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The Pastures

Hyde Copse, Marcham, Oxfordshire

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The Location

If you're looking to enjoy the very best of country living with easy access to town amenities, The Pastures offers everything you’re looking for - a great place for families to settle.

Ideally placed on the edge of the community of Marcham, this prestigious collection of new homes is bordered by attractive woodland and open fields, and is just a few minutes drive from neighbouring Abingdon.


The village of Marcham includes a number of local shops, including a post office and pub. Nearby Abingdon offers access to a wider array of high-street stores and independent shops, as well as a supermarket for the weekly shop.

A variety of clubs and societies in Marcham include;


Marcham Church of England Primary School is well-regarded school, whilst in Abingdon there is a good choice of secondary schools; including Larkmead School and John Mason School.


Local transport links are also excellent, with regular commuter services operating from Didcot Parkway railway station eight miles away to London Paddington in just over 40 minutes

The A34 is also close by for access to Oxford and the M40 to the north, and Newbury and the M4 to the south.

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