26 stunning apartments, with 12 homes being offered for shared ownership and 14 homes being built for people on the Oxford City Council waiting list.
Receiving its marketing name from the history of the site, these beautiful homes provide a fantastic opportunity to benefit from all Oxford has to offer.
Cannon Court was supported with funding from the Oxfordshire Housing and Growth Partnership.
The new homes, formed in an ‘L’ shape around a landscaped communal square offer large rooms and an abundance of storage. All homes have balconies or terraces and the use of a large communal bike store. The development is situated within walking distance of Cutteslowe & Sunnymead Park, 42 hectares of green space, play areas, ponds and woods to explore.
Paul Stachura, Sales & Marketing Manager of OX Place, said: “Oxford is among the least affordable places to live in the UK. People on average incomes are priced out of the housing market and private rents are nearly double the average for England as a whole. We’re delighted to offer these incredible apartments on a shared ownership basis to enable people to afford to own a home they can call their own.”