An exclusive collection of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 3 & 4 bedroom houses. Contemporary living within easy reach of Bicester and the idyllic Oxfordshire countryside beyond.
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Key development features
- A meeting of rural grace with sleek urban living
- Out of the hustle and bustle of the main town but just a short walk from the action
- Within easy reach of Bicester town centre
- Idyllic Oxfordshire countryside right on your doorstep
A sympathetic combination of apartments and houses provide ample choice at Clifton Close
An exclusive collection of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 3 & 4 bedroom houses. Contemporary living within easy reach of Bicester town centre and the idyllic Oxfordshire countryside beyond.
Taking inspiration from Oxfordshire’s county flower, the snake’s head fritillary, with its beautiful natural form and chequered pattern, Clifton Close represents a meeting of rural grace with sleek urban living to offer the very best of town and country living.
A sympathetic combination of apartments and houses provide ample choice at Clifton Close. Out of the hustle and bustle of the main town, but just a short walk from the action, sits Clifton Close. The mix of stone and Ivanhoe cream brick makes for a unique and attractive facade modern living. Several house types and apartment layouts make for plenty of choice, and a home that suits your lifestyle.
The Houses – These thoughtfully designed 3 and 4 bedroom houses offer wonderfully spacious living areas with contemporary finishes.
The Apartments – Open-plan living spaces and a high specification makes these homes comfortable and easy to live in.
Vanderbilt Homes places customers at the heart of its business
Vanderbilt Homes was founded in 2004 and the company is now recognised as one of the leading independent house builders in and around the home counties. We are extremely proud of the enviable reputation we have built up for excellent quality homes since we launched our business more than a decade ago. This commitment to quality starts on the drawing board, where we work alongside architects to ensure our homes feature a layout that works for day-to-day, modern living. Everything is taken into account to ensure utmost convenience for you and your family, from designated parking outside to ample storage space in the home.
We also work tirelessly to guarantee that all our properties are built and finished to the very highest specifications. This means our customers will benefit from a fantastic blank canvas on which to create their dream home once they move in. Vanderbilt homes are built to delight, creating a welcoming environment you’ll always be happy to return to.
Vanderbilt Homes places customers at the heart of its business. It is founded on the belief that the only way to build exceptional homes is by paying the closest attention to detail, from design and build to the quality of customer service. It is this level of care and attention that makes a Vanderbilt home one to be proud of.
Tree-lined rambles and trails through woodlands & meadows
Appreciate the beauty of the surrounding Oxfordshire countryside with its many walking and cycling opportunities. The dramatic colours of Oxfordshire’s county flower, the snake’s head fritillary, are a feature of local fields in springtime. Look hard and you might also find them just down the road from Clifton Close in Garth Park, where events like either the Teddy Bear’s Picnic or a beer festival make it the ideal place to entertain children and adults alike.
A history that stretches back a thousand years
The town of Bicester, astride the River Bure, has a history that stretches back over a thousand years, including a renowned bell foundry that supplied many of the local churches. Today there is all you need to meet daily needs, as well as a great sense of community. Strolling down ancient Sheep Street to the modern Pioneer Square you will fi nd a wealth of characterful shops, a multi-screen cinema, food outlets, supermarkets, pubs, bars, a lively Friday market and more besides.
Excellent transport links for work or pleasure
15 minutes walk away is Bicester Village Station, where you can take the train to Marylebone Station in under an hour. In the other direction, Birmingham Moor Street is just over an hour away from Bicester North Station. The town’s nearest motorway is the M40, with Junction 9 being Bicester’s closest serving junction – taking you north to Birmingham or south to London. It is also well served by local bus services to Oxford and Banbury, and the long-distance route X5 between Oxford and Cambridge.