Rushland Field, Off Lower Icknield Way, Chinnor, Oxfordshire, OX39 4FZGet directions
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Rushland Field, Off Lower Icknield Way, Chinnor, Oxfordshire, OX39 4FZ Get directions
Prices from £630,000
4 bed homes available
detached homes available
This exciting new development set on the edge of the historic Oxfordshire village of Chinnor and at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. This delightful new development is quickly taking shape within a close proximity to the bustling and ecologically desirable village of Chinnor and nearby Thame. A small yet cosy development nestled in the valley of stunning green hill views. Homebuyers can experience a life of tranquillity and sophistication in this friendly village setting, benefiting from this superb location.
Alongside this development the local community will benefit from over £1 million worth of contributions across a range of sectors such as education, sport and local transport. All of which will benefit the local area.
Chiltern View Community
This community has been planned and designed to suit the needs of a cross-section of society, from families looking to move out of London to a quieter area with green open space and countryside living, but with easy access back into the city. Or first-time buyers looking for the perfect location to start a family. There are a wide range of schools within Chinnor and surrounding towns within a 5-mile radius from Nursey through to Secondary school.
Quality of Life
Chiltern View residents will benefit from an excellent quality of life living in this sought-after location. Known for its beautiful green landscapes and countryside living, Chinnor is an extremely desirable place to live. With that said, Chinnor also has excellent transport links with trains running from nearby Princes Risborough into London Marylebone - perfect for city commuters!
You can also catch the train into High Wycombe and discover their impressive Eden Shopping centre with more than 100 leading brands. For city shopping, head into Oxford town centre and enjoy their fantastic range of retail shops, bars and restaurants.
So, if you're looking for a quality new home close to rolling green hills and local amenities, your search ends here!
Home of the Month
- Take the A40, Oxford Road out of the town
- Continue along the A40, West Wycombe Road for nearly 3 miles
- At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto
- Bradenham Road, A4010
- Follow the A4010 for nearly 4 miles
- Turn left onto Lee Road, continue for about 1.5 miles
- Turn left onto Upper Icknield Way
- Follow the road onto Perry Lane
- Turn left onto B4009 Chinnor Road
- Follow the B4009 onto lower Icknield way and Chiltern View will be on your right
- Take the A420 Headington Road out of the city centre
- Continue along the A420, London Road
- At the Headington roundabout continue to follow London Road, the A40
- After 6 miles merge onto the M40
- At Junction 6 take the B4009 exit to
- Watlington/Princes Risborough
- Continue on the B4009 for approximately 3 miles
- At the roundabout in Chinnor, take the 1st exit onto Station Road, B4009
- Turn right onto Lower Road, B4009 and continue for approximately 1 mile onto Lower Icknield Way
- Chiltern View can be found on your left hand side
Did you know?
At Chiltern View, Chinnor we are putting £1,159,700 towards schemes and projects to support the local community and we will continue to work closely with the council to deliver these improvements.
|Chiltern View - community contributions|
|Bus Service & Bus Stop Contribution||£94,000|
|Local Library Contribution||£17,500|
|Public Art Contribution||£21,000|
|Public Art Maintenance Contribution||£3,200|
|County Education Infrastructure Contribution||£945,000|
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Chiltern View is just off the B4009 the pre-Roman lower Icknield Way, which links the village to Princes Risborough, less than 4 miles away, and onto Aylesbury, 11 miles. It's only 4 miles along the B4009 to junction 6 of the M40 which leads north to Oxford, about 19 miles, and south to High Wycombe, 11 miles. Take the B4445 out of the village for Thame, just a 5 mile drive. Buses run daily from Chinnor to Thame and High Wycombe and trains run from Princes Risborough station to London Marylebone, High Wycombe, Oxford, Bicester and Banbury. The nearest airport is Heathrow, 33 miles away, while Luton Airport is just 37 miles. A trip to the shops Chinnor has a small Co-op supermarket and a convenience store, a butcher's, a Lloyds Pharmacy and several local businesses. In Thame, 5 miles away, you'll find both Sainsbury's and Waitrose supermarkets as well as a variety of independent shops and boutiques. For High Street brands and retail giants, head to Aylesbury, just 11 miles, or a take similar trip to High Wycombe for the impressive Eden Shopping Centre with more than 100 leading brands including M&S, T.k.maxx and House of Fraser. For city shopping head to Oxford's Westgate Centre with more than 100 retailers including a John Lewis department store.
Taking time out
From walking and cycling in the Chiltern Hills, to enjoying a trip on the steam railway, there is plenty to do in and around Chinnor. The village has its own community swimming pool, and there are three pubs, a library and a host of local activity and social groups for all ages. From brownies and short mat bowls, to cricket, football, choirs, fitness classes and even a silver band. Each year Chinnor hosts a beer festival and a produce show and there are also events at the parish church of St Andrew's which dates back to 1160. For live music, theatre and drama visit Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, and for films it's the town's Odeon cinema. If you're looking for indoor sports and swimming Thame Leisure Centre is only 4 miles away.
There is a selection of nurseries and pre-school facilities in Chinnor including Windmill Community Nursery, which is part of the Mill Lane Community Primary School. The nursery caters for 3 to 5-year-olds and the school takes children from 5 to 11 years, as does St Andrew's Church of England Primary School. For senior schools there's Lord Williams's Upper School at Thame including a sixth form and the mixed comprehensive school, Icknield Community College at Watlington. Independent schools include Wycombe Abbey boarding school for girls and Pipers Corner School, for girls aged 4 to 18, both in High Wycombe.