Sutton Courtenay Top 10 for Families
Looking for a home when you have a family is no simple task. It’s no longer a question of whether the house is suitable but also making sure the area is right for your family. Questions such as quality of housing, schools, open spaces, shops and easy access for a good work-life balance become increasingly important. Knowing that it is difficult to find just a few of these it makes it even more impressive that Sutton Courtenay was placed in The Times Top 10 best places for families to live.
The Thames-side village of Sutton Courtenay is 5km south of Abingdon and 19km south of Oxford. There are some beautiful walks in the surrounding countryside, especially the area around The Pools and along the Thames Bank. In the churchyard is the grave of the famous author George Orwell. Tucked away in the Vale of White Horse, Sutton Courtenay allows residents to enjoy the country life whilst still being close to urban comforts. Sutton Courtenay also provides easy access to London with Didcot Parkway less than 4 miles away. With an excellent C of E primary school, pubs, open spaces and celebrity locals it can easily be seen why Sutton Courtenay was selected as one of the best places in Britain for families.
We understand it’s a difficult task when choosing a property and it can appear daunting, especially when you need to research the area. We realise this and have tailored our property pages to show train stations, school information, motorway junctions and links to our area guide which list walks, restaurants, days out and sports clubs in the area.
We find that Sutton Courtenay is a popular choice when it comes to renting a property so we recommend that you register your interest so we can inform you the moment a property becomes available. Here are some of the rental properties you can expect to find with us in Sutton Courtenay.
A superbly located, detached property surrounded by open fields with 3 bedrooms, family bathroom, separate shower room, kitchen, conservatory and a large living room.
A period home with 4 bedrooms and attic room, family bathroom, en-suite shower and a lovely large living room split by a central fireplace. The property benefits from an additional reception room and study.