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New homes in Thame

Phoenix Park is a brand new development of 1 and 2-bedroom maisonettes, 1 and 2-bedroom apartments, and 2, 3, 4, and 5-bedroom houses. Set in Thame, Oxfordshire as part of the Thames Valley division,... Read more ›


  • Maisonettes, apartments, and houses
  • Garages to selected homes
  • Proximity to Oxford and London
  • Excellent transport links
  • Electric charging points*

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Local Area

Local Area

Phoenix Park is located in the eastern part of Thame, around 15 miles east of Oxford. Less than four minutes’ drive from the town centre, the development is also within a 30-minute drive of Oxford, High Wycombe, and Aylesbury.

The development falls under the administration of Thame Town Council.

The local area

  • Thame town centre
    4 mins
  • Supermarket
    6 mins
  • Thame Leisure Centre
    7 mins
  • Thame NHS Community Hospital
    10 mins
  • Elms Park
    15 mins

In Thame, homeowners will find plenty to keep them busy. Sports enthusiasts are particularly well set, with Thame Leisure Centre providing swimming facilities, fitness classes, and bookable courts, as well as established clubs organising cricket, tennis, and football in the town.

More relaxed pursuits can also be found, including visits to historic sites. Thame Park is particularly popular, and this country estate can be explored by visitors year-round. The Player’s Theatre is a premier provider of outstanding shows, while regular festivals focused on art and literature are also hosted in the town.

Thame Museum, guided walking tours related to the Midsomer Murders TV series, and Rumseys Chocolatier are also worth a visit to discover more about the town’s history.

From well-known stores like Fat Face, Robert Dyas, and Mountain Ware to independent, locally owned shops, Thame features an exceptional retail experience. Along with supermarkets and local convenience stores, the shops in Thame cover all of a homeowner’s shopping needs. Groceries, specialist items, and more are readily available after a short walk from the development.

There’s also plenty to choose from when dining in Thame. Historic haunts, including The Black Horse, a rustic bar and restaurant set in a 17th century pub, and The Thatch, a modern gastropub housed in a 16th century structure, are popular in the town, though modern restaurants, including Bay of Bengal, can also be found in the centre.

For traditional home comforts, the team at Treacles Tea Rooms provide outstanding food and drink in a casual setting.

Phoenix Park is just a three-minute drive from the A418. This A-road connects Thame with the A40 and M40, giving homeowners access to Oxford in just over 30 minutes and the wider motorway network. Other nearby destinations that can be reached by road include Aylesbury and the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Rail travel to London Marylebone, Birmingham Snow Hill, and Oxford is also available via Haddenham & Thame Parkway Station. Found just seven minutes from the development, this station provides regular trains to these key destinations, making the site a popular base for commuters and academics.

Sustainable travel is available in the area via The Phoenix Trail. Directly accessible from the site, this cyclist and pedestrian route is well-used by members of the public exploring Oxfordshire.

Thame is well-set for education provision as the town is home to three primary schools and a secondary school. Barley Hill Primary School, Josh Hampden Primary School, and St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School all have good reputations with parents and students, with Josh Hampden just over half a mile from the development.

The secondary school, Lord Williams’s School, is less than half a mile from the development and this establishment caters for young people aged between 11 and 18. The town also has close proximity to several universities. Within a 30-minute drive, homeowners will find the University of Oxford, Buckinghamshire New University, and the Aylesbury campus of the University of Bedfordshire.

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Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.
Sources: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.