In common with every Tesni development, this project is overseen by our award-winning* construction manager who has garnered more than 40 years’ experience. Each new Tesni home comes complete with an LABC 10 year guarantee.
A Tesni home is where design expertise meets environmentally responsible building. Each home is EPC rated ‘A’, for lower bills and lower environmental impact. Spacious living areas are warmed by dual-fuel log-burning stoves set on a natural slate hearth; Velux sun pipes enhance natural light, and the heat recovery ventilation system lets in fresh air whilst retaining the heat. Beautifully designed open-plan kitchens have bi-fold doors leading on to the garden. To truly appreciate the outstanding features of a Tesni home, you’ll have to come and see for yourself…
*National House Builders Council, Local Authority Building Council, Top 100
Type A - Pear Tree House
House Type A (approx. 1582 sq ft)* - £319,995
Plot 5: ‘Pear Tree House’ - SOLD
Type B - Elm House, Rowan House, Aspen House and Cedar House
House Type B (approx. 1625 sq ft)* - £349,950
Plot 1: Elm House (SOLD), Plot 2: Rowan House (SOLD), Plot 3: Aspen House (SOLD), Plot 4: Cedar House (SOLD)
Type C - Oak House
House Type C (approx. 1550 sq ft)* - £334,950
Plot 6: ‘Oak House’ (SOLD)
Our homes benefit from many exceptional interior details. Living space is warmed by a dual-fuel log-burning stove from Mendip’s ‘Churchill’ range, set on a natural slate hearth. We offer a choice of superior quality kitchens with solid ash doors and solid oak worktops, and a selection of tiles by Porcelanosa of Spain. All bathrooms have towel-warmer radiators, and there is an extra television point in the master bedroom. Solid oak posts have been installed in the car port, and loft ladders are fitted for convenience and safety.
Beautiful natural red cedar cladding enhances the building’s exterior, while the grounds benefit from an easy-care, eco-friendly garden with water-butt for rainwater collection, a bird box, and thoughtful planting designed to provide the local wildlife with a welcoming environment.
Welcome to Oswestry
Situated on the border between Shropshire and Wales, this lively medieval market town has an interesting mix of historic buildings, independent shops, restaurants and cafés. Events run throughout the year and include a literature festival in March and a food festival in July. Everything required for busy working lives is right here, and, come the weekend, you can explore the spectacular borderland countryside on foot, bike or horseback, or discover the region’s famous waterways by narrowboat.
Modern living, historic surroundings
Just a short distance from the centre of Oswestry, our new development of 6 four bedroom family homes is ideally located for easy access to the town (only ten minutes on foot), and links to all major transport networks. Morda Road is close to excellent state and private schools, convenient supermarkets, great places to eat out, and is perfectly placed to take advantage of the wonderful Shropshire countryside.