Mosaics prepares to bring 237 new homes to Oxford!
We are pleased to announce that Mosaics, our new development in Oxford, will launch on the 9th and 10th of September!
The collection of 237 new homes will consist of one, two and three bedroom apartments and two, three and four bedroom houses, which are ideal for everyone from first time buyers to growing families. Designed by renowned architects Alison Brooks and Pollard Thomas Edwards, Mosaics will provide residents with modern, comfortable new homes that offer the best of Oxford’s green countryside and vibrant city.
Each of our apartments, duplexes, terraced and mews houses and detached villas at Mosaics are finished to the highest quality. Our homes are warmed by underfloor heating and include sophisticated, boutique kitchens and bathrooms which contain modern appliances. The houses have private gardens, and the apartments benefit from plenty of outdoor spaces, including patios, roof terraces, balconies and green spaces across the development. All of the homes are also energy-efficient, with green roofs and solar panels.
Mosaics will have all of the comforts of modern city living while being set amongst the beautiful English countryside. Just a 14-minute cycle from Oxford city centre and 18-minute bike ride from Oxford City Railway Station, Mosaics is in a brilliant and easily-commutable location, with regular trains to central London taking under an hour. Oxford is also a recognised Cycling City with a network of routes for you to explore.
Our one bedroom apartments at Mosaics have starting prices of £295,000, and with Help to Buy, buyers would only need to pay a 5% deposit – in this case, £14,750. Help to Buy is available on all Mosaics homes under £600,000. A two bedroom apartment starts at £360,000.
Mosaics is the first phase at Barton Park, a sustainable new extension of Oxford consisting of 885 homes led by Barton Oxford LLP, a development partnership between Oxford City Council and Grosvenor Britain & Ireland. Barton Park is part of NHS England’s Healthy New Towns initiative, and has been shaped to promote healthier living by prioritising access to green spaces and sporting facilities. The overall development will also provide a community hub, food shop and new primary school.