New Homes in Bicester
Whether you’re going for long walks through Island Pond Wood and Bure Park Nature Reserve, or exploring Trow Pool and Upper Ray Meadows, other natural draws include Whitecross Green Wood and Tusmore Park. Pay a visit to Boarstall Tower and take advantage of the play and picnic areas at Garth Park; all with our developments closest to Bicester below.
Living in Bicester
With a history that stretches back to Saxon times, Bicester is characterful market town with a rich heritage to look back on. You can discover more about the area and its charms below, while there’s more information on arrangements like our Part Exchange scheme on our latest offers page.
Things to see and do in Bicester
Strolling around the town centre reveals a collection of beautiful half-timbered buildings and Bicester’s roots as an agricultural marketplace. St Edburg’s Church dates back to the beginning of the 12th century, while the Old Vicarage and Old Priory were built around the year 1500. There’s still a weekly market and a monthly farmers’ market you can shop at, while the town centre also reveals a number of cafes, restaurants and pubs.
Garth Park and Bure Park Nature Reserve are a pleasant spots for a little walk close to the heart of town, while the pretty Island Pond Wood is just off Blackthorn Road on the outskirts. Head south to Alice’s Meadow and Asham Meads Nature Reserve or further afield to the Chiltern Hills, or make the most of the beautiful Cotswolds to the west. Oxford is also less than 15 miles away and great for a day out exploring the city’s unique history and culture.
There are a number of schools ranked as good by Ofsted in Bicester, including Brookside Primary, St Mary’s Catholic Primary and Longfields Primary and Nursery School. The Bicester School and Cooper School are both mixed secondaries which are also good in Ofsted’s eyes, while the town is home to Bicester Technology Studio too.
Transport links in Bicester
Bicester has very strong transport links. There are two train stations close to the centre of town, Bicester North and Bicester Village, while there are a number of bus routes serving the local area and beyond. The M40 motorway passes close to town, providing you with quick, direct access to London in the south and Birmingham to the north, while Oxford is less than 15 minutes away on the train. Services to London take under an hour, making Bicester viable for commuting to the capital on a daily basis.
The Bicester property market
Those commuter links and the quiet atmosphere around town means house prices are considerably higher than the national average. Property is a lot cheaper than in London though, making this a popular place for people to live who want more space, especially families with children.
There are some great properties in and around town, including an exciting collection of new 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes off Middleton Stoney Road close to Whitelands Farm Play Area. Buying new is the perfect way to tailor your home to the modern way of life, while you could also benefit from money-saving schemes like our Movemaker offer when you buy your new home with us.
New Homes Offers & Schemes in Bicester
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If you’re looking to buy a new house, our Deposit Boost or Deposit Unlock schemes could be ideal for you.
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