New Build Homes in Oxfordshire

Tucked in the heart of England, Oxfordshire is a county renowned for its rich history, stunning landscapes, and academic excellence. Home to the world-famous University of Oxford, the county boasts a vibrant cultural scene with historic landmarks such as Blenheim Palace and the Bodleian Library. Its picturesque countryside, including the Cotswolds and the Thames Valley are world-famous, and with its blend of tradition and innovation, Oxfordshire really is a captivating destination for visitors and residents alike.

Home to one of the oldest universities in the world, it’s famous for its outstanding education

With over 25% of the county designated as AONB, it’s home to the world-famous Cotswolds region

Some of the UK’s most beautiful towns are in Oxfordshire, including Oxford, Banbury and Abingdon

Steeped in history and stunning architecture, it’s home to places like the majestic Blenheim Palace

Conveniently located, it’s got excellent transport links and access to major roads like the M40



Oxfordshire stands as a prime choice for those looking for a new build home.  Oxfordshire's natural beauty is everywhere, with over a quarter of the county designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), including the iconic Cotswolds region. The rolling hills, picturesque villages, and scenic countryside provide a backdrop of tranquility and charm, ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

Oxfordshire has 296 primary schools and 97 secondary schools, 200 of which are rated good or outstanding. 

Adding to its appeal are the enchanting towns scattered throughout Oxfordshire, each boasting its own unique character and charm. From the historic streets of Oxford to the bustling markets of Banbury and the riverside elegance of Abingdon, residents of Oxfordshire are spoilt for choice for lovely places to visit.

Furthermore, Oxfordshire's rich history speaks for itself, as landmarks like the grand Blenheim Palace and Bodleian Library are known around the world, especially if you’re a fan of Downton Abbey and Midsomer Murders. 

Oxfordshire's location ensures great connectivity and convenience, with excellent transport links and access to major roads like the M40 facilitating easy travel to nearby cities and beyond.

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Oxfordshire has brilliant transport links, with train stations like Oxford, Didcot Parkway, and Banbury. Oxford railway station offers direct services to London Paddington, while Didcot Parkway connects to London Paddington and London Marylebone. Major motorways such as the M40 facilitate easy access to London and Birmingham, which is great for commuting, and travel within Oxfordshire and beyond is easy too, thanks to its many A roads.

If Oxfordshire is a place you’d like to call home, you’ll find a range of new developments and homes for sale in and around the West of England and Oxfordshire with Wain Homes.