Duchy Field is a collection of two, three, four and five bedroom homes in the quiet Oxfordshire village of Bletchingdon, only nine miles from Oxford.
The new homes have been developed on a site owned by the Duchy of Cornwall. The architecture is in keeping with the surroundings and embraces traditional forms and building materials with great attention to character and quality.
Duchy Field offers a variety of homes from family houses to cottages.
Country Life meets CONTEMPORARY living
This new collection of remarkable homes reflects and respects its surroundings - the cottages and farmhouses of the village, and the grand terraces and townhouses of nearby Oxford.
Each property exudes a strong sense of Duchy Field's distinctive identity, influenced by the Arts and Crafts Movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Duchy Field's location offers the best of everything. The village of Bletchingdon benefits from a new primary school and village hall, as well as a shop, pub, and sports & social club.
You could be in the Cotswolds in 30 minutes or eclectic Summertown with its boutique shops and fine eateries in just 15 minutes. Oxford is just nine miles away – a bus goes there every hour from Bletchingdon.
Direct trains from Islip station (about 2 miles away) take you to London Marylebone in less than an hour, or the M40 and A34 are less than 10 minutes away.
15 Sep 17
Your dream home at Duchy Field could be within reach following the announcement of Help to Buy at the stunning new development in Oxfordshire.Find out more
29 Aug 17
We’re delighted to announce that our brand new show home is now open from 10am-5pm, Thursday-Monday at Duchy Field, BletchingdoFind out more
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