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Reasons to love Oxford

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Oxford is a major UK city in the South East and is the country town of the county of Oxfordshire. It is one of fastest growing in the UK and the 52nd largest city in the UK and one of the most ethnically diverse. Oxford lies 24 miles north west of Reading, 36 miles east of Cheltenham, 26 miles to the north east of Swindon and 51 miles north west of London. This makes Oxford a popular choice for many to live due to its easy commutes to many UK hubs across the nation.

Education in Oxford

Oxford is well known for its university that dates back to the 12th century and shares a famous rivalry with the University of Cambridge. The city is also home to the less known Oxford Brookes University, which also bolsters the city’s student population.

Although historically tensions between the university and Oxford locals has been tense, it attracts thousands of students to the town every year. This makes Oxford a popular place to buy a property whether it be as a student residence or a buy to let investment.

Oxford’s Economy

Although better known for its educational institutes, Oxford also has a varied range of economic industry in the manufacturing, publishing and science based sectors.

The city has been hub for the car manufacturing trade since 1910 and today it is home of the main production site for BMW owned Mini cars.

Oxford also has a rich history in the brewing sector. During the 16th century brewing and malting were one of the city’s most popular trades. The expansion of this trade was enabled by the development of railway links in the late 1800’s.

Green areas in Oxford

Oxford has an abundance of parks and nature walks offering a more peaceful rate of life during the weekends for those looking for a commutable location into the city. In total there are 28 nature reserves within or just outside the Oxford ring road and a number of local parks. So if you’re looking to buy in an area with plenty of open space try Oxford.

Transport in Oxford

Oxford is home to London Oxford Airport, although it does not provide a commercial service, it is home to the Oxford Aviation Academy.

Oxford has benefitted from rail links to the capital since 1851 when the city was linked with London Paddington via Reading. Now it also offers commuter links to London Euston and other areas of the country such as Birmingham.

Oxford has long been a crossroad city due to its location on several main transport routes. It benefits from the Oxford Ring Road linking it to the A34, A40, A44 and A420, providing links as far as Manchester, Birmingham, Aberystwyth, Swindon and more. The city is also served by the M40 motorway connecting London and Birmingham.

Oxfords extensive transport links make it a desirable location for business and commerce, and a hub of activity in that region of the UK. It attracts workers due to its ease of access to a wide range of locations and the accessibility in travelling to them.

Buying in Oxford

If you’re looking to buy a property in Oxford, your best bet is to look outside of the city walls.

Try Headington, a little more up market than some of Oxfords other residential areas. It is also home to Oxford Brookes University, offering a mix of nice shops, restaurants and bars but also offers a more rural vibe.

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