Persimmon Homes - Windrush Place, OX29

Prices from £424,995 to £429,995

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Development info

Persimmon @ Windrush Place is part of a new, welcoming development in Witney, Oxfordshire. It features a stylish range of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes. Moving here means your family will also benefit from the brand-new primary school and a local community centre.

Witney is in an excellent location for both Oxford and Cheltenham. It's served by the A40, with regular bus services from the town if you don't want to drive. The nearest mainline train station is just 5 miles away at Long Hanborough. Witney is the largest market town in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds and doesn't disappoint, with a lovely high street, a great range of shops, and a twice weekly market. This a great place to call home and to bring up a family.

The countryside surrounding Witney is stunning. Bordering both the Cotswolds and the Windrush Valley, it's an ideal area for enjoying an outdoor lifestyle.

Leisure

The countryside surrounding Witney is stunning. Bordering both the Cotswolds and the Windrush Valley, it's an ideal area for outdoor activities. Footpaths, cycle ways and bridle paths criss-cross the landscape, offering a relaxing environment in which to unwind. Popular local attractions include Cogges Manor Farm - a unique working museum of Victorian rural life, Bishops Palace - a fascinating archaeological excavation, the Cotswold Wildlife Park, Witney Lake & Country Park and the majestic Blenheim Palace.

Shopping

For day-to-day living Witney has much to offer. There's a great range of shops on the high street as well as excellent pubs and restaurants. Persimmon @ Windrush Place also benefits from great entertainment facilities in the town, including a 5-screen cinema. There is a vibrant nightlife here too.

Transport

As one of the largest towns in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, Witney is well-placed for commuting throughout the region and for access to towns further afield such as Banbury, Bicester, Cirencester, Cheltenham and Swindon. It is located off the A40 and is close to the M40, which is the direct route between London and Birmingham. Rail services from the main railway station in Oxford provide easy access to London in approximately 54 mins, Swindon in approximately 30 mins, Reading in approximately 30 mins and Newbury in a little under an hour.