Oxford which was coined as “the city of dreaming spires” by the poet Matthew Arnold is a city steeped in history. Housing the oldest University in the English-speaking world which dates to the 12th century the city boasts some fine architecture including the Ashmolean Museum, Bodleian Library and Radcliffe Camera.

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Incorporating, among others, the towns of Henley-on-Thames, Didcot and Wallingford, South Oxfordshire is a very popular area of Oxfordshire. There are great transport links to London with trains from Didcot Parkway to London Paddington and good access to the M4.

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Woodstock, Charlbury, Chipping Norton, Burford and Witney are all market towns which can be found in West Oxfordshire. They all have a feel of being large villages and offer a place to live with a real sense of community.

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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!

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