Savills | Wildbourne, Jubilee Lane, Milton-under-Wychwood, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 6EW | Property for sale
104.24 sq m
Price on application

Wildbourne, Jubilee LaneMilton-under-Wychwood, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 6EW

  • New development

Key features

  • All available plots now reserved
  • Stunning Cotswold countryside views
  • Some images computer generated
  • Train station and amenities in the village
  • Signature Specification by Spitfire Homes
  • Bespoke kitchens and interior features
  • Double garages with all homes
  • Interior images of show home on site
  • EPC = Predicted B

All released plots now reserved.

About this property

    Wildbourne is a stunning small scheme of just nine houses from a highly respected developer known for the construction quality and attention to detail. Do register your interest as reservations are now being taken.

    Even as you begin to approach the houses the wonderful Cotswold countryside views start to unfold - each of these properties will have a lovely aspect from several of the rooms.

    From the bespoke kitchen and unique oak staircase craftsmanship through to the Villeroy and Boch sanitaryware, the high specification is evident throughout. Front gardens are delivered fully landscaped and rear gardens are tiled to an exceptionally high standard and also turfed. The high specification continues as standard in the rear garden with sensor lighting, exterior sockets and tap.

    Many of the properties have over-sized family kitchen/living areas, perfect for today's contemporary family landscape and a stunning area to entertain with vaulted ceiling and bi-fold doors to enjoy those superb views.

    For your private appointment to view please contact Savills.

Local information

  • Villages such as Milton-under-Wychwood in the Cotswolds are sought after, not only for their mellow stone architecture but also for their strong sense of community.
  • Milton-under-Wychwood lies in the Evenlode Valley, part of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Located 4 miles north of Burford and 20 miles from Oxford, the village forms part of the triptych of settlements which can include the historical Wychwood forest into their names.
  • It is well connected for transportation and benefits from being on several bus routes as well as having a mainline railway station with a direct service to Oxford in under 30 minutes on the Cotswold Line running from London Paddington to Hereford.
  • For the youngsters there's the Wychwood Church of England Primary School as well as a lovely children's outdoor playground and community tennis courts. Amenities are on the doorstep with a health centre, post office, hardware store and Co-operative food store. There are also a wide range of pubs, recreation grounds, community gardens and playing fields within easy reach.
  • The urban centre of Witney 8 miles to the south east provides more comprehensive hospital facilities along with a multiplex cinema. For a touch of luxury, the Daylesford Organic headquarters with shops, restaurants and cafe is located just a few miles to the North East.
  • Stunning countryside walks are on the doorstep and in the neighbouring village of Shipton there are 12 acres of avenues, woods and ponds which make up the Wychwood Wild Garden to explore. Predominantly laid out in the 1860's, the garden is home to wildlife and several breeds of ducks and birds. It is owned and managed by the local community and offered as a place of peace and tranquility to local residents, guests and visitors to the area.