Akeman Court is situated in a prime position on the northern edge of Kirtlington, one of the most sought after villages in North Oxfordshire. Set in a stunning countryside location, with excellent connections to Oxford and London, it is rare for such a development to become available. A range of five 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes all with garaging and generous plots. Each home is individually designed with carefully planned living space and luxurious interiors to the highest of specifications. H Willis encourages buyers to work in partnership off-plan to ensure that the interior of their new home is perfect for them. Build quality and modern living are at the core of the H Willis ethos. Carefully selected locations always ensure a level of exclusivity and privacy, whilst being in reach of a thriving community. All H Willis new homes are built with a purposeful sense of scale: no room is compromised by another. The ability to have extensive input into the interior layout and specification, means that buying a H Willis house is as close as you can get to building your own home. For further information on Akeman Court please contact Breckon & Breckon
"I only build houses which I would be happy to live in myself." H-Willis develops exclusive houses of the highest quality that are built to last. We are creating new family homes. Attention to detail defines how we work, from the chimney pot to the fence at the end of the garden. We take great care to integrate seamlessly the best of the old and the new. For example, the stunning garden bi-fold doors are made from maintenance-free powder-coated aluminium, while the internal doors, the front door and the bespoke staircase are all made from traditional oak.
All HWillis houses are covered by the industry gold standard, the 10-year NHBC warranty.
Whether you design the interior of the house yourself or are guided by Henry Willis himself, all the fittings and fixtures in the houses are of the highest quality. Our suppliers are industry leaders and their goods come with long-term guarantees. At H Willis we encourage buyers to design off-plan and, by using the best suppliers, this guarantees the long-term quality and value of each house.
H Willis actively invites buyers to work in partnership off-plan, to ensure that the interior of your new home is perfect for you. Working within a range of the best suppliers, you can choose your kitchens, doors, handles, the flooring – all those elements that will make your house unique to you. If you don't have the time, Henry himself will become your designer, working closely with you to ensure the same outcome.
Kirtlington is a beautiful village that lies adjacent to the River Cherwell, consisting of mostly period stone houses and thatched cottages on two village greens. With a population of just under 1,000, Kirtlington is renowned locally for its all-inclusive community ethos and sense of vibrancy and spirit - one of the many reasons residents remain. The village has its own active website (http://www.kirtlingtonvillage.co.uk/ and newsletter keeping the community updated with all of the many events, clubs and activities, accessible for all ages.
Aside from the many canal side and peaceful woodland walks nearby, the village is bounded by Kirtlington Park, an 18th Century Palladian mansion set in acres of stunning parkland recently featured on both ITV and BBC historical dramas and live opera performances.
There are also further sporting activities in the area including Kirtlington golf course on the edge of the village and Kirtlington Polo Club which was opened in 1926, in the beautiful setting of Kirtlington Park.
Kirtlington has an extensive range of local amenities including a pre-school nursery, a highly regarded primary school (OFSTED rating Good), a public house, hotel and restaurant, a seasonal waterside café, a convenience store with post office, the Parish Church of St Mary, a village hall and cricket pitch.
The nearby towns of Bicester and Woodstock provide a full range of shopping facilities, with further extensive leisure, educational, transport, cultural and shopping facilities in the University City of Oxford.
The village is extremely well connected to Oxford, Birmingham and London. It is approximately 5 miles from the A34, 6 miles from Junction 9 of the M40, and Oxford Parkway station at Water Eaton and Bicester North stations are each circa. 7 miles away, both provide a regular service into London Marylebone and Paddington in under an hour.
The village is a pick-up point for numerous school buses into Oxford and there is a regular bus service into the City's centre also.
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