Savills | Deanfield View, Castle Street, Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire, OX27 0HJ | New homes for sale
1,008 sq ft(93.65 sq m)
Guide price £395,000 -​ £825,000(€457,281 -​ €955,081)

Deanfield ViewCastle Street, Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire, OX27 0HJ

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Key features

  • Small scheme of just 8 private homes
  • Built by renowned local developer Deanfield Homes
  • External images are computer generated
  • Most homes take advantage of lovely, rural, open views
  • Exemplary attention to detail and build quality
  • High specification interiors
  • Garages and/or parking
  • Primary School, Pubs & Post Office

*All homes now reserved* A collection of eight beautifully constructed 3 & 4 bedroom homes with superb open views. Located within a vibrant village with excellent amenities.

About this property

  • The gorgeous Buckinghamshire village of Marsh Gibbon has plenty to offer, with a public house, post office, church, village hall, and a primary school it is easy to see why it is such a popular place to live.

    Deanfield View sits in a peaceful enclave set back from the road directly opposite the Primary School and enjoys stunning rural views to the front and rear of most of the properties. Appeal is evident from the outset, with a street scene of warmth and character, thanks to the thoughtful designs – houses built using traditional-style Bekstone from Burford quarry and pleasing exterior designs. Internally, each home benefits from a high quality specification, generous proportions and the choice of three or four bedrooms.

    Deanfield Homes are rapidly gaining a reputation for exemplary construction quality coupled with excellence in customer service. Their focus is on small to medium sized schemes in popular and desirable village locations and Marsh Gibbon is no exception.

    There are just eight private homes at Deanfield View ranging in size from 1,008 to over 1,980 sqft and all homes come with a garage and additional off-street parking. Deanfield Homes take particular care to ensure the approaches to their homes are handed over beautifully landscaped making the return home at the end of a busy day a welcoming sight.

    Like your gadgets? There's CAT6 wiring installed to all main rooms + USB sockets adjacent to the bed in each bedroom and TV socket installed to the wall. Keep everyone happy with fast fibre broadband too.

    Kindly note these homes are under construction with first occupations currently scheduled for Q4 2021. Site walks are available for proceedable purchasers by appointment - please contact Savills.

    Homes under £437,600 are available with the government Help to Buy scheme whereby first-time buyers can take out an interest free, five year loan for up to 20% of the cost of a new home, meaning you need only a 5% deposit and a 75% mortgage to buy your first home*.

    *Terms and eligibility criteria apply.
    **Please note - some images are computer generated and may be of the local area or previous Deanfield Homes developments and are representative only.

Small schemes of this quality in villages brimming with amenities are extremely rare.

Sarah Monier-WilliamsProperty agent

Local information

  • Marsh Gibbon revels in its rural standing and picture postcard setting. The village itself is dotted with historic stone and thatched properties – including a Grade II* listed church – which are flanked by open fields at every turn. What's more, the village's character will remain unchanged for generations to come, thanks to three areas that benefit from Conservation Area status – granted in 1980 to protect the very essence of life in an English countryside parish.
  • Small enough to nurture a true community spirit, yet large enough to offer residents a number of amenities, Marsh Gibbon is a desirable place to call home. All the vital ingredients of everyday life are present – a pub, a village shop and post office, village hall, pre-school, primary school, a pond, two churches and a new village store for the local community – the latter built by Deanfield Homes as part of the Deanfield View development.
  • For the active, there are public footpaths to follow, taking you into the wider Buckinghamshire countryside, sports and social clubs to join, and community events that bring the village together.
  • Travel approximately four miles by road and you'll reach Bicester town centre, where there are two trains stations to choose from – Bicester Village and Bicester North. From here there are fast, reliable rail connections to Oxford, London and Birmingham. Commuting by car is made easy thanks to junction 9 of the M40, which is situated less than eight miles from Deanfield View. Heathrow and Birmingham airports are both less than 60 miles away.