Pentelow Gardens

Trinity Road, Chipping Norton, Oxon, OX7 5AH View on map
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Are you looking to free yourself of the burdens of the upkeep of a large family home? Do you dream of a stylish, contemporary home in the country? Is life in a bustling Cotswolds village something you've been longing for?

Our Pentelow Gardens Lifestyle Living development will be made up of eight two-bedroom bungalows and six three-bedroom houses. Each will incorporate tasteful, modern design and will feature luxury fixtures and fittings throughout. Finished in honey-coloured Cotswold stone, the properties will blend seamlessly with the local area, and each will have a private rear garden, a courtyard and two parking spaces.

Our Lifestyle Living properties are tailored for the over-55s. They offer you the opportunity to make more of your well-earned free time by taking some of the responsibilities of homeownership off your hands.

A gentle 10-minute stroll from the development will see you in the centre of Chipping Norton. From its local theatre and museum to the host of high-street and boutique shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs, this quaint yet bustling town has so much to offer. You'll also find a leisure centre in the town and various supermarkets, although if you like to shop locally, there's also a delicatessen, a fishmonger and two butchers.

Development Highlights

  • Located in the beautiful town of Chipping Norton
  • Last remaining cottage available
  • Private parking
  • Close to shops and amenities
  • Market with over 27 stalls every Wednesday
  • Bus stops outside of development
  • Intelligent use of space and light
  • Luxury fixtures and finishes

Key Features

  • Storage facilities
  • Courtyard
  • Pets allowed
  • Car parking
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Near the countryside

Site Plan

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Living at Pentelow Gardens

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  • Book an Appointment

    James Carey | Sales Consultant

    James is currently undertaking appointments where you can learn more about this beautiful development, review plans and prices and reserve the apartment of your choice off plan.

    He will be able to assist you with the sale of your own property and guide you through the process of moving house should you need any help. 

ownership types

Flexible Purchasing

  • Buy

    Purchase your new home outright and you'll enjoy continued ownership of your own property. Our Smooth Move and Part Exchange services are designed to help make your move even easier.

THE LOCAL AREA

Living in Chipping Norton

Chipping Norton has long been a hub of activity, with weekly markets having been held here since the 13th century! And it doesn't disappoint today. Regular farmers markets are held in the appropriately named Market Square, where you can buy fresh produce and locally made goods.

As well as at the local museum - which is home to a significant collection of local artefacts - you can also learn more about the town's history at Hook Norton Brewery. Here, you can experience how the brewery would have been run in the past, with it's mill still powered by steam and ale delivered locally by shire horses! Take a tour of the brewery and its associated museum to find fascinating historical artefacts, visit the stables to see the shire horses and, of course, sample the award-winning beers produced here.

Sitting on the border of the Cotswolds, Chipping Norton truly is a gateway into all that this area of outstanding beauty has to offer. Just a five-minute journey by car into the Cotswolds brings you to the Rollright Stones. Reputed to be older than Stonehenge, this ancient megalithic stone circle is a sight to behold! And among the many other delights on offer in the Cotswolds is the Cotswold Falconry Centre. Admire the majesty of the 150 birds of prey housed at the centre and enjoying breathtaking flying demonstrations throughout the day.

Heading around 20 minutes in the other direction by car is the resplendent Blenheim Palace. Take a tour of this world heritage site to discover its rich history and admire the opulence of the palace's rooms. And there couldn't be a more magical place to be on a sunny summer's day than the palace's 2000 acres of landscaped parklands, including a glorious lake and stunning formal gardens.

Chipping Norton Facts:
6,337
people 
18 miles
from Oxford
Pentelow Gardens
Trinity Road, Chipping Norton, Oxon, OX7 5AH
  • Doctors
  • Leisure Centre
  • Shops
  • Theatre

The development is surrounded by areas of natural beauty, with the Cotswolds right on its doorstep. Just a short 4 mile car journey also takes you to the Rollright Stones, an ancient stone circle reputed to be older than Stonehenge.

Under 0.5 miles away is the High Street. Here you can find shops, cafés and restaurants. Also, Chipping Norton Museum and the theatre are both within 0.5 miles.

Getting to Location

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Our people

The Team at Pentelow Gardens

Gary Saunders
Sales Executive
Offer

Offers Too Good To Miss

  • Part Exchange with us today for a hassle-free move

    Our retirement communities are about enjoying life to the full, with company when you want it, help when you could use it, and even care when you need it. And you could be enjoying this new lifestyle sooner than you think, through our ‘We’ll Buy Your Property’ scheme.

    To find our more please call 0800 201 4811.

Please note that images are for illustrative purposes only. Images may include upgrades and optional extras which may be available for you to purchase at an additional cost. Please click here for further explanations. Floor plans and pricing are accurate at time of publication. Floor plans are for guidance purposes only and are subject to change. Prices may fluctuate depending on market conditions and availability.