Penny & Sinclair, OX2
Summertown, found north of Oxford City centre is a vibrant and hugely popular shopping and business area. It is one of Oxford’s most sought after residential areas. Bounded by the Cherwell River and the Oxford Canal it offers an excellent variety of shops and local amenities. There are a number of cafés, restaurants as well as some of the most highly regarded schools in Oxford which draw families from around the world to reside in the area. Summertown offers a wonderful sense of community and the shopping area situated along the Banbury Road offers a delightful area to enjoy a morning coffee, browse a number of individual shops or dine in one of the superb restaurants. Oxford city centre is within easy reach from the regular bus service and the new rail station is found just north of Summertown and offers links to Marylebone London in under one hour.
|Properties||Number of properties||Avg. asking price||Avg. listing age|
|Residential for sale||40||£1,195,100||20 weeks||Residential to rent||5||£3,259 pcm||2 week|
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£1,395 pcm (£322 pw) Plater Drive, Oxford OX2
Available from 14th Dec 2021
A lovely two bedroom, ground floor apartment on the Waterside development. One double bedroom, second bedroom or office space and family bathroom. Living and dining room, separate kitchen. Offered furnished and equipped and available December 2021.
Meet the team
James has led a long and distinguished career as an estate agent in Oxford. He brings 23 years of estate agency experience to Penny & Sinclair, having founded the firm with Wendy Sinclair in May 2009. James oversees the firm’s operations and ensures that exceptional customer service remains the hallmark of its reputation.
Lizanne SimmonsSales Manager
Lizanne has a strong understanding of the Oxford property market and has helped to develop Penny & Sinclair’s reputation for excellent customer service, by consistently going to great lengths for her clients and recognising the value of properties as homes, as well as financial assets.