New homes in Oxfordshire

Located in South East England, the county of Oxfordshire shares a border with WarwickshireGloucestershire and Wiltshire, in addition to BerkshireBuckinghamshire and Northamptonshire. From globally-celebrated county town Oxford, to other thriving spots like Banbury and smaller neighbourhoods such as Faringdon and Chipping Norton, new homes in Oxfordshire offer plenty of variety.

From historic landmarks like the Bodleian Library and Blenheim Palace, to natural draws such as the Cotswolds and the 200-mile long Thames Path, the county also boasts attractions such as the Oxford University Museum of Natural History – not to mention an array of castles and National Trust properties such as Greys Court. Start your search today, with our new houses in Oxfordshire. 

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Whitechapel Gardens
Whitechapel Gardens
White Post Road, Bodicote, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 4BN
  • £412,995 to £544,995
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Within the traditional village of Bodicote, the second phase of Whitechapel Gardens brings three and four bedroom homes, two miles south of the popular market town of Banbury. Positioned well for the M40, commuters can enjoy connections to the West Midlands, as well as travelling south to Oxford and London. The heart of the beautiful Cotswolds is just an hour away, whilst essential village amenities and well regarded schools are on the doorstep. Homes on this development meet the latest building regulations, which sets the standards for energy performance and carbon emissions. Click here to find out more.
Abbey Fields
Abbey Fields
Baileys Crescent, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 1TJ
  • £425,000 to £625,000
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Set in 6.5 acres of open space, Abbey Fields is a development of 3 & 4 bedroom homes. This development is part of a new community and will have a play area and footpaths throughout. Local amenities are just 2 miles away, plus, a great range of schools. Radley train station 2.1 miles away with links to London under an hour. Commuters have easy access to the A34, which is a 10 minute drive away.
St Rumbold's Fields
St Rumbold's Fields
Tingewick Road, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18 1ST
  • £404,995 to £575,000
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • St Rumbold’s Fields is a thriving and well-established community offering its final release of 3 and 4 bedroom homes in the charming market town of Buckingham. Nestled in the wonderful countryside whilst still being within easy access to a wide array of amenities. The town centre is a mere stroll away, boasting an exciting mix of shops, cosy pubs and restaurants for your enjoy. Our homes have been thoughtfully designed to offer versatile living spaces with multi-purpose rooms that are adaptable for work, play and everything, all set amidst the tranquillity of lush green open spaces.
River Meadow
River Meadow
Wallis Gardens, Stanford in the Vale, Oxfordshire, SN7 8GE
  • £218,400 to £393,000
  • 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom
  • River Meadow is a charming development of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes in Stanford in the Vale. Your new home will be in the Oxfordshire countryside, whilst being close to all your local amenities in nearby Faringdon. If you need to travel further afield, the A420 is 2.6 miles away, connecting you to Swindon, Oxford and the M4. Homes available with First Homes - see below for details.
Brookside Meadows
Brookside Meadows
Denchworth Road, Grove, Wantage, Oxfordshire, OX12 0BA
  • £350,000 to £585,000
  • 3, 4 and 5 bedroom
  • Nestled in the heart of Grove, Brookside Meadows is a development offering 1 & 2 bedroom apartments, along with 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes.Surrounded by a range of local amenities including a café, coffee shop and local shop. Plus there is a local pub which shows sports and has live music events.There is also a wide range of countryside walks ideal for you and your family. Didcot Parkway railway station and the M4 are nearby, making commuting to major cities easy.

What is life like in Oxfordshire?

With a great location, scenic countryside and lots of great places to live, buying a house in Oxfordshire could be the perfect move for you. We can help you get the most from your purchase, thanks to our range of attractive offers. With our Part Exchange scheme, we could act as a guaranteed buyer for your current home and wipe out any estate agent fees in the process. 

What is there to see and do in Oxfordshire?

Oxford is a bustling hub of history, culture and famous landmarks, including places like the Bodleian Library, the History of Science Museum, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Bridge of Sighs. With a Norman castle, botanic garden and spots like Christ Church Cathedral, Radcliffe Camera and Folly Bridge, a walking tour could be a great way to explore the picturesque City of Dreaming Spires. 

You’ll find plenty of other great attractions across the county, including Blenheim Palace, Broughton Castle, Shotover Country Park and Wychwood Forest. At the same time, you can also enjoy long walks in the Cotswolds, Chiltern Hills and North Wessex Downs. 

What is education like in Oxfordshire?

There are plenty of excellent primary schools across the county where your kids can get a great start in their education, including Oxford’s Windmill Primary, which is rated as good by Ofsted. King’s Meadow Primary in Bicester - where little ones can start from the age of two - is also good options. 

If you’re looking for a secondary school in Oxford, then the outstanding Cherwell School is a top choice. Didcot Girls’ School has been judged just as highly by Ofsted, and the same goes for Bartholomew School in Witney and Banbury’s Frank Wise School. 

How are the transport links in Oxfordshire?

With a range of public transport options such as buses, trains and park and ride services, Oxfordshire also runs an accessible transport scheme and promotes active and healthy travel. If you do need to get in the car and drive, then the M40 motorway passes through the east of the county, providing excellent access to Birmingham in the north and London to the south. Meanwhile, trains from Oxford to the capital take around 50 minutes. 

What is the Oxfordshire property scene like?

The average property price in Oxfordshire is significantly higher than the UK average. However, despite soaring prices causing issues with sales in places like Oxford, there are still plenty of places you can snap up a great bargain on a brilliant new home, like Bodicote

In the Bankside Park area on the outskirts of Banbury, you can find great value 3 bedroom semis and large 4 bed detached houses, just a mile from the town’s train station. With some of these properties benefitting from perks such as our Movemaker scheme, make sure you enquire about our latest offers when you get in touch with us today.  

New home schemes & offers in Oxfordshire

Looking to relocate to Oxfordshire? With Barratt Homes, you’ll have access to unique schemes. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, want to sell your current home or are a key worker, we have an offer that suits you. 
Our low deposit schemes are designed to help you buy your dream home without worrying about the deposit. We can boost it up and support you along the way. And if you’re part of the armed forces, we offer a 5% deposit contribution to help you get on the ladder. 
Time for a change? Selling your home with our help to sell schemes is easy. You can forget about estate agent fees and enjoy your new home while we do the legwork. If you’re a key worker, you can benefit from our Key Worker Deposit Contribution scheme
Browse our wide range of new homes in Oxfordshire and take advantage of fantastic offers for a stress-free move, just like you deserve. Whether you’re looking for your first home or a new home for your growing family, our South West property guide is here to help. 

Our Oxfordshire guides

  1. Attractions in Oxfordshire 
  2. Historic Sites in Oxfordshire
  3. Best Restaurants in Oxfordshire
  4. Country Pubs in Oxfordshire