NO REFERENCE FEES ON THIS PROPERTY - This generously sized family house is situated in this excellent location which is off the Abingdon Road and is walking distance into Oxford city centre and provides excellent access for local schools, nearby Cowley, Headington, A34
Quaint three bedroom, traditional Victorian terraced cottage, in the highly desirable area of Grandpont - located off the Abingdon Road, south of Oxford City Centre
Want to live just off Iffley Road? Furnished period property with four bedrooms and an HMO licence, making an ideal base for professional sharers in full time employment.
Just the three of you? With 3 double bedrooms and parking in St Clements this house is a great base for access to both the city centre and the facilities of Cowley plus the open space of South Park.
John D Wood and Co. Oxford Lettings are thrilled to offer for rent a very special, beautifully presented terraced Georgian house in this central location, behind St John Street and close to the Ashmolean Museum. Exquisitely decorated, the house is available on an...
No Reference Fees -Traditional family house with fast access to the Oxford Ring Road, M40, and the John Radcliffe Hospital. Available Now!
John D Wood & Co. Oxford lettings are pleased to bring to the rental market this expensively refurbished townhouse, situated within easy reach of Woodstock Road and Summertown. With top of the range new wooden floors and high quality carpets, the house is ideal for a...
Reduced fees available on this property: Generous and premium North Oxford property situated on the desirable Banbury Road. Suitable for up to 5 sharers or a family let.
Reduced Fee incentive is available on this property - Fantastic family home built within the last 6 months, situated in the desirable suburban reaches of North Oxford
Reduced fees available on this property. This well presented and spacious family house is situated in this sought after North Oxford location providing excellent access to local schools and Summertown for local amenities and bus links for Oxford and soon to open Train
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