Oxfordshire is a county of history, culture, country walks and designer shopping.
A vibrant sense of community and an excellent location close to Oxford and with good road and rail links to London, makes The Sidings at Wheatley a great place to live - and there is a choice of two-bedroom houses and two and three-bedroom apartments on offer.
Located between St Martin’s Street and Goldsmiths Lane in the centre of Wallingford, Farthing House is a collection of just eight elegant one and two-bedroom apartments, designed exclusively for the over 55s. The apartments are set on the first and second floors of this newly-constructed building. On the ground floor there’s a communal lobby, allocated parking spaces and a retail unit. A lift from the residents’ car park provides access to each floor.
Beechcroft's proposed retirement community will include a collection of elegant two and three-bedroom houses and apartments along with a neighbouring care home, all within easy reach of Burford town centre.
Subject to planning, Beechcroft's forthcoming retirement community, conveniently located on Shirburn Road in Watlington, comprises an exclusive collection of apartments and houses in a beautifully-landscaped setting.
Historic Oxford is known world-wide for its history, museums, colleges and cultural life but, away from the bustle of the city are a host of other attractive towns and villages - Burford, Chipping Norton, Witney and Woodstock are just a few.
Everywhere, a sense of history abounds from Wallingford, an occasional royal residence, to Blenheim, home to Blenheim Palace, a UNESCO world heritage site. Of all Oxfordshire's retail offerings, Bicester Village Outlet Shopping with over 160 luxury and designer brands is perhaps the most famous. For eating out, you'll be spoiled for choice - from traditional pubs to Michelin-starred restaurants including Belmond Le Manoir Aux Quat'saisons in Great Milton.
In South Oxfordshire, you'll discover the stunning landscapes of the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and in West Oxfordshire, the backdrop is provided by the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Oxfordshire has many wide, open plains which means that walkers and horse riders will enjoy amazing views over the surrounding countryside. Whether you're a serious walker or an occasional rambler, there is a network of footpaths and cycle routes to explore.
Beechcroft retirement properties are ideal for those who want a 'lock up and leave' lifestyle and Oxfordshire, in the heart of the country, is well connected. The M40 passes through the county making Birmingham, London and the national motorway network easily accessible. There are excellent rail services from Banbury, Oxford, Bicester and Haddenham & Thame and from Oxford Parkway, the journey to London Marylebone takes just under an hour.