Bellway - Brunswick Green, OX11
Welcome to Brunswick Green
Launching September 2017 – register your details for further updates
These 2,3 and 4-bedroom new homes based in Didcot are designed to appeal to a range of audiences, including first-time buyers, young professionals and investors.
Finished to a high-quality specification, this collection of detached and semi-detached houses include modern features, such as en-suite bathrooms, integrated kitchen appliances and open-plan living spaces. All homes include gardens and either garages or parking spaces.
Families are well catered for, with plans to build a new primary and secondary school on the development. There are also several well-regarded primary and secondary schools nearby.
Brunswick Green is ideally located for the local amenities that Didcot has to offer, including a shopping mall, several supermarkets and plenty of bars and restaurants.
The town also benefits from a number of sports facilities, including three leisure centres and a golf club, as well as football and cricket grounds.
For further outdoor pursuits, Brunswick Green includes large open spaces for the enjoyment of residents, while Didcot itself features several parks and gardens. The development also offers ease of access to the surrounding Oxfordshire countryside. Mowbray Fields nature reserve is within close proximity and is popular for walking and cycling.
The development is ideal for commuting, with major roads easily accessible from the development. For motorways, the M4 provides access to London and Reading, while the M40 leads to Banbury, London and on to Birmingham. The nearby A45 provides a convenient route to Oxford.
Brunswick Green also benefits from frequent local bus and rail services. Didcot Parkway rail station is less than two miles away and provides easy access to London, Reading and Oxford, while bus services run to towns and villages in Oxfordshire.
These new homes in Didcot lie within 25 minutes’ drive from Oxford town centre and 40 minutes of Reading. Here, independent boutiques and high-street stores sit alongside a variety of restaurants, cafés and traditional pubs.
Historic Oxford is home to a good selection of museums and galleries, while slightly further afield, London boasts a wealth of cultural attractions from art galleries and national museums, to monuments and palaces. The capital also offers multiple retail opportunities, including the popular Westfield Shopping Centre and the many stores lining Oxford and Regent Street.
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