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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, 3 and 4 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.
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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)
All the homes at Cross Trees Park are set in different landscaped character areas while the development as a whole will benefit from a community park to the south and public open space at the north and eastern boundaries. It will also feature numerous footpaths and cycleways, play areas, a convenience store plus a new primary school and an informal football pitch for use by new and existing residents.
Although Cross Trees Park will benefit from its own school, the local area offers a selection of state primary schools including; Shrivenham Church of England Primary School and Watchfield Primary School, both rated 'Good' by Ofsted.
There is also a selection of secondary schools nearby rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted, alongside a selection of independent schools and colleges such as Farringdon Community College (rated 'Outstanding').
Universities nearby include Cranfield (and the Cranfield School of Management) and the Swindon Campus of the Oxford Brookes University.
Swindon railway station is approximately a 15-minute drive from Cross Trees Park and provides fast, regular services east to Reading (in less than 30 minutes) and London Paddington in under an hour, and west towards both Bristol and Bath in under 30 minutes (source: National Rail).
By road, Cross Trees Park is just a quarter of a mile from the A420 and 4 miles from the A419. The M4 is 8 miles to the south (source: Google Maps).
Shrivenham has regular bus routes to both Swindon in 22 minutes and Oxford in 1 hour with access from there onto Bath, Reading and London.
From the M4
At junction 15 (for Swindon, Marlborough and Oxford), take the A419/Marlborough Road exit heading north. After approximately 3.5 miles take the exit and turn right at the large roundabout on to the A420. Continue for 2.7 miles approximately, then take the right fork onto Townsend Road. After about a mile this road will bear left into Highworth Road. This will lead you to Cross Trees Park on the right.
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