New homes in Engine Common, Bristol

3 Qty-bedrooms
From £415,000

The Tetbury, Great Oaks, Bristol BS37 7LQ

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3 bedroom house

A light and spacious 3 bedroom, 3 storey semi-detached home with an extensive kitchen, lounge and dining area. The panoramic french doors and windows capture a view over the whole garden. The principal bedroom is the perfect hideaway with beautiful galleried landing, walk-in wardrobe and ensuite shower room.

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Great Oaks

North Road
Engine Common
Bristol
BS37 7LQ

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New homes in Engine Common near Yate include 84 new 3 and 4 bedroom zero carbon homes and 4 bedroom detached chalet bungalows.

Currently under construction with the first homes now available for sale from Andrews, 84 High Street in Yate. We expect our showhome and marketing suite to open on site February/March ’24.

Well connected
Centrally situated in Engine Common, Great Oaks is within walking distance of the local pub, The Codrington Arms, and close to the nearby primary school. A short drive to the town of Yate boast all the amenities you’d expect to find in a bustling town. There’s a shopping centre with cinema, leisure centre and wide variety of shops. Commuting is easy with Yate train station enjoying half hourly connections with local trains in Bristol or north towards Gloucester and beyond.

Pinnacle of energy efficiency
Our latest new homes in Engine Common are zero carbon too. This makes them the absolute pinnacle of energy efficiency and environmental impact being ‘A’ rated with some homes even achieving scores over the top rating.

What makes a home zero carbon?
By jettisoning gas boilers in favour of air source heat pumps, increasing the quality and specification of our solar panels, and upping the insulation levels, we’ve achieved a home which creates as much prime energy* as it needs. In addition, all our zero carbon homes will be automatically enrolled on a zero carbon renewable energy tariff.

  • Prime energy is the regulated energy used to provide lighting, heating and hot water in the home assessed by a standard procedure assuming a typical family lifestyle as indicated in the home’s Energy Performance Certificate.
Details added: 30/05/2023
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