About our Banbury Office
We are located within a stone's throw from the famous Banbury Cross monument and have a combined experience of over 30 years of Banbury property rentals and sales. The sales and lettings teams are passionate about property and want to achieve the very best for you. From chocolate box cottages in the Cotswolds and luxury apartments in town to renovations and new builds, the Banbury Chancellors branch can help you to find houses for sale in this popular Oxfordshire region.
We offer the following services:
- Free, no-obligation market appraisal in Banbury - find out how we achieve the best price or rental for your property when selling or letting
- Residential property sales and lettings
- Commercial property sales and lettings
- Property management
- Property investment and market advice
Banbury and as far north as Woodford Halse and as far south as Duns Tew, and incorporating all villages to the east and west too.
Banbury is a market town in northern Oxfordshire located on the River Cherwell. It is 64 miles north west of London and 21 miles north of Oxford. The urban area, including surrounding parishes, has a population of around 45,000. The town of Banbury is on the edge of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds and has been a busy market town for centuries. Despite much redevelopment, it still has a few old alleys and quiet corners to enjoy. Two of Banbury's famous inns remain; Ye Olde Reindeer Inn in Parson Street and the large 17th century Whately Hall Hotel in the Horse Fair. Banbury is a significant commercial and retail centre. The shopping centre, Castle Quay, is one of the largest in the region with over 70 shops and cafes. Tooley's Boatyard has a working forge, operational dry-dock and collection of antique equipment for repairing wooden narrow boats. It hosts an annual family canal day where narrow boats from all over the country converge in celebration.
Banbury has over 30 primary schools and a choice of secondary schools including the state schools of Banbury Academy, Chenderit School and The Warriner School and independent school, Bloxham School.
How to get here
By road: From London or Birmingham take Junction 11 of the M40 and follow the A422 into Banbury.
By rail: Banbury is on the Chiltern main line with trains from London Marylebone, Birmingham and Warwick. There are also services from Oxford, Reading and London Paddington.
- Banbury Council
- Banbury Academy School
- Chenderit School
- The Warriner School
- Bloxham School
- Banbury Guardian
- What's on in Banbury?
- Banbury Webcam
- Banbury Utd Football Club
- Banbury Rugby Club
- Banbury Sailing Club
- Ye Olde Reindeer Inn
- Whately Hall Hotel
We are proud to be linked with a local secondary school, Banbury Academy.