A historic market town since the days of the Saxons, buyers and sellers alike have been attracted to Bicester for a number of years, and its popularity is continuing to grow as it undergoes a big expansion, continued investment and economic growth.

The town was chosen to be one of the Government’s flagship ‘Garden Cities’, a planned development of up to 13,000 new family homes interspersed with leafy green spaces. These new properties will largely be in keeping with the common three and four bedroom semi-detached and detached homes in Bicester, adding more of these attractive houses to the market to cater for the growing demographic of families planning a Bicester property search.

Bicester is extremely popular among young families and young professionals, thanks in large part to its close proximity to both Oxford and London. Its close proximity to the M40 makes travelling easy, whilst the two train stations and a mainline service to London Marylebone in less than an hour ensures the town is very popular amongst commuters too.

Sitting inside the ‘golden triangle’ of Oxford, Cambridge and London, with access to reputable Oxfordshire schools and the famous designer outlet shopping centre Bicester Village right on its doorstep, this is a highly desirable area for both buyers and tenants.