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Croudace Homes - Priory Manor, OX25

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Priory Manor, Ambrosden

Located in the picturesque village of Ambrosden, Priory Manor is a select development of 2,3,4 & 5 bedroom homes bordering verdant open countryside with rolling hills leading to the River Cherwell.

For specifications relating to the style of homes at Priory Manor please refer to our phase brochure. The brochure is downloadable from individual listings for Priory Manor once launched; alternatively please speak with one of our Sales Consultants for further information.

Leisure

Priory Manor can be found in the north west of Cherwell, with rolling hills made of ironstone. This beautiful golden-brown colour stone is used in building the houses and cottages within the area. The hills are part of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With a wetland moor in the south of Cherwell known as the Vale of Otmoor, this extensive grassland is encircled by the “Seven Towns” of Otmoor. A large part of Otmoor has been made an RSPB nature reserve, with large areas of land being returned to marshland since 1997. Sourced in Northamptonshire, The River Cherwell is the main river within the Cherwell district and it has three small tributaries, rivers Sor, Swere and Ray. The River Cherwell joins the Thames in Oxford. Within the village, a parish church, the Turner Arms public house, a post office, a village hall (formerly the school) and the Five Acres Primary School can be found. Ambrosden also offers a hair salon, a car dealer and garage and a local craft shop. The Church of St. Mary the Virgin is the parish church and whilst the church has been refurbished several times, the door dates from Norman times. The west tower is Early English Gothic and the remainder of the church was rebuilt in the 14th century in a decorated Gothic style. Since the Second World War, Ambrosden has been home to army personnel stationed at St. George’s Barracks. Like many other villages, Ambrosden’s history can be traced back to Saxon times. Historians believe the name derived from the Old English for ‘Ambre’s Hill’ although some believe that Ambrosden was named after a Roman military leader.

Education

The region of Oxfordshire is renowned for its excellent academic facilities and Ambrosden couldn’t be better located, offering a range of Primary Schools to Universities all nearby. Priory Manor is the perfect place for any family to live, grow and learn. Five Acres Primary School is just 4 minutes away by foot from Priory Manor. Chesterton C of E Primary School is less than 5 miles away, with an excellent rating by Ofsted and ethos of creativity, compassion and respect, this school is an ideal starting point for any family.

Transport

Travelling is hassle-free with the village boasting 12 local bus services and main link roads such as the A41 and A34 just minutes from Priory Manor. From Bicester, the closest Rail Station, offers regular services to London Marylebone making this the perfect location for commuters. The thriving city of Oxford is a short 30 minute journey by car and travel further afield with ease due to quick access to Junction 9 on the M40 leading to London, Heathrow, the South East and Birmingham.

Directions

From the M40 Leave the M40 at junction 9 (signed Oxford, Newbury A34, Bicester A41). At the roundabout take the third exit if travelling northbound or first exit if travelling southbound onto the A41 towards Aylesbury and Bicester. At the next roundabout continue ahead, at the next roundabout take the third exit to remain on the A41 to Aylesbury. At the next roundabout take the third exit continuing to follow the A41. Take the second right signposted to Ambrosden. Continue into Ambrosden, after passing a school on your left take the next right onto Merton Road signposted to Merton. Continue for 300 metres and you will find us on the left hand side (just after The Turners Arms Public House). By Train Bicester Town is the nearest railway station, we are a 2.5 mile (10 minute) taxi ride from the station. Bicester North is also nearby, we are a 3.5 mile (14 minute) taxi ride from the station. For further information on train times and fares, please call the National Rail Enquiry Line on , or check the railtrack website on .