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£329,995 - £550,000
3 and 4 bedroom properties
Appleford Road, Abingdon, Oxfordshire
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More information about Heritage Park...Enjoy the stunning location at Heritage Park
Located in the heart of England’s Thames Valley, Heritage Park is a new select development of two, three and four bedroom homes in the charming village of Sutton Courtenay in Oxfordshire.
- 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in a range of styles
- A range of local amenities on your doorstep
- An Ofsted ‘good’ local primary school
- Within a close proximity to Abingdon and Didcot
- Only a 45-minute commute to London from Didcot Parkway
The village name of Sutton Courtenay is derived from the word ‘Sutton’ meaning ‘south town’ (i.e. south of the town of Abingdon) and the name ‘Courtenay’ – the family who took on the local manor in about 1177. Indeed, the village is so steeped in history that Tony Robinson’s Time Team visited the area to investigate remains linking back to Saxon royalty.
It’s easy to see why Sutton Courtenay has been such a popular place to live for centuries as it’s a picturesque location on the banks of the River Thames. Today, living here means you’ll be immersed in beautiful surroundings and the friendly village atmosphere, whilst being conveniently close to the larger towns of Abingdon and Didcot.
You will be able to get everything you need for day-to-day living as there are a number of village shops and a Post Office in Sutton Courtenay. The nearby town of Didcot is host to the Orchard Shopping Centre, and for a wider range of shops and historical architecture, Oxford City Centre is less than 9 miles away and can be reached easily by train or bus. For serious shoppers, Bicester Village shopping centre is only 21 miles away.There’s a good selection of leisure pastimes…
Living in Sutton Courtenay means you’ll have stunning countryside to explore right on your doorstep and there’s also a good choice of sport in the village too with cricket, football and angling clubs. Nearby Abingdon and Didcot are home to a selection of leisure centres and swimming pools, and the golfers amongst you can enjoy the pristine greens at Drayton Park, Hadden Hill and Frilford Heath.
At Heritage Park you will find a wealth of amenities, schools and transport links all set amongst the stunning backdrop of some of the UK’s finest riverside scenery. Whether you're looking for your first home or more space for a growing family, you’re bound to find what you're after.
There are a number of village shops in Sutton Courtenay, with many more shops and services being found in the surrounding towns.
The town of Didcot which is under 5 miles away, is host to the Orchard Shopping Centre. For a wider range of shops and historical architecture, Oxford City Centre is 9.6 miles away and can be reached easily by train or bus.
For serious shoppers Bicester shopping village is only 21 miles away.
Didcot leisure centre is just 5 miles away, offering a range of racquet sports, volleyball, a gym, swimming pool and sports coaching for children.
The town has good rail links with a direct train from Didcot Parkway that can get you to London Paddington in just over 40 minutes. For road connections, the A34 is just 4 miles from the development, and the M40 and M4 are both less than 15 miles making it the ideal location for commuters.
For destinations further afield, Heathrow Airport is approximately an hour’s drive away.