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Under the skin of the letting market

Here we share news and views on both the local letting market in & around Oxfordshire and all planned and recent legislation.


Category Archives: We love Oxfordshire

The Annual Binsey Fete

  Finders Keepers are proud to be sponsoring the Binsey Fete this coming Saturday. Less than two miles from the city centre lies Binsey, a tiny village which is separated from the surrounding city areas by fields. Although it sounds …
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North Abingdon named as the seventh best place to live in Britain

In a recent survey of more than 7,000 districts in England, The Daily Telegraph has named North Abingdon as the seventh best place to live in the country. The supporting research based its results on ratings of factors such as …
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Cowley Road listed as one of Britain’s coolest streets

Running south-east from Magdalen Bridge, slicing through the inner city area of East Oxford and into the industrial hub, the Cowley Road stands proud as the fashionably bohemian and multicultural figurehead of the city.

A room with a view

New on our list: a delightful property situated at the gateway to the Cotswolds with enviable views towards the magnificent World Heritage site of Blenheim Estate.

Barcote Tower welcomes a new family

We are delighted to have let a truly amazing property within Barcote Manor House, near Faringdon, to a new family who were attracted to the residence’s high spec interior and desirable location. 

A Good Local Walk

What have the Great Train Robbery, one of the oldest post mills and a barometer set in stone got in common?

My favourite property

Our Office Managers and Letting Department Managers know their portfolio of properties like the back of their hands. From Cotswold Cottages to Georgian Manors we have let them all. Here each office chooses a property due to come on the …
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