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Moving to Oxford? Save on Your Conveyancing Costs

Oxford is an amazing city and a gorgeous location to start a new home in. To get you even more excited about the move, want to take on the stress of the conveyancing process so that you never have to worry about it. Using our online services lets you manage your case at a time that’s convenient to you. In between your busy lifestyle and exploring your new city, let us take the hassle away from the entire process

By instructing our team you will be provided with a hand-picked conveyancing solicitor that will take on your case and start to make your moving process easier. The entire process is completed online for your convenience but your solicitor is an expert in the local area, giving you complete peace of mind. To extend this, our No Sale, No Fee guarantee gives you the confidence that if a sale falls through for any reason, you will not have to pay us a penny.

Oxford is a great city that lets you escape the busy life of London whilst keeping the charm that is found in spectacular architecture and a rich history. Although Oxford is located outside of the capital city, some of the high-end expenses such as house prices do remain. However, if you’re looking for the desirable lifestyle that Oxford offers and the convenience of being the closest city outside of London then it may be the perfect place for you.


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See the sights:

Oxford Castle and Prison holds 1000 years of history. Originally built by the Normans as a motte and bailey castle the site was eventually transformed into a prison. All these years later the location now tells the story of many years before. There are guided tours available through the castle that take you to a number of destinations. You can climb the Saxon St George’s tower, giving you 360 views. Or you can travel underground to 900-year-old crypts where the only remains of St George’s chapel can be found.

The Bodleian Library is one of the oldest libraries in Europe and is the second largest in Britain. It was first opened in 1602 and has been expanding over the last 150 years, accumulating over 13 million printed items. It features English Gothic architecture and is a great insight into the scholarly history of Oxford.

Sports and leisure:

Kassam Stadium is home to the city’s own Oxford United Football Club. Despite the home team being relegated to Conference national, the stadium are currently hosts for League one matches which could make for some frequent trips to the stadium. They also hosts for a number of other purposes; the stadium is great for exhibitions, conferences and various celebrations.

The Boat Race is an annual rivalry competition between crews from Oxford and Cambridge University Boat club. The tradition was started in 1829 and has continued since, the only events that have stopped it have been the two world wars and the COVID-19 Pandemic. Although the race is held outside of Oxford, the event is televised and can be a great yearly event to enjoy patriotically.


The New Theatre, Oxford is the largest venue within the city. It is host to a large selection of entertainment including large musicals, opera, gigs, touring productions and ballet. There are a number of different theatres in Oxford each offering something different, living in the city could be a great opportunity to explore different calibres of entertainment.

Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Park is the largest park in Oxford and has a plethora of activities for all ages to enjoy. They have a splash play feature in the warmer months. There are 18 orienteering courses to be discovered and a number of sports to be played such as, football, basketball, table tennis, beach volleyball and cricket.


This area offers a great work life balance as there are plenty of places that offer employment opportunities with three hospitals and Oxford Brookes University as well as a number of shops, pubs and restaurants that could either offer job prospects or facilities to enjoy. There are a selection of different properties in the area that feature Victorian and Edwardian style architecture as well as cottages and more modern family homes.

Park Town

This affluent area sees house prices reach into the millions. If you are looking for gorgeous period properties within this kind of budget, then it might be the area for you. There are Ofsted rated outstanding schools in the area that many families are eager to have their children a part of. Within the area there are also a great variety of restaurants, shops and stores and facilities meaning you don’t always have to travel into the city centre for all your needs.


This area has grown exponentially through the years and is an extremely popular area especially as it seems to be one of the more affordable areas in this highly expensive city. Within the area there are also a selection of cosy local pubs and global restaurants. The area also has a cool, creative vibe and you may often see buildings spray painted with incredible street art.  The area also has great access to the city centre.

Oxford has some great travel links to the rest of the UK due to its central location within the South of England. London can easily be reached by road via the M40 and can take around 1 hour and 30 minutes to reach the centre of London or 45 minutes to reach areas in the West of London such as Wembley. The city also has good connections to Birmingham when heading northbound on the M40. Driving within the city can be difficult and parking isn’t always available, so the city has provided park and ride services in various locations to avoid congestion.

There are two railway stations located with the city, Oxford station is the main provider and is managed by Great Western Railway with services also provided by CrossCountry and Chiltern Railways trains. These services allow for access to London Paddington and London Marylebone as well as Reading and Worcester.

Most bus services within Oxford are run by the Oxford Bus Company and provide public transport in and around the city. There is also a stagecoach service called the Oxford Tube which offers a 24-hour bus service between Oxford and London. There are also taxi services within the city as well as the local rent-a-bike scheme for an eco-friendlier method of transportation.

John Radcliffe Hospital. Headley Way, Headington, Oxford OX3 9DU

City Community Hospital. Fulbrook Centre Churchill Hospital, Headley Way OX3 7JU

Nuffield Health Oxford, The Manor Hospital. Beech Rd, Headington, Oxford OX3 7RP

Why Oxford is an amazing location to live and work.

Oxfordshire is above average in its employment figures with 76% of its residents in employment. The income in the area is also above average but this compensates for the higher cost of living as Oxford is the second most expensive city in the UK after London. The statistics do however show that disposable income is higher in Oxford than on average in the rest of the UK; demonstrating the availability of high paying employment opportunities in the city or through commuting to London. The main sectors of employment within Oxford are Education, Health and social work, manufacturing, retail and science.

Whilst living in Oxford there are so many perks to enjoy. The city Is a great place for shopping with two great locations in Cornmarket and Queens treet where you can find a good selection of high street brands. For more independent and traditional shops, there are a collection of craft shops, boutiques and delicatessens found in Oxford’s covered market and on Cowley Street which is Oxfords most ethnically diverse street which has its own annual carnival.

For a foodie, living in Oxford is a dream because of the range in cuisine and quality of food. There are a number of 5-star kitchens and restaurants as well as a good selection of pubs and takeaways. Oxford also has a vibrant nightlife and a wide selection of bars and nightclubs. You can find anything from a cosy pub to a contemporary and chic evening bar and nightclub. Whatever your preferred style for enjoying an evening, you can find it in Oxford.

Overall: 35% Better than 35% of areas in England

Income Deprivation: 29% Better than 29% of areas in England

Employment: 32% Better than 32% of are. in Eng..

Health:31% Better than 31 56 of areas in England

Education: 51% Better than 51 56 Of are. in England

Barriers to Services: 74% Better than 74% of areas in England

Living Environment: 18% Better than 18% of areas in England

Crime: 35% Better than 3s% of areas in England

Full details of the Index of Deprivation are available from the UK Govemment Website English indices of deprivation 2015.


Average House Prices in Oxford

We have found 166 property sales in Oxford since the beginning of 1995.

Our data comes directly from the Land Registry, and is updated monthly. It does not include commercial sales, or sales of land without property

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