Shared Ownership in Oxfordshire
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Oxfordshire, in South East England, is a landlocked county bordered by six other counties. This makes it a brilliant place to find a Shared Ownership property, as it is easy to explore places like Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Berkshire.
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The county includes parts of three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – the Cotswolds, North Wessex Downs and the Chilterns.
As well as beautiful rural areas, the towns and cities offer stunning architecture and rich history to explore. The dreaming spires of the city, impressive castles, stately homes and medieval abbeys all add to the splendour.
Discover the rich history and some of the county’s most famous landmarks in our gallery.
Blenheim palace, in Woodstock, is an impressive sight.
The principal home of the Duke of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, this landmark is a perfect day out.
The Cotswolds is a nature lover’s paradise, and in this 160-acre park and gardens you can get up close to over 260 different species of animals including penguins, sloths, otters and squirrel monkeys.
Get inspired by the rich history of each of its 39 colleges and buildings, including the Sheldonian Theatre built by Sir Christopher Wren in the 1600s.
The village of Broughton is home to Broughton Castle, a medieval fortified manor house built in 1306 and surrounded by a large moat. The castle is open to the public during the summer and private tours are also possible.
Including other educational facilities, regular Park and Ride bus services into the busiest parts of the county, and a wide network of healthcare options.
Find a range of educational options, varying from comprehensive schools to grammar and private schools. Higher education facilities are exemplary. Some of the best schools in the county are Magdalen College School, Headington School and Oxford High School.
Public transport includes a Park and Ride service into the city, as well as regular bus services to Bicester Shopping Village, Milton Keynes, Bedford and Cambridge. There are good train links between the county and the capital, Manchester and Birmingham.
Healthcare is provided by the Oxford Health NHS Foundation trust which delivers services in local hospitals, clinics, community buildings and in people’s homes. Hospitals in Oxfordshire include the John Radcliffe Hospital with an accident and emergency department, The New Foscote Hospital in Banbury and Bicester Community Hospital.