November 8, 2022
Hayfield has completed its development of 70 luxury homes in the historic Wiltshire village of Blunsdon.
All of the homes at Hayfield Wood, on Sams Lane, have now sold out, and plans are well underway to handover a purpose-built community shop and café to a management committee.
Shelley West, Regional Sales Director at Hayfield, said: “Hayfield Wood proved to be a hugely successful development for us, and we are thrilled to have now exchanged on all of our new homes. From the moment we launched to the market early last year, we were amazed by the level of interest and rate of sales.”
Included on the development was a stunning five-bedroom show home that scooped a bronze WhatHouse? Award for Best Interior Design, with Hayfield going on to take top prize in the coveted Best Medium Housebuilder category and be named Housebuilder of the Year.
The name Hayfield Wood was inspired by the array of native trees both retained and incorporated within the 16-acre development site, along with shrubs and a wildflower meadow. All of the homes were designed around a large area of Public Open Space, balancing ponds and landscaping features, which is typical of Hayfield developments.
Hayfield builds beautiful, sustainable family homes across the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire in prime semi-rural locations.
Construction is currently underway on Hayfield’s second Wiltshire scheme at Hayfield Rise, a £21m development on the outskirts of Devizes set to deliver 50 zero carbon ready luxury homes. The prime eight-acre (3.22 Ha) site in the village of West Lavington, on the north edge of the Salisbury Plain, will feature a range of bungalows and two, three, four and five-bedroom executive houses.
All of the new homes will be zero carbon ready and exceed the government’s Future Homes Standard – which will be mandatory from 2025 – and include innovative solutions installed as standard, such as air-source heat pumps, increased insulation, water efficiency measures and electric vehicle charge points. Hayfield is committed to being a sustainable developer and has pledged to be net zero by 2030.
The first homes will be available to buy in the Spring of next year.