French oak cladding

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The natural setting of the new homes at Monarch’s Walk in Clanfield is reflected in the attractive use of natural materials by the award-winning house builder, Croudace Homes.

Susan Wadsworth of selling agents Henry Adams, said: ‘This is a very special collection of three and four-bedroom homes in the heart of the village, just around the corner from the cricket club. What makes some of these new homes stand out is the use of French oak cladding which adds a very appealing, natural touch.’

In addition to fencing, extensive use of hedging will also add to the natural feel of Monarch’s Walk.

Henry Adams is currently marketing two of the houses at this unique scheme,

‘Denmead Cottage’, a pretty three-bedroom detached house priced at £324,950 and ‘The Chilgrove’ a generous three bedroom detached house with two parking spaces are now available at £349,950.

‘The three bedroom Denmead Cottage is oak clad outside while inside you’ll find the high standard of finish customers have come to expect from Croudace Homes,’ adds Susan.

‘With an open plan kitchen/breakfast room and an en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes to the master suite, it’s been designed for modern lifestyles.’

‘The Oakwood is a beautifully proportioned three bedroom detached house, also with a generous kitchen diner and living room that opens onto the rear garden and is flooded with natural light; it will make a very attractive family home although it may also appeal to downsizers.’

The East Hampshire village of Clanfield borders the South Downs National Park as well as Queen Elizabeth Country Park and has a range of local shops and restaurants while being only five miles from Petersfield or 15 from Portsmouth.

For further information or to view the new homes at Monarch’s Walk, please contact Henry Adams Petersfield on 01730 262801 or email newhomes@henryadams.co.uk