About our Headington Office
One of our flagship branches, Headington is a one-stop shop for all property matters. The office employs over 15 staff in a host of roles including sales, lettings, mortgage advice, refurbishment and investment. Jonathan Pincott BA MARLA is the Associate Director overseeing Headington Lettings. With over eight years' experience in lettings for Chancellors, Jonathan has an in-depth knowledge of the property industry, and specifically the Oxford market. Jonathan Seabert BA (Hons) ANAEA is the Sales Manager for Headington. Jonathan joined Chancellors in 2005 having completed a degree in Town & Country Planning at Oxford Brookes. He is a Headington resident and has exceptional local knowledge and expertise.
We offer the following services:
- Residential property sales and lettings
- Student lettings
- Commercial property sales and lettings
- Property management
- Property investment and market advice
Headington, Old Headington, Headington Quarry, Marston, Old Marston, Old Marston Village, Risinghurst, Sandhills, Wheatley, surrounding villages, OX3, OX33, OX44 & HP18.
Headington is the largest and most vibrant suburb of Oxford populated by a transient community that takes advantage of its many facilities; local parks, transport links and cycle paths to the city. The majority of Headington's property is made up of Victorian and 1930s semi-detached homes and modern apartments. A large portion of the population is an eclectic mix of industry-leading academics and medics from all over the world.
The John Radcliffe Hospital is a large local employer that has worldwide fame, backed up by the more specialist Nuffield, Churchill & Warneford Hospitals and the recently completed Manor Hospital. Cowley Car Works has led to rapid growth in the Headington area and since BMW took over with MINI, continues to do so.
Oxford has a number of great parks - Bury Knowle Park is a beautiful park with a library, play area, mini golf, tennis courts and other entertainment. South Park on Headington Hill, the largest park in Oxford City, is a favourite location for photographers with views of the city centre. Shotover Country Park covers 117 hectares of countryside and is a perfect spot for walks and picnics.
Oxford is home to a wide range of schools. Renowned for academia, Oxford and Headington in particular offer exceptional schooling in the primary, secondary and independent sectors; Headington School for girls, Windmill Primary, St Andrew's Primary, Cherwell Primary, Cheney, Rye St. Anthony as well as Oxford Brookes University - one of the UK's leading universities.
How to get here
By road: Take Junction 8A of the M40 and follow the A40 to Headington. From the south, take the A34 then A423 to Headington. Oxford Tube has coaches running from London, Lewknor and Hillingdon.
By rail: Oxford Railway Station operates services from Birmingham and the West with a direct line from London Paddington. There are also regular services from Didcot and Bicester.