Pictures: Inside the most expensive homes for sale in Oxford

Oxford is well known for being one of the most expensive places to buy property in the UK outside of London. 

The average asking price for a pad in the City is treble the national average at £601,536.

With direct train links to London Paddington and Marylebone arriving in an hour or less, Oxford is the prime location for families looking for somewhere busy and bustling yet symbiotically rural. 

As a vast number of people settle into working from home due to the coronavirus, more people are looking to move a little further outside of the cramped capital to find outdoor space and fresh air. 

With country pubs, a historic highstreet and brand new shopping centre right on your doorstep, there’s not much that Oxford doesn’t have to offer. 

Here are the five most expensive homes on Zoopla right now:

£2,950,000

Six bed semi-detached house – Bardwell Road, Central North Oxford OX2

Oxford Mail:

This Victorian house was built in 1894 to a design by architect H. Quinton, original features remain throughout the property including period fireplaces and high ceilings. 

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The property is currently arranged as two flats however the house is for sale as a whole and there is the opportunity to return it to one dwelling. 

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The property is situated in the North Oxford Conservation area and is less than a mile from the city centre. 

To request a booking visit the website

£2,750,000

Six bed semi-detached house – Norham Road, Oxford OX2

Oxford Mail:

This six bed family home is situated within a highly sought after location in the centre of Oxford. 

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The Victorian property is described as boasting high ceilings & large sash windows, plus a generous plot with a great garden & ample parking.

Oxford Mail:

The kicthen, utility and pantry have the original Victorian tiled flooring. The home has remained in the same family for 50 years and as a result there are period features that have remained throughout.  

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Overall, the property has five reception rooms, six bedrooms and three bathrooms – one of which is an ensuite. 

For more information visit Zoopla

£1,100,000

Four bed terraced house – Marlborough Road, Grandpont OX1

Oxford Mail:

This mid terrace Victorian house has been completely renovated and extended to create a large home with a finished square footage of 2,185 sq ft.

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The bespoke kitchen was handmade and includes Neff applicanes.

Throughout the property a network of underfloor heating has been installed.

Oxford Mail: There are bifold doors in the open plan kitchen / dining room which lead out onto a landscaped garden.

There is also a guest suite at the bottom of the garden.  

Oxford Mail:

For more information or to make a booking visit the website

£2,750,000

Five bed semi-detached house – Leckford Road, Oxford OX2

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This property is described as an elegant town house that was constructed in 1875 but has recently been sensitively restored. 

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The accommodation is arranged over five floors, with the lower ground floor comprising a kitchen/family room with bifold doors accessing the terrace and landscaped garden.

Oxford Mail: The property has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and three reception rooms. 

The house is within the catchment area for the popular primary school
St Philip and St James and close to the Dragon, Oxford High, Leckford Place, St. Edwards and Magdalen College School.

For more information or to request a viewing, visit Zoopla

£2,750,000

Five bed terraced house – Park Town, Oxford OX2

Oxford Mail:

This Grade II listed town house has a double aspect, open plan kitchen/living/dining room on the upper-ground floor which boasts a fireplace and Aga. 

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The property boasts five bedrooms, an en-suite bathroom and two further shower rooms. 

There is also a walled garden to the rear of the home with a garden studio.

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For more information, visit Zoopla