Bishop’s Acre , Lighthorne
Hilltop House is an impressive five bedroom, five bathroom detached home and sits behind electric gates at the head of Bishop’s Acre enjoying views to the front over open countryside.
Deer’s Leap is a contemporary home designed as an upside down house providing a stunning open plan space upstairs to take full advantage of the light and views. The house has four/five bedrooms, vaulted ceilings and balconies to the front and rear to enjoy the views over open countryside.
Mulberry Cottage is a four bedroom detached home with versatile contemporary accommodation. It benefits from vaulted ceilings and views to the front over open countryside.
Quince Cottage is the show home for Bishop’s Acre and is a four bedroom, three bathroom detached contemporary home with stunning double height entrance hall and galleried landing. It enjoys views to the front over open countryside.
Call 01926 650484 to arrange a viewing
Bishop’s Acre is an exclusive development of five contemporary detached homes located on the fringe of Lighthorne with views to the front over open countryside. Each home is individually designed with spacious and light filled living areas, luxury kitchens and bathrooms and oversized garages. All benefit from state of the art ground source heating for sustainable, cost effective living. Read more about Ground Source Heating HERE.
Lighthorne is a picturesque village with historic buildings such as The Antelope Inn, St Laurence’s Church and thatched stone cottages protected by its Conservation Area status. The thriving community has a wide range of activities including mother and toddler group, history society, bell ringing and ramblers’ groups while the film club, drama group and village hall committee regularly present entertainment in the village hall and outdoors. The sports ground has a cricket pitch, hard tennis court and Pavilion Cafe, and adjacent are the village allotments
Viewing by appointment only.
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Images above are taken in and around Lighthorne