Where city
meets countryside

Perfectly placed

At the edge of Oxford, Mosaics places you at the heart of it all. A network of cycle routes places the city centre, Oxford Station and the newly built Oxford Parkway station within easy reach, while investment in public transport has improved bus links throughout the city.

Mosaics is linked to Oxford, and Oxford provides your link to the wider world. London Heathrow international airport is only forty minutes’ drive, while links to London Paddington put the capital an hour away by train.

Effortless connections

Mosaics places you at the heart of it all. A network of cycle routes places the city centre, Oxford Station and the newly built Oxford Parkway station within easy reach, while investment in public transport has improved bus links throughout the city.

Mosaics will be served by public transport with a frequent and reliable bus service connecting Barton Park to Oxford city centre. London Heathrow international airport is only 45 minutes’ drive, while links to London Paddington and London Marylebone put the capital less than an hour away by train.

Oxford City centre
Car 3.8 miles 12 minutes
Bike 2.6 miles 14 minutes
Bus 25 minutes
Headington
Bike 1 mile 8 minutes
Walk 1 mile 22 minutes
Summertown
Car 3 miles 7 minutes
Bike 2.5 miles 13 minutes
Bus 21 minutes
John Radcliffe Hospital
Car 1.8 miles 8 minutes
Bike 0.5 miles 4 minutes
Bus 6 minutes
Walk 0.5 miles 11 minutes
Churchill Hospital
Car 2.7 miles 8 minutes
Bike 1.7 miles 12 minutes
Bus 26 minutes
Nuffield Hospital
Car 2.3 miles 8 minutes
Bike 1.5 miles 11 minutes
Bus 27 minutes
Oxford city railway station
Car 4.6 miles 14 minutes
Bike 3.2 miles 18 minutes
Bus 33 minutes
Oxford Tube & X90 Bus Stop Headington
Bike 1 miles 7 minutes
Bus 7 minutes
Walk 0.9 miles 20 minutes
Thornhill Park & Ride
Car 1.9 miles 4 minutes
Bike 1.9 miles 11 minutes
Pear Tree Park & Ride
Car 3.7 miles 8 minutes
Heathrow Airport
Car 42 miles 45 minutes
Gatwick Airport
Car 78 miles 1 hour 10 minutes
M40
Car 6.2 miles 8 minutes
A34
Car 3.6 miles 6 minutes

The green outdoors

Homes are only part of the Mosaics’ story: wooden walkways wind through the green surroundings of the development, beautifully appointed gardens have been designed as social spaces, quiet ponds bring wildlife and man together.

Mosaics’ architecture had been carefully considered to ensure that the new homes will be harmoniously integrated with the green settings of the development, enabling the residents to enjoy the great outdoors from their  own doorstep.

As you go home to Mosaics, a landscape buffer allows you to leave behind the city buzz and start taking in the tranquillity of your home surroundings. The Linear Park with its peaceful ponds has been enhanced with wooden walkway and viewing platforms, especially designed as spaces for relaxation and wildlife spotting. Natural and equipped  play areas have been incorporated, proving the youngest residents with space for fun and games.

The Greenway, with its wild planting and native trees, constitutes a natural continuation of the Bayswater Brook into the residential area, linking Bayswater Park and Rowcroft Park. Imaginatively created spaces, such as Gladstone Gardens, provide green views for the homes displayed around them and become social retreats that bring people together.