Oxfordshire includes part of the Chilterns, Cotswolds and the Vale of White Horse as well as the city of Oxford, with its ‘dreaming spires’. Its proximity to London and Birmingham make it a popular place to live.
The charming southern Oxfordshire towns of Henley and Wallingford represent the English countryside at its very best with new developments at Didcot, Abingdon and Sutton Courtenay.
The proximity of London and great transport links via rail and motorways mean Oxfordshire is accessible. Banbury is on the main line to Birmingham and Manchester, and Oxford’s new Parkway station to the north will link to Oxford to provide services to both Paddington and Marylebone in under an hour. The M40 serves much of the county.
With great employment and educational opportunities across the county, new homes for sale in Oxfordshire are in high demand.
Scotland's housebuilder with a rich heritage
CALA (The City of Aberdeen Land Association) Homes has a heritage going back over 100 years and can claim to be the first Scottish company listed on the London Stock Exchange. Starting out in Aberdeen, the company gradually expanded south to places such as Glasgow, Edinburgh and then across England. It's now regarded as a leading player in the UK housebuilding industry. CALA Homes aims to provide high quality, luxury new home...read more