Ickford, Oxfordshire

Rectory Woods

A countryside backdrop with contemporary living

This collection of beautifully crafted family homes featuring 3, 4, and 5 bedrooms have been thoughtfully created to reflect the values and ideals of the past and present. Rectory Woods seamlessly integrates into the highly coveted medieval village of Ickford, offering the best of contemporary living amidst a classic countryside backdrop.
This development is a place where the values and ideals of past and present entwine to produce something truly unique. Rectory Homes have created this by reflecting local traditions in the styles and materials they use, and by employing the skills of craftsmen from the area, all in keeping with the context of Ickford village and nearby Thame.
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Semi-Detached / 95 sq m

Plot 26: Three bedroom, link-detached home with garage and driveway parking.

This fantastic three bedroom property is set in the heart of the Rectory Woods site and is ideal for growing families and downsizers alike!



Detached / 246 sq m

Plot 3: Five bedroom detached home with integral double garage

This spacious family home is a not to be missed; with a spectacular open plan kitchen, dining and family room to the rear of this home and diamond specification throughout.


Rectory Woods offers semi-rural living

Designed for a slower pace of life

Rectory Homes

Contemporary homes with character

Building throughout the Home Counties and select areas of London, our homes range from 2 bedroom apartments to larger 5 bedroom family homes. We specialise in small scale developments in highly sought after locations.

Modern Countryside Living

With only twenty-one private homes, Rectory Woods feels exclusive and unique, and is a highly desirable addition to the area. Rectory Woods also makes the most of its semi-rural setting, and a number of the homes are positioned to allow uninterrupted views across fields.

Small & Charming Ickford

Situated just north of the River Thame, along the border of Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, Ickford boasts a seventeenth-century bridge that serves as a recognized historical landmark connecting the two counties. 

An annual traditional tug-of-war takes place across the river during the summer, fostering a friendly competition between Ickford residents and those from the neighboring village of Tiddington, promoting community unity. The bridge stands as one of Ickford's historical ties, dating back to a period predating the Domesday Book. 

Other historical features include the thatched seventeenth-century Rising Sun pub and the parish church of St. Nicholas, a focal point of village life since the twelfth century. In addition to these historical elements, modern amenities such as a dual-function Post Office/general store, a village hall, and tennis courts contribute to the village's charm. Today, Ickford is a magnet for those seeking the tranquility and simplicity of country life, making it an enchanting location for a permanent residence.

Connections Made Simple 

Embracing a serene country lifestyle doesn't equate to isolation. At Rectory Woods, you'll enjoy excellent road and rail connections to London, Oxford, and Birmingham.

The Haddenham & Thame Parkway railway station, located just outside Thame, offers a direct line to London Marylebone and Oxford, catering to the commuting needs of residents to either city. Birmingham is also easily accessible, with a travel time of under an hour and a half. For road travel, the M40 is a mere 3 miles away. Local buses further enhance connectivity, with a bus stop conveniently situated just over 200 yards away, providing regular routes to Thame, Aylesbury, and Oxford.

A Place of Learning

The range of schools close to Ickford makes it a popular choice for families, and your little ones might even start their learning journey at the village school! Ickford School takes in pre-school and primary ages and has been rated ‘good’ by Ofsted. It’s also an easy walk from your future home. 

Connections made simple at Rectory Woods

Quiet country life needn’t mean being cut off from great road and rail connections

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Twining House, 294 Banbury Road, Summertown, Oxford, OX2 7ED

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