The region to the North and East of Oxford encompasses the towns of Bicester and Banbury and Kidlington, one of the largest villages in the country. In fact, Kidlington once claimed to be the largest village in the world!

With direct trains to Marylebone from Banbury, Bicester North, Bicester Village and Oxford Parkway stations, there are many commuters who want the best of both worlds and to have access to the great public schools as well as a decent commute to London. Villages surrounding Bicester including Islip, Bletchingdon, Kirtlington, Marsh Gibbon, Stratton Audley and Chesterton are home to many workers in the city.

Bicester has seen plenty of development and investment over recent years. Bicester Village is an outlet shopping centre which is one of the busiest tourist destinations in the UK. The growth of the shopping centre, as well as the town itself, has seen plenty of jobs available and the town continues to grow.

New build housing developments providing good quality accommodation are very popular with young families and are proving to make good investment opportunities.