Balmoral Avenue, off Broughton Road, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 0BG
About Calthorpe Gardens
We’re delighted to announce a selection of 2 and 3-bedroom homes available to buy exclusively through the Shared Ownership scheme at this exciting new development ideal for first-time buyers, young couples, and families alike.
Situated on the outskirts of the charming historic market town of Banbury in Oxfordshire, Calthorpe Gardens benefits from excellent transport connections, a wide range of schools, retail outlets, and health & leisure amenities close by.
Our homes at Calthorpe Gardens are built to an all-inclusive specification with integrated appliances, Amtico flooring, carpets, and turf to rear garden all included as standard – so no extras needed!
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There are 6 plots available
- Stylish, contemporary fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base units with soft close doors
- 22mm square edge laminate worktops
- Diesse porcelain tiles to splashback
- Recycling bins in base unit
- Stainless-steel sink with chrome mixer tap
- Integrated stainless-steel single oven
- Induction hob
- Extractor hood
- Integrated 70/30 fridge/freezer
- Integrated dishwasher
Bathroom and cloakroom
- Diesse porcelain wall tiles
- Contemporary white sanitaryware
- Lockable, mirror-fronted vanity cabinet to bathroom
- Heated towel radiator
Plumbing and electrical
- Gas fired central heating with combination boiler and thermostatic radiator valves
- Data point to living room and bedrooms
- TV point to living room and bedroom 1
- Telephone point to living room
- PIR outside light to front of property
- Electric Vehicle charging point
- Pendant lights to living room and bedrooms
- Downlights to kitchen, utility, hall, landing, and cloakroom
- LED under-cupboard lighting to kitchen
- Smoke detectors and alarms
- Carbon monoxide detector and alarm
Windows, doors and internal
- PVCu double glazed windows
- Front door with multipoint locking, spyhole, letterbox, and chain
- Built in wardrobe to bedroom 1
- Solid oak handrail to staircase
- Woodwork in Dulux white satinwood
- Walls and ceilings in Dulux white supermatt
- Amtico flooring to hall, living room, kitchen, utility, cloakroom, bathroom and en suite
- Carpets to stairs, landing, and bedrooms
- 1.8m close board fencing to rear garden
- Turf and patio to rear garden
- Landscaping to front garden
- External tap
Banbury train station - 1.9 miles
Hospital - 1.4 miles
Doctor's surgery - 1.2 miles
Pub - 1.1 miles
Supermarket - 1.6 miles
Nursery - 1.1 miles
Primary school - 1 mile
Secondary school - 2.1 miles
College - 0.9 miles
M40 - 3.8 miles
A3614 - 1 mile
Your place to connect…
Calthorpe Gardens is ideally situated just under 2 miles from Banbury town centre with excellent connections to the M40 just over 3 miles away, and the A361 just under 2 miles away. There is a first-class rail service with regular trains to London, Birmingham, and the north operating from the town station, as do trains to the south coast.
Birmingham, Luton, and Heathrow airports are within easy reach and Oxford Airport is just 18 miles away.
Your place to learn…
Banbury benefits from a wide choice of nearby schooling options, including nurseries, primary schools, secondary schools, academies, and colleges.
Your place to shop…
Situated on the River Cherwell at the edge of the Cotswolds in northern Oxfordshire, Banbury is a lively market town with charming old streets offering a fine selection of retail outlets, pubs, cafes, and restaurants. Castle Quay shopping Centre in the newly regenerated Oxford Canal area, blends well with the old town, while edge-of-town supermarkets and retail parks provide additional shopping opportunities. For fresh produce lovers, Banbury holds street markets twice a week and a monthly farmers’ market.
Your place to enjoy…
Banbury is steeped in history and there is a wealth of ancient buildings and monuments to discover, such as St Mary’s Church, built in the 1790s which is a Grade I listed building, and Banbury Town Hall, a gothic-style building which opened in 1854. And let’s not forget the Banbury Cross, and the statue of the Lady on a White Horse dating back hundreds of years and famous for the old nursery rhyme:
“Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross
To see a fine lady on a white horse
With rings on her fingers and bells on her toes
She shall have music wherever she goes”.
Banbury has many parks and open spaces for walks in attractive surroundings, and recreation areas including multi-use games areas for youngsters. The canal towpath is an easy walking route, and the People’s Park near the town centre is ideal for picnics.
Further afield, you can explore Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill, and Broughton Castle which was featured in the film “Shakespeare in Love”.
There are other historical houses and gardens to enjoy such as Farnborough Hall, surrounded by elegant lakes and landscaped gardens, and Stowe Gardens, with over forty temples and monuments.