Standing tall and proud, the four-bedroom Greatworth at Bloxham Vale truly earns its name, creating a great first impression from the outside, which is well worth exploring inside.
A superbly spacious home, it features three floors of high-quality accommodation, with room for all the family and the flexibility to adapt as they grow and your needs change.
To the ground floor you’ll find a generous kitchen / dining room, which will soon become the hub of home life, along with a large lounge that opens out to the garden beyond via double width French doors. You’ll also benefit from a downstairs cloaks and a separate laundry room.
Move up to the middle floor and you’ll find two spacious doubles and a further single bedroom, making it ideal for the larger family or to use as you want, with a home office, play room, hobby room or anything else you dream of.
Rise again and you reach the crowning glory – a magnificently appointed master bedroom suite, complete with built in storage and an en-suite shower room. It’s the perfect escape for you at the end of a long day, or a brilliant bolt-hole for older teens who want a little more space of their own.
With three floors of flexibility, the Greatworth offers so many options it will serve the needs of you and your family for years to come.
About the Development
Located in delightful Oxfordshire countryside, just to the south of the ancient market town of the famous rhyme, Bloxham Vale offers the ideal location for you and your family. Enjoy the country life, surrounded by open fields and charming rural villages, yet within a few minutes of thriving Banbury, Bloxham Vale gives you the unique opportunity to enjoy the very best of both worlds. Enjoy the big city career opportunities from these homes, with direct trains to London in under an hour.
Whatever your plans, whatever your priorities, Banbury has something for you. What’s more, Redrow has the perfect home for you too, with three, four and five bedroom detached homes all available with just a 5% deposit with the Help to Buy scheme.
For your day to day needs, visit the Co-op in nearby Bloxham or you’ll also find Sainsbury’s and Morrisons supermarkets nearby in Banbury town centre.The nearest GP is Hightown Surgery on 01295 270722, with West Bar Surgery and Horsefair Surgery also close by. For dentists, register with Bloxham Dental on South Bar Street, call 01295 257860, or try Banbury Dental Surgery or Amsel & Wilkins Dental Care which are also located in the town.
DiningAs with many other aspects of life at (name of development) dining out is a choice between town and country. In Banbury you’ll find a cosmopolitan selection, with everything from Thai Orchid and Jay Pur Indian, to Zushi Japanese and La Lanterna Italian. You can even step back in time at the town’s two oldest inns, the Reindeer and Whatley Hall Hotel.
Out in the countryside, you’ll find charming friendly inns at every turn, all offering a warm welcome and delicious home cooked food. Try the Plough or the Red Lion in Bodicote, the Joiners Arms in Bloxham or the Saye and Sele Arms in Broughton.
EducationEducation is always at the forefront of our minds when selecting locations for our new developments, and in Banbury you’ll be spoiled for choice.
Bloxham Vale gives you the option of traditional village primary schools in the heart of thriving local communities, or more modern schools within the town. St Mary’s Primary, The Grange Community Primary, Queensway Primary and Harriers Ground Community Primary are all within easy reach.For older children, The Warriner School in Bloxham offers an alternative to nearby Banbury Academy, while North Oxfordshire Academy to the north of the town provides further choice.
LeisureBanbury is a busy town, with lots to offer in the way of arts and culture, sports and leisure. Enjoy the latest blockbuster releases in the Odeon Multiplex, or take in a range of live entertainment from the rich and varied bill at the Mill Arts Centre.
For sports, head for Spiceball or Wood Green leisure centres, or grab your clubs and take on the challenge of Rye Hill or Tadmarton Golf Courses to the west of the town.
ShoppingBanbury is an historic market town and has been a gathering place for folk from the local villages for hundreds of years. The traditional market is still held weekly on a Thursday and Saturday, incorporating a farmers’ market on the first Thursday of the month and an antiques market on the second and forth Thursdays.
While the town has developed over the years, the centre of Banbury still has a few old alleyways and hidden nooks where you’ll find quirky independent shops to capture your imagination. The more modern town centre shopping mostly focuses on the Castle Quay Shopping Centre, which has over 80 stores including High Street names and local specialists. There are also a number of large business and retail parks in the town, including Marley Industrial Estate, home to the likes of B&Q, Homebase and Dunelm and Wildmere Industrial Estate home to Marks and Spencer.
Just a few minutes from junction 11 of the M40, linking you directly to the M25, with London to the south and the West Midlands to the north. Banbury couldn’t be better placed for your daily commute, with Stratford and Warwick both just over 20 miles away, Oxford, Northampton and Milton Keynes are all around 30 miles away. Birmingham International Airport being the closest airport to Banbury is 42 miles away and London Luton at 60 miles, make both holidays and business flights quick and easy.
Direct trains from Banbury Station will have you in London Marylebone in under an hour, with regular rush hour services. Trains to Oxford take just 20 minutes and to Birmingham take just over 45 minutes. You’ll find almost 800 park and ride spaces at Banbury station, making your journey so much simpler.