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Bourne View

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This superb collection of 3 & 4 bedroom homes enjoys a lovely location in the picturesque village of Hook Norton.

Bordered by open fields, a sports and social club and an existing residential area, this development is a wonderful place to put down roots.

All homes are now sold at Bourne View. 

A range of 2, 3 and 4 bed homes can be found at nearby Longford Park

Bourne Lane - Hook Norton - Oxfordshire - OX15 5PF

01608 690839

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    Known to the local population as 'Hooky' or 'The Hook', this picturesque village now has a population of around 2000 and a thriving community centred around St Peter's Church, with a chancel dating back to the 12th Century and an 11th century font. Just 6.2 miles from Chipping Norton and 10.5 miles from Banbury and walking distance from a range of local facilities and services, this peaceful location provides a true country lifestyle with everything you need for modern living.

    In the village itself you will find a shop, post office and general store for your everyday essentials. There is a fire station with a crew of retained fire fighters and GP and dental practices to cover healthcare. For those with pets there is a veterinary surgery and the public library, memorial village hall and sports and social club all add the community feel. The community spirits are kept high with a number of local events (including an annual Beer Festival) and there is an annual music festival, Music at the Crossroads, that raises funds for many local charitable causes. There are no less than four pubs in the village and all sorts of sports clubs, including football, cricket, tennis and running.

    Slightly further afield are the market towns of Banbury and Chipping Norton where you can enjoy all the traditional high street shops, Banbury's Castle Quay Shopping Centre, as well as a wide range of local amenities.

    Travel is easy from Bourne View, with the A361 providing direct access to Banbury to the north and Chipping Norton to the south. Oxford is accessible from the A361 via the A44 and is located approximately 23 miles south. The A361 also provides links to the wider road network and the motorway. The Banbury junction of the M40, together with its train station, provides fast road and rail links to London, Oxford and Birmingham if you have to commute.

    So for a pace of life you'll love in a community that is waiting to welcome you, make your move to Bourne View.

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    Mr and Mrs Green - IMG_4236

    When David and Anu Green were looking to move home, they decided to trade their old property for a brand new one after discovering Taylor Wimpey’s Bourne View development in Hook Norton, Oxfordshire, had everything they wanted.

    They previously owned a three-bedroom cottage in the nearby village of Long Compton, but decided to swap for a more spacious and economical property.

    The couple, along with their daughter Mia, moved into their four-bedroom detached ‘Shelford’ home in December 2015.

    David says: “We had an old cottage before moving here, so our main reason for relocating was to gain more space.

    “We now have four double bedrooms, which is ideal as Anu also has two children who live in Finland, so we have two spare bedrooms to accommodate them when they come to visit.

    “The layout of the ‘Shelford’ really won us over – it’s very cleverly designed with a nice open-plan living area and a practical utility room, plus the finish of everything is great.

    “The property is charming and the fact that it’s more energy efficient and has great build quality also really appealed to us, so we can have the best of both worlds.”

    David and Anu found that Bourne View offered the perfect location to purchase their family property.

    “The development is situated in a nice rural location which we really like,” continues David. “It’s also a really nice size and has a great layout with lots of different designs, so we were really impressed. 

    “There are also great amenities nearby, with shops, good pubs and a great school, as well as convenient road links like the nearby A44.”

    The family were able to make a hassle-free move thanks to the excellent customer service provided by Taylor Wimpey.

    David adds: “Debbie, the Sales Executive who dealt with us, was fantastic – she was so helpful and provided us with everything we needed and gave us weekly update calls.

    “We were also able to get involved with the buying process and had the opportunity to personalise the property with interior Options, and Debbie even hosted a ‘meet the neighbours’ event before we moved in, which was a really nice introduction.

    “Buying a house is always stressful, but the Taylor Wimpey team helped to make it as simple as possible. Even when the sale of our old property wasn’t straightforward they were really understanding and happy to help where they could.

    “Everyone has been really friendly and the builders have made a real difference – Wayne, Jim and Simon really looked after us and did everything to make sure we were happy. They even helped us unload the van when we were moving in. It’s definitely ticked all of the boxes for us.”

    The picturesque village of Hook Norton provides a country lifestyle in a historic and thriving community, with a host of day-to-day amenities including a shop, a post office, and a general store for daily essentials.

    The village has a busy calendar of community events, including an annual beer festival, as well as focal points provided by a village hall and an active sports and social club.

    There are more facilities nearby at traditional Chipping Norton and bustling Banbury. Banbury’s railway station provides fast rail links to London, Oxford and Birmingham.

    The A361, which links to the wider roads network and the M40, is ideal for commuters and just a short drive from the development.

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This development is managed by the Oxfordshire Taylor Wimpey regional office