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Aviator House

Reservations now being taken. Move in to your new home in Summer 2020.

Situated on the former Haddenham Airfield, Aviator House provides the perfect balance between country living and city connections.

Aviator House is a contemporary mixed-use development hosting 17 high-specification apartments arranged over the first and second floor. Each apartment has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, balcony and an allocated parking space. On the ground floor there is a CO OP and a Bright Horizons day nursery.

Commuters are able to take advantage of excellent transport connections via road and rail links, being close to the M40, along with the upgraded Haddenham and Thame Parkway station that is situated less than half a mile away. Regular train services connect to Bicester Village, London Marylebone and Birmingham Moor Street. There is also a regular bus service that connects Aylesbury, Haddenham, Thame, and Oxford.

Ready for you: 

 To arrange a viewing contact our New Homes Sales team on newhomes@breckon.co.uk or telephone 01865 261222.

To keep everyone safe we are currently only carrying out viewings by appointment only.  Please see a link to our ‘safe move’ guidance below.

We have implemented our own SAFE MOVE campaign following the government’s official safe working guidance for our industry. Please read our guidance for viewings, valuations, office visits and other instances where we may need to meet in person safely.

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View the exquisitely presented Aviator brochure. Includes, site map, location guide, floor plans and specification list.

Aviator Brochure ›

Price list and availability for all plots at Aviator.

Aviator Price List ›

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Get in touch with our Summertown Sales and New Homes team for more information.

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Help To Buy FAQ

Help to Buy is available to first time buyers as well as homeowners looking to move. The home you want to buy must be newly built with a price tag of up to £600,000.

Help To Buy FAQ ›

Need some advice?  Get in touch with the Oxfordshire experts