New homes in Oxfordshire
Located in , the county of Oxfordshire shares a border with , and , in addition to , and . From globally-celebrated county town Oxford, to other thriving spots like Banbury and smaller neighbourhoods such as Faringdon and Chipping Norton, houses in Oxfordshire offer plenty of variety.
From historic landmarks like the Bodleian Library and Blenheim Palace, to natural draws such as the Cotswolds and the 200-mile long Thames Path, the county also boasts attractions such as the Oxford University Museum of Natural History – not to mention an array of castles and National Trust properties such as Greys Court. Start your search today, with our latest developments in Oxfordshire.
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Live the Oxfordshire life
With a great location, scenic countryside and lots of great places to live, buying a house in Oxfordshire could be the perfect move for you. We can help you get the most from your purchase, thanks to our range of attractive offers. With our Part Exchange scheme, we could act as a guaranteed buyer for your current home and wipe out any estate agent fees in the process.
Things to see and do in Oxfordshire
Oxford is a bustling hub of history, culture and famous landmarks, including places like the Bodleian Library, the History of Science Museum, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Bridge of Sighs. With a Norman castle, botanic garden and spots like Christ Church Cathedral, Radcliffe Camera and Folly Bridge, a walking tour could be a great way to explore the picturesque City of Dreaming Spires.
You’ll find plenty of other great attractions across the county, including Blenheim Palace, Broughton Castle, Shotover Country Park and Wychwood Forest. At the same time, you can also enjoy long walks in the Cotswolds, Chiltern Hills and North Wessex Downs.
There are plenty of excellent primary schools across the county where your kids can get a great start in their education, including Oxford’s Windmill Primary, which is rated as outstanding by Ofsted. King’s Meadow Primary in Bicester and Hardwick Primary in Banbury - where little ones can start from the age of two - are also good options.
If you’re looking for a secondary school in Oxford, then the outstanding Cherwell School is a top choice. Didcot Girls’ School has been judged just as highly by Ofsted, and the same goes for Bartholomew School in Witney and Banbury’s Frank Wise School.
Oxfordshire transport links
With a range of public transport options such as buses, trains and park and ride services, Oxfordshire also runs an accessible transport scheme and promotes active and healthy travel. If you do need to get in the car and drive, then the M40 motorway passes through the east of the county, providing excellent access to Birmingham in the north and London to the south. Meanwhile, trains from Oxford to the capital take around 50 minutes.
The Oxfordshire property scene
The average property price in Oxfordshire is significantly higher than the UK average. However, despite soaring prices causing issues with sales in places like Oxford, there are still plenty of places you can snap up a great bargain on a brilliant new home.
In the Bankside Park area on the outskirts of Banbury, you can find great value 3 bedroom semis and large 4 bed detached houses, just a mile from the town’s train station. With some of these properties benefitting from perks such as our Movemaker scheme, make sure you enquire about our latest offers when you get in touch with us today.