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Alpha Avenue, Oxford, OX44 2 Bedroom Park Home House For Sale


  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1 Floor Plans
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Monthly repayments £0
Total cost of mortgage £0
LTV 85%
Quick Facts
  • Allocated
  • Driveway
  • Off Street
  • Gas
  • Gas Central
Outside Space
  • Back Garden
  • Rear Garden
  • Terrace
Entrance Floor
  • Ground Floor
  • Good
Property Features
  • Spacious two bed park home
  • Two bathroom
  • No onward chain
  • Upvc double glazing
  • Gas central heating
  • Very well presented throughout
  • Modern double unit
  • Must see
Property Description

This modern twin-unit Park Home offers generous accommodation including triple aspect sitting room with doors opening on to a raised terrace, large fitted kitchen/diner and two double bedrooms (with en-suite to bedroom 1) both with fitted wardrobes. The property is very well-presented with neutral decoration throughout, uPVC double glazed windows and doors as well as Calor gas central heating.

Positioned on the popular 'over 50's' King's Copse residential site on the southern edge of Garsington, this property has good access to Cowley and Oxford yet is surrounded by countryside. 

includes an adjacent parking space for one car. NO ONWARD CHAIN.


Agents Notes:

Council Tax

Band A

SITE FEES - £228.43 per month

Kings Copse

Kings Copse Park is located in a great position on the southern edge of Garsington near the Oxford. This residential park home estate consists of 110 homes with the majority of residents being of semi-retirement age.

Kings Copse provides a peaceful environment for the residents with excellent transport links to Oxford and the surrounding areas. There are also a host of retail outlets within a short walk of the Park.

* Over 50’s Residential Park

* Private Gardens


The village of Garsington lies approximately 6 miles to the south-east of Oxford, with a parish church dating back to 1160, many fine period houses as well as more modern developments during the 1950’s and 60’s.

The local primary school is very well regarded and the village hall provides a central point for community activities. The local pub serves great food and there are playing fields for ‘kids old and young’ to ‘run it all off’.

For day to day shopping, Wheatley is just a few minutes' drive away with a supermarket on the edge of the village and a butchers and bakery in the centre. The market town of Thame is within 10 minutes' drive where a wide range of shops and facilities can be found including a Waitrose.

Contact the agent

Property Reference: 0111305

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We had two estate agents selling it, Wheatley estate agents were leagues ahead with every aspect of the sale, from how they showed clients round, to how dad was treated through every step of the sale.
As a local estate agent the personal touch spoke volumes compared to the cold, uncaring attitude we experienced from the larger High street chain. David went the extra mile and I thank you very much.
Through the whole process David, Julie and Sue were always there at the end of the phone, they gave us regular updates, chased solicitors constantly on our behalf until the sale was completed. It is one of the most stressful things in life, but if you have a team behind you like this then it really does help and they really do bend over backwards for their clients and have your best interest at heart.
David and his team were extremely helpful and professional throughout the sale of our property. Even when our sale collapsed they were back on the case and we sold again within one day! Would recommend them to anyone.
We had a great experience buying a house marketed through Wheatley estates. David was endlessly helpful through what proved to be quite a complicated purchase.

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