Heyford Park by Dorchester Living

Heyford Park, Camp Road, Upper Heyford, OX25 5HD

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Overview

New phases released for 2023, with 2-4 bedroom properties featuring our usual high specification as standard.

Dorchester Living at Heyford Park is set within 1231 acres in the heart of North Oxfordshire and provides a quintessential village environment, combining picturesque rural views with family-friendly facilities.

The village centre offers a Sainsbury’s Local, which opened in 2020, a variety of retail outlets, including a dentist surgery, and a restaurant, bar and hotel, which will be available in the near future.

The Heyford Park Free School opened in 2013 and includes a newly refurbished indoor sports centre and outdoor pitches available for community use as well as the school. The Old Station Nursery also has a branch located at Heyford Park.

Situated 16 miles north of Oxford town centre, 6 miles northwest of Bicester, 16 miles southeast of Banbury and 3.5 miles to the southwest of Junction 10 of the M40, Heyford Park provides unrivalled access to the rest of the UK.

This unique destination, with its rich and colourful heritage, offers an exclusive collection of new-build homes which blend contemporary living spaces with the tranquillity of a rural backdrop.
  1. A destination in the heart of Oxfordshire
  2. Collection of 2-4 bedroom properties
  3. On-site Sainsbury’s Local, school & nursery
  4. Fantastic transport links

Location

Location

Heyford Park, Camp Road, Upper Heyford, OX25 5HD

Opening hours

Dorchester Living is located at Heyford Park: 52 Camp Road, Upper Heyford, Bicester, Oxfordshire, OX25 5HD.

Situated 16 miles north of Oxford town centre, 6 miles northwest of Bicester, 16 miles southeast of Banbury and 3.5 miles to the southwest of Junction 10 of the M40, Heyford Park provides unrivalled access to the rest of the UK.

Heyford Park has a long and distinguished history as a former RAF and USAF base. The USAF used Heyford Park during the Cold War, when 15,000 American Servicemen lived and worked on site. As a result, many of the areas and buildings at Heyford Park are of historical importance and are being retained and enhanced.

Opening hours:
Our sales suite and show homes are open daily:

Monday: 10am - 5pm
Tuesday: 10am - 5pm
Wednesday: 10am - 5pm
Thursday: 10am – 5pm
Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: 10am – 5pm

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Heyford Park’s favourable location boasts a variety of restaurants, shops and leisure facilities all within close proximity.

Heyford Park’s village centre features a Sainsbury’s Local and a variety of retail units, including a dentist’s surgery. Currently under construction is the restaurant, bar and 16-bed hotel which will also incorporate a 2 lane bowling alley.

Heyford Park Free School’s specialisms campus is home to the on-site sports centre, with a range of facilities available including; squash, badminton and basketball courts as well as a fitness gym with treadmills etc. Additional facilities include a number of outdoor sports pitches.

Just 6 miles drive away is one of the UK’s leading designer outlet destinations, Bicester Village. The village is hugely popular with tourists offering a luxury shopping experience with its broad range of boutique and designer outlet stores.

The Pioneer Centre located in Bicester town centre offers a variety of shops and restaurants along with a 7-screen cinema showing the latest films.

For those who love the splendour and tranquillity of the countryside, Blenheim Palace is nearby with its 2100 acres of landscaped parkland and formal gardens, whilst the local area also offers lots of smaller villages and footpaths.

Education

Heyford Park is host to Oxfordshire’s first all-through free school, which opened in 2013. Heyford Park Free School uses existing, fully refurbished buildings once used by both the RAF and US Air Force, including the Officers Mess, located at the heart of Heyford Park, and the Specialisms Campus.

The Old Station Nursery is a family run business which has been providing care for children for over 10 years. In April 2018, they opened a nursery at Heyford Park in a new modular build on the development. The Old Station Nursery at Heyford Park offers: Full and part-time sessions for babies up to 5 year olds; Funded sessions available; Home cooked meals included in some sessions; Funded places available for 2, 3 and 4 year olds (including 30 hours).

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Heyford (2.1 miles)
National Train Station logo Tackley (4.3 miles)
National Train Station logo Bicester North (5.3 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

Dorchester Living believe that successful regeneration projects are built with the local community and its future in mind. By investing in new facilities, housing, commercial spaces and amenities, we are able to develop high quality places to live and work, supporting local people and businesses, while improving quality of life.

We are also committed to ensuring we consider the environment in everything we do. Through better design and careful material choices we can reduce our environmental footprint to create cleaner and greener places.

At Dorchester, we are proud of the reputation we have built up over the last fifteen years, and of our people, our culture and our aspirations. With each development we are involved in, we aim to improve people’s lives and their living environment.

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