Property Prices by Road in Oxford
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Information about Oxford, Buckinghamshire:
Oxford is a city in Oxfordshire, with a population of 154,600. It is the county town of Oxfordshire and is home to the University of Oxford, which is the oldest university in the English-speaking world.
Sites of interest include the Bodleian Library, which is the main research library of the University of Oxford and holds over 12 million items. It is the second-largest library in the United Kingdom (after the British Library). The Ashmolean Museum was the world's first university museum and is the oldest museum in the United Kingdom. Other museums include the Pitt Rivers Museum, the University Museum of Natural History, the Museum of the History of Science, the Museum of Oxford, Modern Art Oxford and The Story Museum. Radcliffe Observatory is a Grade I listed building and was formerly the university's astronomical observatory.
Other attractions include Oxford Castle, which is a ruined eleventh-century castle in the city. The Sheldonian Theatre was constructed during the 1660s and is used for concerts, lectures and university ceremonies. The city has several theatres, including Oxford Playhouse, New Theatre and Old Fire Station Theatre. Oxford has several shopping centres, including the Clarendon Centre and the Westgate Centre. Oxford also has several parks and gardens, including University of Oxford Botanic Garden, which is the oldest botanic garden in the United Kingdom and was founded in 1621. Oxford University Parks covers an area of 74 acres.
Oxford has several primary and secondary schools. The University of Oxford was established during the twelfth-century and is comprised of 38 constituent colleges and a number of academic departments. The University of Oxford is regularly ranked among the world's top ten universities. Oxford University Press is a department of the university, and is the world's largest university press. It was founded in 1586. Oxford Brookes University gained university status in 1992 and has an enrolment of 17,805 students. Ruskin College is an educational institution in the city and was established in 1899.
There are facilities for sports including football, rugby, cricket, hockey, rowing and ice hockey. Oxford United F.C. play their home games at Kassam Stadium, which has a capacity of 12,500.
Oxford railway station offers services to destinations including Basingstoke, Reading, Banbury, London, Southampton and Bournemouth. There are bus services in operation in the city. There are park and ride car parks in the city.
Below is a list of all the roads in Oxford, together with information on the average sale price for properties in that road (timescales referenced are at the bottom of the page).
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