Wolvercote Mill, 3 bed homes
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A collection of beautifully designed 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments as well as 3 bedroom houses. Wolvercote Mill enjoys a delightful setting just north of Oxford and boasts excellent transport links. The village of Wolvercote is known for its immense community feel and is surrounded by picturesque woodland and watercourses.
The Wolvercote Paper Mill, from which the development takes its name, has a rich history and once supplied paper to the world-renowned Oxford University Press. Find exceptional contemporary living at Wolvercote Mill, made all the more attainable with Shared Ownership. Take this opportunity to be part of the next chapter of this exceptional community.
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Local area information
The site was historically occupied by the Wolvercote Paper Mill set in Oxford.
Ideally positioned, Oxford is located centrally in England, making it easy access to International airports, the railway network and major roadway links. The site is located in the semi-rural village of Wolvercote approximately 3 miles North of Oxford City.
The village possess strong connections to the city and beyond with it being located off the Wolvercote roundabout which is a transport node for the City bringing together some of the major links such as A40 and A44. The village also holds links to public transport with it being located between two of the regions trains approximately 3 miles away from each.
Min share price from: £143,750 for a 25% share
Full price from: £575,000
Minimum deposit from: £5,563
Monthly rent from: £1,005
There is only one available priced at £143,750 for a 25% share.
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Leasehold, which is essentially the contract for the share you've bought.
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