A name you can trust
Originally founded in 1963, Darcliffe Homes are experts in bespoke property development. With more than 50 years experience, our growth has been built around meeting exacting standards and producing best in class traditionally built properties of unrivalled quality which together have cemented our reputation as one of the leading independent housebuilders in the Thames Valley and beyond.
Robust, enduring, traditionally built homes
Every site we build benefits from high quality, bespoke design, both internally and externally, meeting and exceeding our customers’ expectations day-to-day.
Our ethos is to create sustainable developments that inspire smart modern living while maintaining our reputation for creating stylish, high-quality properties. We take pride in our high-end finish but our main aim is to be innovative with design in order to reduce lifetime ownership costs and provide the perfect home for our customers. Our values, relationships, creativity and aims are all central to this vision.
We pride ourselves on doing things differently from other residential property developers. Our approach is to ensure we offer a more personal touch, from the design stage right through to our after-sales service; building close relationships with our buyers is what we strive for. Unlike our competitors, what you see in the show home (excluding furniture, fittings and optional smart features) is what you get included in the purchase price. Buying with Darcliffe means no hidden costs, just reduced lifetime costs.
As a privately owned, local developer, we see the community as an essential stakeholder throughout each stage of a development. Working closely with the community ensures the least possible disruption and allows us to adapt our developments to deliver what the community wants and needs. During the planning stages, we consult widely with parish councils, local politicians and the wider community to find the optimum number of units per site, delivering design solutions in harmony with the local surroundings – even if this means reducing the number of units we build.