Picture No. 35
1,756 to 1,756 sq ft(163.14 to 163.14 sq m)
Asking price £675,000

Deanfield GroveSt Johns Road, Tackley, Oxfordshire, OX5 3AW

  • New development

Key features

  • Just one home remains
  • Short walk to the station - just one stop to Oxford
  • Vibrant village community
  • Exemplary construction quality
  • Pub, playground, shop and village hall within level walking distance
  • Small development
  • Larger than average plot sizes
  • EPC = Awaited

Final opportunity - Super small scheme from a developer known for exemplary construction quality. Set in the heart of the vibrant and well-connected village of Tackley.

About this property

  • Deanfield Grove is a small and attractive development of two, three and four bedroom homes located in the heart of the historical and picturesque Oxfordshire village of Tackley.

    These homes are spacious and well laid out - ideal for growing families or the active retired looking for village centre living within easy reach of Oxford.

    This is the latest project from the experienced and dedicated team at Deanfield Homes, known for their exemplary construction quality and attention to detail.

    Ideally located in the Cherwell Valley to the north of Oxford and just 3 miles from the town of Woodstock, Tackley is a sought-after village location which also benefits from a railway station providing direct rail services to Oxford and Banbury with onwards connections to London, Birmingham and beyond.

    Tackley has a lively community atmosphere - with a Walking Group, local History Group, Scouts, Craft Club, regular film nights, a choir, cycling club and a community pub – the Gardiner Arms. The Oxford Theatre Company is a regular visitor to the Village Hall and the annual Tackley Horse and Pony Show attracts visitors from around the world.

    Incentives are available including the Government's Help to Buy scheme. Under this scheme movers can take out an interest free, five year loan for up to 20% of the cost of a new home, meaning they need only a 5% deposit and a 75% mortgage to buy a property. Please note terms and conditions apply - do get in touch if you have questions about how Help To Buy works.

    The stunning show home is open Friday to Sunday 10am - 5pm and site walks now available to final remaining homes - please call Savills on 01865 269010 to book a viewing.

    Please note internal images are of the Fyfield show home at a the Deanfield Grove development, some external images and the video are computer generated and are indicative only.

Local information

  • The charming village of Tackley enjoys a sought-after location, just 11 miles from Oxford and in the heart of the picturesque Cherwell Valley.
  • The village itself comprises historic listed buildings together with an attractive mixture of old Cotswold-style cottages and modern homes. At the edge of the village is the Church of St Nicholas, parts of which date from Saxon times. In the centre of Tackley sits the village green with its old oak tree – as well as a well-regarded pre-school and primary school, The Gardiner Arms public house, Village Hall and a community-run village shop offering day to day essentials alongside fresh local produce.
  • More extensive facilities can be found in the nearby town of Woodstock including primary and secondary schools, a library, many specialist shops, small supermarket, banks, hotels, public houses and restaurants. A large Sainsbury's supermarket can be found at nearby Kidlington.
  • Tackley is well placed for access to the A34 and the M40 (junction 9) which provides routes to the Midlands and London. Tackley also benefits from its own train station with links into Oxford or Banbury, from there regular services are available to London Paddington or London Marylebone (via Oxford Parkway).

Additional information

  • Directions: The village of Tackley is easily accessible by bus, car and rail. From Oxford city centre take the train one stop North to Tackley station. Alternatively, if heading from Oxford, drive up the A4260 and turn right into Tackley village where both the village and the site are clearly signposted.