St Nicholas Park, Oxfordshire

Butts Ln, Old Marston, Oxfordshire OX3 0QN

St Nicholas Park is ideally located so you will experience the full charm of the village.

St Nicholas Park is an established park, located in the attractive village of Old Marston, and a few miles from the centre of Oxford. Next to the entrance of the park is the beautiful, historic St. Nicholas Church – the oldest building in the village.

With bus routes close by, you will have easy access to nearby amenities, allowing you to explore the further reaches of the local area. The River Cherwell which passes through the heart of Oxford and is only a short walk away. Take a stroll along the banks, enjoy a relaxing boat trip or indulge in a tipple or two at the renowned Victoria Arms on the River.  St. Nicholas Park is ideally located so you will experience the charm of living in a village setting whilst also having easy access to all nearby amenities and larger towns.

Homes for Sale

Find below the typical Residential home that you would find For Sale at any one of our Residential Park’s throughout the UK.

The Regency is a fully equipped and affordable park home with a traditional exterior and beautiful interior design.

The exterior benefits from box bay windows, a roof dormer and lintel and pilasters that perfectly frame the feature front door.

Available as a single or a twin, and in a large range of standard floor plans, this home has a layout to suit everyone. Options can include one to three bedrooms, a utility room, study, en-suite shower and/or, a walk-in wardrobe.

Inside, large box bay windows to the lounge and dining area, add light and depth and with furniture included, a fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, a fitted bathroom and beautiful interior design, this home really does have it all!

Regency - Floor Plan

Local Amenities



Wider Area

Oxford has plenty to offer; amongst its accolades being the world-renowned University of Oxford. It is a cosmopolitan town and a popular residential spot for those looking to enrich their lives with local culture and history.

A blend of ancient and modern style means that it attracts a diversity of tourists, residents and interests. As well as plenty of historic buildings, colleges and museums to visit, there are many local pubs, cafes and restaurants to enjoy and good shopping and theatre.

Punting is a traditional and long practised feature of Oxford, with Thames and Cherwell running through the city. A great deal of the road network allows you to cycle around Oxford or a gentle walk along the river or canal. Picnicking is one of the many parks or meadows alongside the river, which are popular weekend activities.

Surrounding areas of the city include Woodstock and the historic Blenheim Palace, with transportation links to London and places further afield London. The airports are close enough for you to be able to travel abroad when possible, but far enough away that you are not under any loud flight paths.

Oxford is truly an incredible place to live, work and enjoy your retirement.