New homes in Oxfordshire

We put careful thought into where we build our new homes, aiming to ensure that they are conveniently located near local amenities, have access to green space and are well connected with transport links.

All our new homes in Oxfordshire are designed with energy and water efficiency in mind, with efficient appliances as standard, high efficiency heating systems and good levels of insulation providing a modern, attractive home that can contribute towards living a healthy, sustainable lifestyle.

Discover your new home in any of our available new build developments in Oxfordshire below.


Oxfordshire is a beautifully mixed county, with a vast rural landscape that offers a more peaceful pace of life, but with some bustling towns and the charming city of Oxford itself offering more exciting events.

Located in the southeast of England and bordering Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, and Gloucestershire, its easy travel options to get across the country are just one of the reasons new homes in Oxfordshire are an extremely popular choice.

Oxfordshire is a highly popular tourist destination as it boasts rural beauty and plenty of activities for all to enjoy. As an agricultural county, it mainly consists of rolling hills, winding river valleys, and picturesque country villages. Henley-on-Thames is one of the more renowned villages in Oxfordshire, it is home to the world-famous Henley Royal Regatta which has been hosting rowing crews from around the world for more than 175 years.

The city of Oxford can offer something a little livelier, home to the world-renowned University of Oxford and plenty of museums, galleries, restaurants, and bars there is something for everyone. Alternatively, for the keen shopper, Bicester Village is a little over 10 miles from Oxford city centre and is home to 130 boutiques.

The city of Oxford is also home to the world-renowned University of Oxford. Those that are looking for new builds in Oxfordshire for their family will be pleased to know that schools across the county tend to have higher average pass rates than the national average.


Oxfordshire has plenty of good transport links, so traveling from new build homes in Oxfordshire is super simple. The M40 runs through the northeast of the county linking Oxford with London via the M25.

If looking to travel by public transport there is a direct link to London Paddington from Oxford in under 90 minutes. Didcot, which is 30 minutes away by train, offers connections to the Midlands and both the north and south of England.

If you’re looking for homes for sale in Oxfordshire, you can view all of our available developments above.