New homes in Brackley
Residing in the south-western reaches of , the market town of Brackley offers a charming location on the River Great Ouse. Surrounded by countryside and with excellent access to the M40 motorway, new homes in Brackley are convenient for getting to , and .
With just over 60 miles away, you don’t have to go stray far from your front door to visit Brackley’s 18th-century town hall, High Street and central square, home to all kinds of different events throughout the year. Take advantage of spots like Farthinghoe Nature Reserve, Saint James Lake and Evenley Wood Garden too; once you browse our new homes near Brackley below.
A charming place to live with a friendly nature and strong community spirit, there’s a lot to get excited about when you decide to buy a new home in . You can also get excited about moving home with the minimum of fuss when you buy your next home through our Part Exchange scheme. With this, we could be a guaranteed buyer for your existing home, meaning you won’t be in a chain or have any estate agents’ fees to pay.
Things to see and do in
has a welcoming town centre with a historic market, plenty of shops, bars and restaurants, and green spaces such as Park just off the High Street. There are numerous play areas for children dotted around town, while Pocket Park and St James Lake on the southern edge of town are perfect for relaxing walks.
Whether you’re getting involved in an event at the central square, taking the dog around Nature Reserve or exploring Park, you can also pick up the path carved out by the River Great to strike out north or south of town. Furthermore, the are always on hand for even more expansive scenery and picturesque landscapes.
There are currently two primary schools in rated as good by Ofsted, Bracken Leas Primary School and Church of England Junior School. Meanwhile, Waynflete Infants’ School is classed as outstanding by the education board. The town’s secondary is Magdalen College School, which is ranked as good, while the Royal Latin School in neighbouring Buckingham is outstanding.
Transport links in
is bypassed by the A43, which you can use to drive to Northampton in around half an hour. You can also jump on the same road to reach the M40 to the south, allowing you to get to Birmingham in around an hour and London in an hour and 20 minutes. hasn’t had a train station since 1963, with the closest rail services available in nearby Kings Sutton and Banbury.
The property market
This is a desirable place to buy a home, meaning there’s a strong property market in the local area. If you’re on the lookout for a new build property close to , don’t miss our stunning developments in neighbouring Buckingham and Banbury. Here you’ll find everything from 3 to 5 bedroom homes perfect for families of all sizes. And don’t forget to check out our latest offers page, where you can find more information on initiatives like the Government’s Help to Buy East Midlands scheme.