Whilst Westbury enjoys a fine countryside location communications are excellent being located on the Buckinghamshire/Oxfordshire borders approximately 5 miles northwest of the market town of Buckingham. Other local centres such as Brackley (3 miles), Bicester (10 miles) and Milton Keynes (18 miles) are all readily accessible and offer an extensive range of amenities and leisure facilities. Main line railway stations are available at Milton Keynes and Bicester, both having connections to London. The Saxon village of Westbury is steeped in history with its origins back to 867AD. In 1644 Charles I together with his army marched through the village on his way to the Battle of Cropredy Bridge. A 14lb cannonball has recently been found in the millrace and the developer intends to display a replica as a feature in the entrance area.