Milton Road, Bloxham, Oxfordshire, OX15 4FR
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Price and availability correct as of 25/10/2020 at 01:01. A management fee may apply, this is plot specific. All details should be checked with our sales team and confirmed with solicitors. Energy ratings are estimates based upon the predicted energy assessment from the SAP calculations at the design stage.
Bloxham’s local history and distinctive buildings, many of them within a conservation area, are celebrated in a small museum housed in a building dating back to the 14th century. The village’s clubs and societies range from reading and history to gardening and choral singing, and there are two traditional pubs, the Elephant and Castle and the Joiner’s Arms. To the south of the village, RAF Barford St John’s is a WW2 airfield that featured in the 1949 film Twelve O’Clock High. It is now used by the USAF as a communications centre.
Weavers Fields is five miles from Banbury and five and a half from junction 11 of the M40, with Oxford around half an hour’s drive away. Bloxham is served by Stagecoach Service 488 between Chipping Norton and Banbury, and trains from Banbury run to Birmingham Moor Street and London Marylebone, both journeys of less than an hour, as well as to Manchester, Oxford and further afield.
The area around Bloxham offers much delightful countryside to explore, including the splendour of Broughton Castle, a magnificent crenellated manor house surrounded by a moat and set in beautiful parkland. The castle is just three miles from Weavers Fields. Woodgreen Leisure Centre in Banbury incorporates a 50m outdoor pool, 40- station gym, exercise studio and indoor bowls, and a second Banbury leisure centre, Spiceball, offers a 25m indoor pool, 150-station gym and other facilities. The golf clubs of Tadmarton Heath and Rye Hill are located next to each other around three miles west of Bloxham.
There are recycling receptacles for metal cans and glass bottles and jars at the post office in the high street, and for electrical items such as toasters and kettles as well as computers and TVs at the Warriner School, at the northern end of the village.
In addition to the private Bloxham School, there are two state schools in Bloxham. Bloxham C of E Primary, described by Ofsted as a good and highly inclusive school, is less than a mile from Weavers Fields. The village’s secondary, the Warriner School, has the largest school farm in the country. Godswell Lodge surgery, ten minutes’ walk from the development, includes a dispensary and a complementary therapy centre, and there is a dental surgery adjacent to it.
Within half a mile of Weavers Fields there is a delicatessen, a convenience store stocking most everyday essentials, and a petrol station. A little further on, the High Street shops include a post office and newsagent, a pharmacy, a Co-op, a hairdresser and a fish and chip shop. Banbury offers a wide choice of shopping environments, from a centuries-old Thursday and Saturday market to high street fashions in the Castle Quay Mall.
When it comes to getting the details right, we're committed to quality throughout. We only work with high-quality brands, for example Symphony for kitchens, Porcelanosa for ceramic tiles and Ideal Standard for sanitary-ware.
From sleek, designer kitchens to cool, contemporary bathrooms, down to the fine details of tiles and taps, there's plenty to fire your imagination and suggest a whole range of possibilities for you to create a unique living environment.
Please note: Specification choices are dependent on build stage at the time of reservation.
What our customers have to say...
“Weavers Fields is on the edge of a Cotswold village and it’s very pretty here.”
“The whole process was made very easy.”
We were both working a lot of hours throughout the process but Sarah in Sales made it easy by fitting things around us. She scheduled things like the handover meeting and any phone calls around our free time. We also took some assurances as we used Help to Buy, and she helped us get to grips with that. It was very straight forward using their mortgage broker and it was better priced.
“Our home is not too big and not too small, but we loved the fact we had four double bedrooms.”
Most other houses we looked at, even if they had the same number of bedrooms, just didn’t have the space. The use of Cotswold Stone made it very attractive and tied in nicely to be in keeping with the village. On arriving in the home, we were pleased at the standard of finishing.
“It’s a nice place to live and it’s very convenient.”
We’re on the edge of a typical English village with its thatched cottages, narrow streets, pubs and well kept, beautiful gardens. We can get into Chipping Norton in twenty minutes and London in fifty minutes, so that makes it easy.
I’d definitely recommend Miller Homes...
...because the house seems well built, the process of buying it was very easy and it was eased by Sarah.