, including Warwick, Leamington Spa and Stratford upon Avon. Proximity to the M40 also provides easy access to Oxford, London and Birmingham.

The Pathways homes reflect the same balance that the village offers, providing every convenience of contemporary living in a delightfully traditional setting. The bespoke kitchens are individually designed, with quartz worktops and ceramic floors. Cottage-style features include hardwood front doors, oak handrails for staircases and natural wood veneer internal doors. Modern touches include sound system hard wiring for a Sonos system in the living room, kitchen and master bedroom, along with dusk to dawn external light sensors and energy efficient, air source heat pump central heating.

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