Lets move to Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire, located in south east England, borders six other counties making its location a real pull for people looking to relocate. Known for the University of Oxford and other key tourist industries there’s many reasons why people are keen to move to Oxfordshire.
Due to the size of Oxfordshire, property and living costs can vary massively depending if you are in Oxford city or located in a more rural area. On average renting a 2 property flat in Oxford will cost over £1,400 whereas a 2 bed flat in Witney costs just £850. Purchasing a 3 bed house in Oxford will cost nearly £450,000. This price drops significantly when you move away from the city centre with the average cost of a 3 bed house in Abingdon costing nearly £100,000 less.
If you’re looking for a quieter way of life then Oxfordshire may be for you. Oxfordshire includes parts of three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Cotswolds lies in the north-west whilst the south and south-east are home to the North Wessex Downs and Chilterns and no matter where you are you’re never far from some stunning scenery and peaceful areas.
With Oxfordshire spanning over 1000 square miles there’s definitely going to be an area that suits you. Although the city centre may be what you imagine when thinking of Oxfordshire there are some real unique and beautiful places to live away from the city.
When it comes to things to do in Oxfordshire you’ll be spoilt for choice. Why not take a walk through the rolling hills of the Cotswolds and explore the quant villages dotted throughout. Looking for something grander? Visit Blenheim Palace which was the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.
Get to know the historic city by taking a walking tour through the cobbled streets and discover the stunning venues home to the University of Oxford. If you’re looking to splash some cash then Bicester Village is the UKs biggest and most popular luxury shopping outlet. There are, of course, many museums and galleries from The Museum of Natural History to Modern Art Oxford. There’s a huge variety of eateries in Oxford and across the region from fine dining to on trend street food.