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Oxfordshire Location

Located in Oxfordshire countryside, Duvall Park provides residents with all the benefits they would expect from modern country life. Everything a successful community needs will be provided, including a high street, shops, pub, an all-through free school and a new community centre, all built around a central village green.

Surrounding Villages

One of the oldest estates of New College, Oxford dating back to the end of the 12th Century, Upper Heyford sits on the east bank of the River Cherwell. This small village has many 18th and 19th Century houses built of traditional Cotswold stone, a church, a pub and a charming village green. Approximately a mile down river is Lower Heyford, a quiet, distinctive, picturesque village with many stone cottages, a market square and its own narrowboat centre.

Connections

Journey time by car:
  • Bicester – 12 mins
  • Oxford – 28 mins
  • Birmingham – 1 hour 5 mins
  • London – 1 hour 21 mins
  • Bristol – 1 hour 38 mins
Journey time to airport by car:
  • London Oxford – 18 mins
  • Birmingham Int. – 50 mins
  • Heathrow – 56 mins
Journey time by train from Bicester North Station:
  • Oxford – 26 mins
  • Birmingham – 1 hour 14 mins
  • London Marylebone – 44 mins
  • Bristol – 2 hour 10 mins
Journey time by bus:
  • Bicester – 15 mins via bus route 25A
  • Oxford – 36 mins via bus route 25A

Leisure & Culture

Duvall Park is moments away from world class celebrated attractions. The splendour and tranquillity at Blenheim Palace’s 2,100 acres of landscaped parkland and formal gardens are unrivalled anywhere in Britain. The Cherwell Hills Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty is a short drive away, offering country walks, bridleways and cycle paths.