Welcome to Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Oxford
Sell, Let or Buy your property with Hunters
We understand that buying or selling a home is an enormous undertaking and that it can feel daunting. Our team is committed to ensuring that your property transactions proceed from marketing through to completion as quickly and as smoothly as possible.
Benefit from our extensive experience and receive expert advice about all aspects of the property market, whether you’re interested in selling, letting, or property management. If you’re a landlord, we’ll help you to find suitable buy-to-let properties and if you’re an investment buyer, we’ll help you find exciting opportunities here in Oxford.
Contact us today to talk through your property ambitions and we can book a free property valuation for you.
· Free property valuation (online or in person)
· A fully managed sale
· Expert advice from our experienced local agents
· Bespoke, professional marketing packages for your property
· Flexible lettings services, from securing tenants right through to fully managing your property
· Financial services
Why Choose Hunters Oxford
Your property listing will be created using professional photography, floor plans and detailed descriptions, making it stand out from the crowd. You can have a QR code put on the board outside the property to give passers-by instant access to your listing, helping you to get viewers booked in and through the door.
Our professional team
Our team provides all our customers with first class service, advice and assistance in all aspects of buying, selling, renting and letting properties in Oxford and the wider Oxfordshire region. We’ll keep you fully informed about changing legislation and regulations that surround all property transactions so you’re not caught out by anything unexpected.
Expert lettings services
Our professional lettings agents will create a bespoke package of support for you. Whether you need a tenant find only service, help with rent collection, or a fully managed let, we’ll provide you with exactly what you need to succeed as a landlord.
Marketing that works
Having a strong presence on all the major portals such as Rightmove and Zoopla means that we’ll market your property to achieve the best possible coverage. This will enable you to find your buyer or tenant as quickly as possible. In addition to that, we have a large database of contacts that are searching for properties to buy and rent here right now and we’ll send your listing directly to them.
No fees unless we succeed
Until we sell or let your property, you don’t owe us a penny.
Call us now for your free valuation
Talk to us about your property needs and book in a free valuation with us today.
Why live in Oxford?
Oxford is a city that’s famous for being home to the University of Oxford.
This city is well served when it comes to transport with its train station being just half a mile west of the city centre. There are trains to London Paddington that take just 51 minutes, making it a fantastic location for commuters. There are also train services to Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh making it easy to travel around the UK whether it’s for work or pleasure. There are fantastic bus services here taking residents throughout the city and beyond, and there’s the Oxford Tube, which is a coach service to London and back that runs 24 hours a day. For those that travel by car, the A40 connects through to the M40 providing an easy route towards London.
There are plenty of primary schools available throughout the city, and there’s a fantastic selection of secondary schools here too, including single sex options. For higher education, there’s the University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes University.
When heading out for retail therapy, many people head to Westgate Oxford, which is home to all the well-known brands. Oxford’s Covered Market is a great venue too, and it’s home to a fantastic range of independent stores so it’s ideal if you’re looking for something more unique.
The city has an exciting food and drink scene; there are classic brasseries, riverside restaurants set in old boathouses, and a whole host of different cuisines to choose between too.
People enjoy making the most of the amount of traditional pubs Oxford has. Some of them are extremely old, dating back as far as the 13th century, so there’s plenty of atmosphere and a warm welcome to be had, as well as hearty food and drink.
Oxford is an historic, beautiful city that has so much to offer people of all ages. There are plenty of historic sites to visit, and there’s lots of entertainment available, including several theatres and themed walking tours.
Houses and flats for sale in Oxford
There is a consensus of opinion suggesting that buying and renting a home in this area is only marginally cheaper than parts of London. The property market in Oxfordshire and Oxford in particular is very much driven by demand from buyers who come from all over the UK and internationally. We have properties all over the county, but a particular focus on OX1, OX2, OX3 and OX4 postcodes.
Housing requirements are sometimes fuelled by the need for good schools, both in the fee paying and non-fee paying sectors. Oxford has some of the UK’s top performing private and state schools, not to mention one of the world’s most renowned universities. Other factors that attract people are employment levels, good standards of living and the diverse and interesting mix of cultural backgrounds.
Geographically, the county is also strategically and centrally well placed to connect commuters with London, the Midlands, the south coast and beyond. Oxford has excellent bus and train links to London making it the perfect city for you to live and work in.
Contact Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Oxford today to find out how we can help with all your property needs.
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Oxford is a city in Oxfordshire that’s sometimes referred to as The City of Dreaming Spires. It’s famous for being home to The University of Oxford, which is the oldest university in the
English-speaking world, with evidence showing that teaching was taking place as early as 1096.
This city is well served when it comes to transport with its train station being just half a mile west of the city centre. There are trains to London Paddington that take just 51 minutes, making it a fantastic location for commuters. There are also train services to Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh making it easy to travel around the UK whether it’s for work or pleasure. There are fantastic bus services here taking residents throughout the city and beyond, and there’s the Oxford Tube, which is a coach service to London and back that runs 24 hours a day. For those that travel by car, the A40 connects to the M40, providing an easy route towards London.
There are plenty of good schools to choose from within Oxford. For younger children, there’s Wolvercote Primary School, Botley School and Windmill Primary School and all of these have been rated good by Ofsted. The Cherwell School is a popular secondary school with an outstanding Ofsted rating, and there’s Meadowbrook College and Oxford Spires Academy, as well as single-sex options such as Headington School (an independent school for girls). For higher education, there’s the famous University of Oxford with its 39 colleges, and there’s Oxford Brookes University here too.
Shops & Local Amenities
Oxford has a great range of shops providing something for everyone. Shoppers love heading to Westgate Oxford, which is a large shopping centre full of well-known brands. There’s a John Lewis, Hobbs, White Stuff store and much more besides. Oxford’s Covered Market dates back to the 1770s and it’s got a fantastic selection of shops, craft stalls and food and drink outlets. It’s a great place to find something unique in stores such as the women’s clothing shop Next to Nothing, Ben’s Cookies, Jemini Flowers and Oxford Soap Company.
The city has an exciting and eclectic mix of places to eat and drink. No.1 Ship Street is a stylish brasserie creating British dishes with a Gallic twist, and The Cherwell Boathouse enjoys great views as it’s a riverside restaurant set in a Victorian boathouse. Bhoomi Kitchen is one of the city’s great Indian restaurants, and The Coconut Tree provides delicious Sri Lankan food.
Oxford has lots of traditional pubs to visit for great food and drink such as The Bear Inn, which dates back to the 13th century. There are also some fun late-night bars like Angels Cocktail Bar, which serves up excellent modern and traditional cocktails.
Oxford has several hospitals in and around the city. The Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust is made up of four hospitals, including John Radcliffe Hospital, which is a large hospital on the edge of the city centre.
Oxford is a compact, beautiful city that’s easy to get around. If you enjoy history, visit the Saxon Tower of St Michael, which is the city’s oldest building, or the beautiful Christ Church Cathedral. The Bridge of Sighs (officially called Hertford Bridge) is a beautiful structure and got its name from its resemblance to a similar bridge that’s found in Venice.
For those who enjoy the theatre, there are several to be found within the city, including New Theatre, which hosts productions from the West End. Harry Potter fans can make the most of The Harry Potter Walking Tour, which tours parts of Oxford University including the Bodleian Library.