South Hills, Brill
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Kitchen/Dining/Family Room
- Living Room
- Entrance Hallway
- Downstairs Cloakroom
- Master Bedroom with Dressing Room & En-suite
- Family Bathroom
- Top Floor Shower Room
- Courtyard Rear Garden
- Parking for Two/Three
Brill Common consists of approximately 30 hectares of common land, comprising unenclosed grassland crossed by two roads, adjacent to the village of Brill in Buckinghamshire. The Common is much used by villagers and also by visitors from across Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire who come to visit the historic windmill and then walk, picnic and fly kites on the Common.
The village of Brill sits atop an enviable location, 300 to 400 feet above the surrounding countryside, the majority of this land is a combination of common land as well as the last part of the ancient Bernwood Forest, and historic Brill windmill. The village suits the more practical needs of everyday living, with a newsagent, an off-licence and a butcher and two gastro pubs, The Pointer and The Pheasant.
More extensive facilities are available in Thame, Oxford, Aylesbury and Bicester. The M40 is about fifteen minutes by car, providing excellent access to the M25, Heathrow airport, London and the M4. Train services to London run from Haddenham, Bicester North Station and Bicester Village station (London Marylebone in approximately forty five minutes). Buckinghamshire is particularly renowned for its state and private education with the state school system having retained the selective (Grammar) secondary schools, with the local Co-Ed prep school Ashfold and Brill school, of particular note.
Bicester is an historic market centre and one of the fastest growing towns in Oxfordshire, with a wide range of local and national shops together with cafes, pubs, restaurants, weekly markets and an occasional French market. Bicester village with 130 luxury boutiques is a dream destination for designer shopping. Bicester Avenue a Wyevale garden centre and Retail Park is one of the largest garden complexes in the UK.