The 10 two bed bungalows on the development are set in well maintained shared gardens. Just opposite the properties is the green space of Edmunds Park.
You won’t have to worry about maintenance of the buildings/grounds as they are taken care of by the on-site manager, who can also assist you with accessing further help and support if required.
Didcot is a town 10 miles south of Oxford and close to the rolling Chiltern Hills. The Orchard Centre shopping centre provides a good choice of stores, a supermarket and a cinema. A farmers market runs every second Saturday. There are three leisure centres to choose from, one of which has a wave leisure pool.
The Cornerstone arts and entertainment centre provides a varied and interesting programme of theatre, workshops and exhibitions.
Didcot’s Railway Centre has a unique collection of Great Western Railway steam engines and a recreation of Brunel's broad gauge railway. Here you can enjoy a ride on a steam train on most days.
Mowbray Fields is a wonderful nature reserve where specimens of orchids flourish. The area is perfect for walks, picnics and cycling along the national cycle network.
Location and transport links
This development is just off Park Road next to Edmunds Park to the south of the town. Didcot has good transport links. The A4130 connects it to the A34 and then on to Oxford, Newbury and the M4.
Didcot Parkway is the local railway station and operates services to Reading, Didcot, Oxford, London Paddington, Bristol and South Wales. Local bus services operate to Abingdon, Oxford, Wallingford, Reading and Newbury.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
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Distance to Post Office: 0.25 miles