The Stormont is a boutique collection of 8 new luxury homes in Oxford’s desirable Headington suburb. Designed to be contemporary whilst in keeping with the wider area’s architecture, the homes come with high-end finishes, tasteful fittings and modern kitchens with fully integrated appliances. The development’s ideal location is in close proximity to parks and daily amenities.
Moreover, it is surrounded by centres of education and employment with the main Oxford Brookes University campus a stone’s throw away, as well as Oxford University Old Road campus and primary/secondary schools. The Stormont can easily be reached by foot, car or a short bus journey which connects residents to the city centre and beyond.
The supermarket, bus stop, schools and colleges (including the University of Oxford), gym, doctor, parks and nature reserve, as well as restaurants, are all within a 10-minute walk from The Stormont.
Situated on the river Thames 90 km northwest of London, the city of Oxford serves as the seat of the Oxfordshire county. Internationally revered for its world-leading university and deeply rich history, Oxford is home to almost 153,000 people and offers world class culture and leisure prospects.
Oxford is one of the UK’s most exciting arts and cultural destinations. It is home to world-renowned art galleries, libraries and multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites and museums. One of which is the Ashmolean Museum, the world’s first university museum and the UK’s oldest. The city also houses the oldest remaining purpose-built museum, the Museum of the History of Science. Oxford’s beauty has been featured as the backdrop of countless films which most notably include the Harry Potter series.
The city’s many restaurants, cafes and shops are scattered around the historic city centre setting a very inviting atmosphere. Among these is Queen’s Lane Coffee House, the oldest continually working coffee house in Europe. The Westgate shopping centre is the city’s landmark mall with a large selection of global brands, diverse restaurants and cafes. It also offers refined rooftop bars and dining. The city benefits from a plethora of greenery in its local parks and gardens scattered throughout the city. More than 6,000 different plant species can be found at the Oxford Botanic Gardens, the oldest in Britain with a history of over 400 years.
Oxford’s central location between Birmingham and London provides the city with a strategic transportation network via rail and road, as well as air through its interconnectivity with London, providing the city with good connectivity throughout the UK as well as internationally.
- Balconies on most apartments
- 20% upon exchange, 80% upon completion
- White goods included