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Beaumont Gardens is located in the family friendly village of Sutton Courtenay, at the heart of the Thames Valley in Oxfordshire.
Here you can enjoy country life, in an exceptional new village home, yet with the town of Abingdon just a short drive away. You’ll also be conveniently placed for Didcot and Oxford, local employment areas such as Milton Park, or for commuting into London or Reading.
Located in the Thames-side village of Sutton Courtenay, Beaumont Gardens enjoys a convenient setting off Milton Road, from where you can enjoy the countryside, become part of a lively local community and still be close to all your creature comforts.
With plenty of history, fine period buildings, its own parish church, village hall, excellent primary school, shops, pubs and village green, Sutton Courtenay has featured in The Sunday Times Best Places to Live in Britain, as one of the best places for families. In addition to the village school, there’s an excellent choice of state and independent schools in the area, good local healthcare provision and plenty of yearround village events and activities for all the family.
At Beaumont Gardens you and your family will enjoy the very best of village life, yet be close to Abingdon, Didcot and the beautiful countryside at the heart of the Thames Valley.
The historic market town of Abingdon on Thames is only 4 miles from Beaumont Gardens. With its ancient streets, riverside walks, festivals and events, it is a town full of hidden gems and offers a wealth of independent shops, markets, cafés, restaurants, pubs, a leisure centre and open-air swimming pool.
For further shopping and leisure opportunities, Didcot is only 3 miles away and provides a range of shops, including major retailers, both on the High Street and at the Orchard Centre. The town also offers major supermarkets for weekly shopping and a monthly farmers’ market. Other attractions include leisure centres, an arts and entertainment centre and the Didcot Railway Centre, a unique collection celebrating the ‘Golden Age of Steam’.
But if you prefer the peace and quiet of the countryside, Beaumont Gardens is also close to a beautiful landscape, dotted with delightful villages and country pubs. There are wonderful walks including the Ridgeway National Trail, the Vale of White Horse or the downs at Lambourn. Local rural attractions include the Millennium Wood at Hagbourne Triangle, Ardington House, Wittenham Nature Reserve and several golf courses. Add to this the close proximity of the ancient university city of Oxford, just 10 miles away, and you begin to see why living here makes such perfect sense.