Home Farm, Bladon

A beautifully crafted development of traditionally constructed new homes, built to a high standard and specification by Blenheim Palace.

(All units now sold) Well placed for connections to Oxford, London and the rest of the country by both road and rail, Home Farm is set immediately adjacent to historic Blenheim Palace and Park; one of Britain’s finest World Heritage Sites and home to the 12th Duke of Marlborough, with 2,000 acres of beautiful parkland designed by Capability Brown.

There are just a small number of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties available for sale; providing a superb opportunity to acquire a village lifestyle in this highly desirable location. 

Bladon: 

Bladon is named after one of the Cotswold’s prettiest rivers, the Evenlode, originally called the Bledene, and is set within picturesque countryside in the county of Oxfordshire.

A stroll around this pretty village, with its strong local community, will uncover charming stone cottages with mullioned windows and local Stonesfield slate roofs, a village pub, the very well respected Bladon Church Of England Primary School, and delightful countryside walks.

The village is famous for being the burial place of Sir Winston Churchill. Born at nearby Blenheim Palace, he was laid to rest in the small cemetery at the church of St Martin.

Viewings by appointment only. Please call 01993 811 881.

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

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New-Homes

Our 2018 New Homes collection offers a wide range of individual homes from leading developers with incentives such as 'Help to Buy’, Part Exchange and Assisted Move.

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Our community

At Breckon & Breckon we take pride in sponsoring our community. Have a look at what we have been up to in our local area.

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Our Awards

We have won a number of independent national awards from some of the industry’s most respected names.

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