Holt Close, Bicester
- INCENTIVE FLOORING PACK WORTH £7800
- READY IN AUGUST 2022 kitchen with integrated white goods and taps included
- 3-bed semi-detached family home
- South-West facing garden
- 2 sets of French doors to your garden
- Open plan kitchen-diner
- En suite to the main bedroom
- Driveway parking for 3 cars
Plot 119 is an attractive semi-detached family home. Both the lounge and the kitchen/dining room have sets of French doors leading to the garden. A galleried landing leads to two double bedrooms - the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room- a single bedroom and the family bathroom.
Discover a luxury collection of new homes at Hemins Place at the Kingsmere estate in Bicester. Set in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside, you'll love this beautiful thriving village setting, only 10 miles from the Cotswolds.
There are three great schools, play areas, sports facilities, a restaurant and scenic cycle routes all close to home. Bicester Shopping Village is within walking distance and we're just 25 minutes from Oxford.
The M40 is 3 miles away and with two train stations within walking distance, commuting to London or Birmingham is made easy.
This 3 bedroom Fairway is the ideal home for First Time Buyers. With Help to Buy, you could buy with just a 5% deposit! It sits in a lovely secluded spot overlooking trees and comes with three driveway parking spaces.
On the ground floor, both your kitchen-diner and lounge have French doors opening out to the South facing garden, filling your home with natural light.
Upstairs, your spacious main bedroom has an en suite shower. A second double bedroom and a single room or study share the family bathroom.
Lounge 18' x 10' ( 5.49m x 3.05m )
Kitchen / Dining 17' 8" x 14' ( 5.38m x 4.27m )
W.C 4' 8" x 3' 4" ( 1.42m x 1.02m )
Bedroom 1 10' 2" x 12' 11" ( 3.10m x 3.94m )
En-Suite 5' 5" x 7' 1" ( 1.65m x 2.16m )
Bedroom 2 11' 2" x 10' 5" ( 3.40m x 3.17m )
Bedroom 3 11' 7" x 7' ( 3.53m x 2.13m )
Bathroom 8' 3" x 5' 7" ( 2.51m x 1.70m )
Whether you're travelling by car, bus or train, Kingsmere is unbeatable for travel connections. Situated just 3 miles from junctions 9 of the M40 and 12 miles from Oxford, Kingsmere is ideally located, providing easy access to London, the Midlands and the south coast. Bicester Village and Bicester North railway stations are an approx. 1.1 mile walk from home, offering trains to Oxford in 11 minutes and London Marylebone in 46 minutes.
Bicester Village Railway Station
The newly opened Bicester Village Station (previously Bicester Town Station) provides direct services to Oxford Parkway within approximately 10 minutes and London Marylebone in as little as 46 minutes.
Bicester North Railway Station
Is on the Chiltern Main Line linking London Marylebone and Birmingham. It provides services to Oxford, Oxford Parkway, London Marylebone and Birmingham.
A shuttle service runs between Bicester Village and Bicester North Railway Stations.
Bus: Kingsmere is served by two bus services providing residents with direct access to Bicester and Oxford city centre. The no. 26 bus service runs directly through the development connecting you to Bicester town centre and Bicester Village Railway Station.
The service runs approximately every 30 minutes throughout the day, click here for timetable. The S5 to Oxford also runs through the development with journey times of around 40 minutes. Kingsmere Park and Ride - A new Park and Ride facility located on the outskirts of the development provides residents with a frequent, direct service to Oxford city centre and Bicester town centre.
Gatwick - Approx. 1hr 35mins, 89 m
Heathrow - Approx. 1hr, 51 m
Birmingham - Approx. 1hr 13mins, 60 m.
East Midlands - Approx. 1hr 36mins, 80 m.
London Oxford - Approx. 23 mins, 10 m.
Best Of Both Worlds
Residents of Kingsmere really can enjoy the very best of both worlds. A village setting that includes generous recreational and sports facilities, new primary and secondary schools, village centre, health facilities, restaurant and hotel - all within easy reach of Oxford and London.
The second phase of Kingsmere will offer further new homes, a second new primary school and a public square complimented by a series of local parks and open spaces with facilities for recreation and sports.
At Kingsmere, residents have room to breathe - with extensive green open spaces across the development, there's space to explore, play, relax and enjoy.
It's not just people flocking to make a home at Kingsmere. With acres of open space, enhanced habitats have been created attracting a wide variety of bird and butterfly species to settle here.
Pingle Brook is an informal recreational space, perfect to relax and enjoy a picnic or take a seat on one of the many public art benches and observe the wildlife. In contrast, Whitelands Park offers more open space with an adventure playground, mini sports pitch, climbing areas and aerial runway.
Smaller areas for younger children can be found nestled amongst the new homes throughout the village.
The new village centre at Kingsmere provides residents with essential day-to-day facilities including a convenience store and local shops, multi-use community centre with a separate youth centre building, day nursery, car parking and community recycling centre.
As well as providing residents with a great range of new facilities on their doorstep, the Kingsmere Village Centre is a place for people to meet, socialise and relax.
Kingsmere has three new schools on site, and a great choice of schools to choose from locally.
The first new primary school at Kingsmere opened in January 2016 allowing St Edburg's Church of England Primary School in Bicester to relocate and double in size. The new state of the art premises includes outdoor learning spaces, a multi-use games area, sports pitches, sensory garden and nursery play area.
Whitelands Academy is the brand-new secondary school at Kingsmere. It opened its doors to the first intake of Year 7 students in November 2020 and will grow year-on-year with an eventual capacity of 600 students through to Year 11.
Located just a short distance from St Edburg's Primary School, the secondary school has 26-classrooms, a four-court sports hall with changing facilities, sports pitches for rugby, hockey and football, as well as multi-use games area with provision for basketball and netball. External social spaces have also been provided including a garden and allotments.
Whitelands Academy also benefits from being located opposite to the Whitelands Sports Village at Kingsmere, with its extensive sporting facilities.
For further education, nearby Oxford University and Oxford Brookes need no introduction.
Things To Do
Cotswold wildlife park & gardens are set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens around a listed Victorian manor house and is about 29 miles from Bicester.
Broughton castle has been described as the most beautiful castle in all England. It is situated about 24 miles from Bicester.
Rousham park house & garden was built in 1635 by Sir Robert Dormer, and is still in ownership by the same family. It is situated 8 miles from Bicester.
Waterperry gardens is guaranteed to delight and inspire garden-lovers from across the country and the world. Founded by Beatrix Havergal more than 70 years ago as a School of Horticulture for Ladies, the gardens at Waterperry have evolved into an oasis of calm and beauty. It is situated about 10 miles from Bicester.
Also in the local vicinity are Banzai events (approx. 6 miles away), Blenheim Palace (approx. 16 miles away), Bernwood Forest in Oakley is approx. 19 miles away and Shotover Country Park is approx. 16 miles away.
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Holt Close, Bicester
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Bicester North Station1.4 miles
- Bicester Town Station1.4 miles
- Tackley Station5.0 miles
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