Oxfordshire area guide

Oxfordshire is a county with something to suit everyone; the world famous bustling University city of Oxford sits proudly surrounded by fabulous countryside which is interspersed with classic pretty English villages and thriving small towns such as Banbury and Chipping Norton.

Centrally located and well connected, much of Oxfordshire is within commuter distance of London. Combined with the county’s reputation for excellent schooling and culture, this makes Oxfordshire one of the most desirable places to live in the country.

Between the new Strutt & Parker Oxford office and our office in Banbury, we cover the majority of the county; in addition, our offices in Newbury and Pangbourne cover the Southern edge and our Moreton-in-Marsh office the North-Western fringe.

The types of Oxfordshire property sold and let by the Strutt & Parker offices' offices vary from imposing Georgian farmhouses and barn conversions to delightful country cottages, with a handful of modern family homes thrown in. Oxfordshire is blessed with more than its fair share of charming period and listed homes and our offices have an abundance of both, split between village/town locations and more rural areas, surrounded by generous grounds.

The wealth of rural space across the county means that for lovers of the outdoors things to do in Oxfordshire are not hard to come by. From bustling market towns selling fantastic local produce, to the unique character that embodies the city of Oxford, visitors and residents alike will easily find their own personal attraction to the county.

Our residential sales and lettings teams are joined by farming and land management departments, operating throughout the county.

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