On Saturday 1 June, we launched our latest development in Oxfordshire in the beautiful village of Shrivenham between Swindon and Oxford. Cross Trees Park offers a wide selection of traditionally-styled two, three and four-bedroom homes. Potential buyers can visit get a virtual overview of the site and the new properties at our new Visitors Centre located off Highworth Road, Shrivenham (sat nav postcode SN6 8BL).
Our Visitors Centre is open daily from 10am-5:30pm.
Cross Trees Park has been designed to complement the historic local character and countryside setting while offering stylish, contemporary living. The range of high quality homes, from spacious two bedroom apartments to detached four-beds, is suitable for everyone from young professionals to downsizers and large families. We create flexible and spacious properties that suit people at every stage of their lives, and this includes those looking for their first home – many of the properties are available under the Help to Buy scheme.
When complete, Cross Trees Park itself will offer 515 homes and a range of on-site facilities including a community park, playground, allotments, convenience store and an on-site school, nestled in small lanes and tree-lined avenues.
John Allan, Managing Director of Legal & General Homes, commented: “We set out to ensure Cross Trees Park complements its idyllic Oxfordshire setting while offering all the benefits of modern living. Our commitment to quality and customer service means we can help make the buying process easy, exciting and enjoyable. That’s why we’re transparent with our prices and have no hidden costs, why we invite our buyers to meet the builder behind their new home and why we are on hand to help customers every step of the way – so we’re really excited about meeting those interested in Cross Trees Park.”
Cross Tress Park sits in the historic village of Shrivenham, with its 12th century parish church, thatched cottages, local pubs, cafés and shops. Shrivenham is surrounded by open fields and agricultural land, including two areas of outstanding natural beauty: the Cotswolds and North Wessex Downs. There’s no shortage of space for walking and cycling while the recreation centre in nearby Highworth offers swimming, taekwondo and trampolining, among other activities.
The new homes are only a 15-minute drive from Swindon – and its fast connections to London – and is less than 25 miles from Oxford and Cirencester making it the perfect location for those working or with families in these areas and who want to live in a more rural setting. A regular bus route links Cross Trees Park to Oxford and Swindon via the ancient Cotswolds market town of Faringdon, less than three miles away.
For a flavour of the local area you can watch this video, created in partnership with local businesses and stakeholders in Shrivenham.