Cross Trees Park

Shrivenham, Oxfordshire SN6 8BL

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Outstanding 2 Bedroom House in Oxfordshire

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Welcome to Cross Trees Park

A high-quality residential development designed to complement the character of the neighbouring village, Cross Trees Park will offer a selection of 2 bedroom traditionally-styled homes in a carefully landscaped setting which integrates the surrounding green areas.

Cross Trees Park offers a superb opportunity to be part of an exciting new sustainable community on the edge of an established village, yet close to a host of local amenities in the surrounding areas.

The homes at Cross Trees Park are now all FULLY RESERVED please see below for the nearest homes available or coming soon.

Please note the postcode is indicative to help you navigate your way to the development. The pin on our map tab button indicates the actual location to help you.

Council Tax: TBC
Council tax bands are often not released until the property is complete. If you need any guidance, please get in touch with our Sales Consultants otherwise the local authority or the developer may be able to help.


Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for a home at Cross Trees Park, you'll need to:
Have a gross household income of no more than £80,000 per annum
Be unable to purchase a suitable home to meet your housing needs on the open market
Not already own a home or you will have sold your current home before you purchase

Explore the highlights of Cross Trees Park

A 10-minute walk to Shrivenham Village
Beautiful new homes in a natural parkland setting
Excellent leisure facilities including golf clubs & bowls club
Great connections to both the M4 and A420
Plans to provide a school and a shop on site
Regular train connections from Swindon to Oxford and Reading

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Local area

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Known for its stone walls, thatched cottages and 12th-century parish church, historic Shrivenham village lies just half a mile from Cross Trees Park, and approximately 20 miles southwest of Oxford. In addition to being close to all the amenities of this major Oxfordshire town, Cross Trees Park is also within easy reach of Swindon (7 miles away) and Cirencester (20 miles away).

Shrivenham High Street offers a range of shops for your everyday needs including a Co-op supermarket, while there’s a Waitrose, Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s all within nine miles. Living here also means you’re able to enjoy some beautiful outdoor settings including White Horse Hill, Nightingale Woods and Stanton Park.

The nearest railway station to Cross Trees Park is Swindon (approximately 15 minutes by car) which offers fast, direct trains to Reading in less than 30 minutes and to London Paddington in under an hour. (Source: National Rail)

The homes at Cross Trees Park are now all FULLY RESERVED please see below for the nearest homes available or coming soon.

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Nearby amenities

0.2 miles (High Street)
Primary school
0.3 miles
GP Surgery
0.4 miles
Golf Course
1 mile
Leisure Centre & Pool
3.1 miles
Children's Nursery
3.5 miles
5.7 miles
Swindon Train Station
7.0 miles

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Affordability guide

Estimate Household Income

When looking for your new home, it’s important to understand what you can afford. To help get an idea of the estimated affordability for a home on this development, you can apply the 40% net income approach. In simple terms, this means that a household should not spend more than 40% of their household income to pay for their mortgage, rent and service charge.

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As a rough estimate, the graphics above suggests the household income required to purchase; however, people with a lower income may be able to secure a property if they have a larger deposit. (i.e. if you have a larger deposit saved, where you have higher savings, your household income can be lower than the figure quoted above).


How it works

Shared Ownership is a government-backed scheme which allows first-time buyers – or those who do not currently own a property – the opportunity to purchase a home at a more affordable price.

Affordability Guide graphic for Shared Ownership from Legal And General Affordable Homes based on a 5 percent deposit and a 40 percent share value.

The Shared Ownership scheme is simple – you buy an initial share of between 40% and 75% of the homes full value and pay a subsidised rent on the remainder.

You may purchase further shares (up to 100%) as your circumstances change, should you choose to.