An exclusive development of just one 5 bed detached home and 9 luxury apartments, tucked in amongst the pine trees of Oxford.
Key development features
- The development sits on a generous wooded plot
- Tucked in amongst the pine trees
- Nine miles from Pine Rise is majestic Blenheim Palace, a World Heritage site
- Close to Oxfordshire’s rolling countryside
Nestled amongst the pine trees
Having developed a number of successful schemes on Cumnor Hill and the North Hinksey area over the last few years we know that location and access are key criteria for homeowners in Oxford. Pine Rise is just off Dean Court Road, and has excellent access to the city and the surrounding transport links.
Pine Rise has the unusual advantage of being nestled amongst established pine trees, which gives it a secluded and semi-rural feel. The surrounding pines amongst which the site sits made the name Pine Rise the obvious choice for this new development.
Perched above the city, and also close to Oxfordshire’s rolling countryside and the beautiful Cotswolds, Cumnor Hill is widely regarded as one of the most sought after areas in Oxford.
The Lucy Way
At Lucy Developments we are proud of every home we build. We are not a volume developer and our business is about creating beautiful and individual homes. We build using high quality traditional materials, partnering with the very best craftsmen and designers and whilst our building materials may be traditional, we embrace innovative design and technologies.
As part of Lucy Group, a family-owned business based in Oxford for over 200 years, our reputation is extremely important to us. We take extra care with our homebuyer service to ensure your experience before, during and after moving into your home is seamless.
All of our homes are inspected by our team prior to your move in. Your home is also independently inspected by Premier Guarantee who provide the 10 year structural warranty for your home.
Between the city and the beautiful, rolling Oxfordshire countryside
Within nine miles of Pine Rise is majestic Blenheim Palace, a World Heritage site and host to many cultural events all round the year. Watersports are a feature of this area, from boating on the remote and peaceful Thames to a wide range of activities on the lakes at Stanton Harcourt and sailing at Farmoor Resrvoir – a few minutes’ drive away.
Cultural gems and the heritage of hundreds of years
Oxford is, of course, alive with cultural gems and the heritage of hundreds of years: museums including the Ashmolean and the Pitt Rivers compete for attention with the recently opened Westgate Shopping Centre.
Fantastic transport links
Oxford’s Rail links provide easy access to Marylebone and London Paddington, and to Birmingham. There are also regular coaches direct to central London and nearby motorway links enable travel to all parts of the South and the Midlands.