Bayworth Park in Oxfordshire is a private residential community based deep in the heart of the county, close to local towns and villages. Sitting at the end of a quiet lane in the country, this is a small community part of the Wyldecrest Parks line. Benefitting from experienced owners and careful management, new residents at the park will have access to independent living standards, while able to explore the wider county and towns as and when they wish.
This is a modern residential neighbourhood offering clear access to local walks and rural sites of interest. It is far enough from main roads to maintain a quiet and peaceful atmosphere, but conveniently close enough for residents to get out and about.
Why Choose Bayworth Park?
Bayworth Park is a community close to market towns and historic heritage trails and is designed to offer laid-back park home living to retirees and those approaching retirement. Its careful location is easy to reach but is far from public intrusion, which means residents may feel a strong sense of security.
Wyldecrest Parks is a leading name in residential park design. New movers will benefit from carefully maintained grounds as well as clear access to local amenities and facilities. The park may appeal to retirees who are keen to keep links to towns and cities in the South of England, but who may be looking for an exclusive hideaway with modern living standards.
Residents will also benefit from local newsagents and shopping amenities, only a short distance away from the entrance. However, local villages and towns are never too far away.
About Bayworth Park’s Location
Bayworth Park benefits from a private location that remains convenient. Residents will be able to explore the historic university city of Oxford at their leisure, with further links to towns and cities across the county easy to reach and arrange. For simple shopping and everyday amenities, residents can take short journeys out without having to take much time out of their day.
Market town experiences in communities such as Abingdon on Thames are a few miles away, with museums and farm centres also open to visit a few minutes through local roads and services. Residents who wish to explore local leisure and sport will also find the Frilford Golf Club nearby, close to the centre of Abingdon itself.
The local area may also appeal to residents who wish to take a look at local culture and art, with the Abingdon Museum, Burton Taylor Theatre and Wiseman Gallery all within close reach. There is as the Inspires Art Gallery nearby, as well as shopping facilities at the Westgate Centre less than three miles from the park.
The site also benefits from its central location between the Cotswolds and the Chiltern Hills, two popular Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty which residents may wish to explore through regular walks. There is also the North Wessex Downs to the South, with the Colne Valley on the other side of the Chilterns.