New homes in Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire is a county in the South East of England that borders Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Gloucestershire, as well as Northamptonshire, Warwickshire and Wiltshire. Whether you want to live in a small village, or largest city Oxford with its rich history, new builds in Oxfordshire are in very high demand.
With part of the Cotswolds residing in the county, as well as the Thames Path with 200 miles of walks, there are also historical draws like Blenheim Palace, the Bodleian Library and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History to explore. You can see our latest range of new homes in Oxfordshire when you start your search below.
Living in Oxfordshire
Whether you’re drawn by open countryside or the county’s lively little towns, there are many reasons to buy a new home in Oxfordshire. what’s more, offers like our Movemaker scheme can make your property purchase even better, keeping the homebuying process as simple and cost-effective for you as possible.
Things to see and do in Oxfordshire
Starting in Oxford, the historic county town is packed with cultural highlights and notable landmarks, many of which are linked to its world-famous university. From the Bodleian Library to the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, the History of Science Museum and the Bridge of Sighs are also must-visits. Likewise Christ Church Cathedral, the Botanic Gardens and the city’s Norman castle.
There’s lots to keep you occupied across the rest of the county, which is home to Broughton Castle and Blenheim Palace, as well as Wychwood Forest and Shotover Country Park. The Cotswolds provide the perfect backdrop for relaxing walks through scenic countryside, while the North Wessex Downs and Chiltern Hills are also on hand for peaceful hikes and bike rides.
This is a great place to live if you have children, with a strong selection of schools rated as outstanding by Ofsted. This applies to Windmill Primary in Oxford, Ladygrove Park Primary in Didcot and Witney’s Batt CofE, as well as Buckland CofE down the road from Faringdon. Didcot Girls’ School, Witney’s Bartholomew School and Frank Wise School in Banbury are all in the education board’s top band, along with Cherwell School in Oxford.
Transport links in Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire’s transport links are generally a little stronger in the east of the county. This is thanks to the presence of the M40 motorway which dips in and out of Oxfordshire on its way from Birmingham to London. Places like Banbury and Oxford have great rail links, with the latter offering trains to London which take around 45 minutes.
The Oxfordshire property market
Oxfordshire has an excellent property market where prices have shown significant growth over recent years. This means it’s a great place to buy a new home with one eye on the future. It’s also a great place to find new build homes, with everything from our 1 to 5 bedroom homes available in places like Bicester, Didcot, Faringdon and Witney. And don’t forget, if you buy your new home through us, you could sign up to a program like our excellent Part Exchange scheme.
Help to Buy Oxfordshire
In Oxfordshire you can take advantage of Help to Buy South East if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy South East page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.