Luxury apartments in Oxfordshire’s fastest growing town
Home to the UK’s new Garden City
Westbury Court, is a designer development stylish enough to match the latest fashions in the nearby Bicester Village.
Consisting of just 17 apartments with private balconies, Westbury Court, overlooks Pioneer Square and the new public area being developed by the local council as part of its ongoing regeneration plans. The apartments are to be completed to the highest specification and will include private lift access to the penthouse apartment.
- 17 one, two and three bedroom apartments
- Located right in the centre of Bicester – UK’s new Garden City
- Prices from £194,000 - Up to 75% LTV mortgage finance available
- 5.7% yield expected
- Only 50 mins to London Marylebone and 14 mins to Oxford (in 2016)
To most people, the name Bicester means just one thing - Bicester Village, which attracts over 6 million visitors annually from all over the world to shop at 130 luxury boutiques. However, for those in the know,
Bicester is located 12 miles north east of the world-renowned city of Oxford. The fastest growing town in Oxfordshire, with a population of over 35,000, predicted to rise to 50,000 in the coming years, it has also been named one of the top 5 regeneration hotspots outside of London by The Sunday Times (Nov 2014) and will be home to the UK's new Garden City.
Approximately midway between London and Birmingham, the two biggest cities in the UK, Bicester boasts superior connectivity being easily accessible by road, rail and air. Bicester Town train station undergoing significant redevelopment and enlargement works ahead of its reopening in summer 2015. London Marylebone is only 50 minutes by rail and by 2016 Oxford will be only 14 minutes.
Invest from £194,000
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