About our Kidlington Office
Chancellors Kidlington office is conveniently located on the High Street in the centre of the village and has been newly refurbished. Our friendly and knowledgeable team are on hand to offer free, no obligation advice on all aspects of the property market. The award-winning team, led by Branch Manager, Nicholas Sampson, have been instrumental in delivering a high level of customer service with an unrivalled internet presence, cyber marketing property alerts and a quick and efficient service to sellers, buyers, landlords and tenants alike.
We offer the following services:
- Residential property sales and lettings
- Commercial property sales and lettings
- Property management
- Property investment and market advice
Kidlington and the surrounding villages of Yarnton, Begbroke, Islip and Bletchingdon.
Kidlington is a large village located between the River Cherwell and the Oxford Canal. It is 5 miles north of Oxford and 7.5 miles south west of Bicester. The Church of St. Mary the Virgin is a Grade I listed building located in Church Street, dating from circa 1220 with fine medieval stained glass and a 220 foot spire which is known as 'Our Lady's Needle'. The settlement was listed in the Domesday Book and grew from an ancient village close to the church. In the 20th century Kidlington grew to be a contender for largest village in England with a population of over 17,000.
Kidlington now has approximately fifty shops including three supermarkets, banks and building societies, a public library, a large village hall, dentist, health centre and weekly market. There are seven public houses, three cafes and four restaurants. The village is home to the headquarters of the Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service and Thames Valley Police, as well as the UK head office of European publishing company Elsevier. Oxford Airport, which was renamed London Oxford Airport in 2009, has been in Kidlington since the early 1960s.
The village has four primary schools - Edward Feild, St Thomas More, North Kidlington and West Kidlington. Gosford Hill Secondary School in Kidlington has a good reputation.
How to get here
By road: Take Junction 9 of the M40 then the A34 to Kidlington. There is also easy access from the A40 and A44 to the village. Kidlington is well placed for easy access to and from the centre of Oxford with a frequent 24-hour bus service.
By rail: Islip is the nearest train station providing services from Oxford, Bicester, London Paddington and Birmingham.