£329,995 - £949,995
2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties
Stadhampton, Stadhampton, Oxfordshire
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This attractive new development is in the pretty Oxfordshire village of Stadhampton and is within easy reach of Oxford, the M40 and rail services to London.
As well as thatched, grade II listed buildings and a church dating back to the 13th century, Stadhampton is home to the widely-acclaimed Crazy Bear hotel and restaurant. This bustling village also has its own primary school, recreation ground and village hall that hosts many activities.
Hampton Meadow has a selection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, all carefully designed to suit today's busy lifestyles. So if you're looking for a quality new home in a rural location within reach of Oxford and London, your search ends here.
Contact us today for a personal viewing appointment with our expertly trained Sales Advisors who can discuss our range of purchasing incentives including Help to Buy and Part Exchange or Smooth Move.
You'll find many independent shops, some chain stores and regular markets just 7 miles away in Wallingford. Thame has been a finalist in the Great British High Street Awards and it offers a mix of national retailers with independent specialist and traditional shops. There are more national retailers at Templars Square in Cowley, which has more than 90 stores, or visit Westgate in the city centre boasting more than 100 stores. For supermarket shopping Wallingford has a Waitrose and Tesco superstore and in Littlemore, on the outskirts of Oxford there's a Sainsbury's. The Crazy Bear at Stadhampton has its own Farm Shop selling locally-reared produce.
Enjoy a meal and a drink at The Crown pub, or The Crazy Bear and then unwind with a walk along the scenic River Thame. The Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is less than 10 miles away, and if you're a fan of Midsomer Murders, you'll recognise Wallingford and Thame, which both feature in the television series. In Oxford you can discover heritage and history including University colleges, the Bodleian Library, the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford Castle and much more. Go punting on the River Thames or visit one of Oxford's theatres or cinemas. If it's sports and fitness you want, there are leisure centres in Didcot and Thame.
Oxford is only 9 miles away on the B480, and it's just 6 miles to Junction 8a of the M40. From there go south for the M25 and London, or north to Banbury and the East Midlands. The A329 goes through the village linking the two popular Oxfordshire market towns of Thame, 10 miles, and Wallingford, 7 miles. Didcot Parkway railway station is 10 miles away, offering services to London Paddington taking about 45 minutes. For air travel, Heathrow Airport is 40 miles and Luton Airport 60 miles.
How we can help
If you are a first-time buyer considering your first step onto the property ladder, or if you are looking to make your next move in the market, we can help!
- Help to Buy - Equity: The Government-backed scheme where you need just a 5% deposit and a 75% mortgage, with a 20% equity loan from the Government. This is available on selected properties up to £600,000 at Bovis Homes developments in England.
- Home Exchange: Bovis Homes could buy your property from you, allowing you to reserve the home of your choice. We could also help by purchasing a property further down the chain. Please note, terms and conditions apply.
- Smooth Move: Bovis Homes could deal with the estate agents on your behalf and cover the costs of selling your existing home.
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