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  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 255 Banbury Road
  • Summertown
  • Oxford
  • OX2 7HN, UK
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  • Monday to Friday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Saturday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
  • Sunday: Closed
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Summertown Estate Agents 

Chancellors estate agents in Summertown opened back in 1983. With well over thirty years of experience in the housing market of Summertown and beyond, our estate agents are perfectly placed to provide expert guidance and knowledge of the area. 

Whether you are looking to buysell or rent property in Summertown, Chancellors is here to support you every step of the way. 

Situated on Banbury Road in North Oxford, our experienced estate agents are at hand to answer any queries and questions you might have about the Summertown property market. 

Our office branch is open six days a week, from Monday to Saturday. Chancellors offer free, no-obligation market appraisals to help you gain an understanding of how much your property might be worth in the current local market. 

We have an extensive portfolio of residential and commercial properties, land and new homes for your consideration. Chancellors also provide property management support and expert investment and market advice. 

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Areas We Cover

North Oxford, Wolvercote, Jericho, Bonn Square, Gloucester Green, Park Town, Sunnymead, Cutteslowe, The Waterways, Empress Court, Rowland Hill Court and Wolvercote

  • North Oxford
  • Wolvercote
  • Jericho
  • Bonn Square
  • Gloucester Green
  • Park Town
  • Sunnymead
  • Cutteslowe
  • The Waterways
  • Empress Court
  • Rowland Hill Court
  • Wolvercote
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  • Group Associate Director
  • DDI:01865 817256


  • Senior Lettings Manager
  • DDI:01865 306693
  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 255 Banbury Road
  • Summertown
  • Oxford
  • OX2 7HN, UK
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  • Group Associate Director
  • DDI:01865 817479


  • Sales Client Manager
  • DDI:01865 306694


  • Lettings Client Manager
  • DDI:01865 306696


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  • DDI:01865 306695
  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 255 Banbury Road
  • Summertown
  • Oxford
  • OX2 7HN, UK
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Average Sales Property Price in Summertown


Average Sales Price

In Demand

4 Bedroom properties

20 viewings in the last 7 days

Source: © Crown Copyright. Land Registry data for Jul 2024 Our data is based on instructions and successful completions in the area. To find out more information on specific transactions please contact our team.

Summertown is an exclusive suburb of North Oxford boasting a lively shopping scene and some of the most attractive properties in the city. Despite its compact size, the area more than competes with the nearby attractions of Oxford. All of the high street retailers can be found on Banbury Road which is home to an exciting mix of stylish eateries, boutiques and pavement cafés.

Given the short distance to Oxford city centre, Summertown promises excellent transport links for those commuting. The Oxford Parkway Station offers direct services to London Marylebone, reaching the capital in just under an hour.

While Summertown is well-known for the abundance of period properties, many newcomers are attracted by the scenic open spaces. The River Cherwell meanders nearby and the University parks are only a stone’s throw away. Leisure attractions are just as desirable for the active individual. Aside from the sports and swimming facilities of Ferry Leisure Centre, residents can make use of a renowned tennis club and 100-year old golf course.

Summertown’s population is diverse, ranging from the young professional to academics and retirees. It’s sought- after catchment area also gives reassurance for families relocating to this suburb. An impressive choice of both state and private schools can be found in and around Summertown.

Transportation in Summertown 

Despite being far removed from the hectic streets of Oxford, residents can still make use of the city’s transportation links. This includes Oxford Parkway Station which is situated only 10minutes’drive from Summertown. From here, trains connect to London Marylebone every half an hour with a journey time of just under an hour. For those commuting locally, stops also include Bicester Village, High Wycombe and Islip.

Alternatively, Oxford railway station is also within easy reach – only 12 minutes’ drive without traffic. As well as the direct service to Marylebone, trains depart to Newcastle and Manchester Piccadilly, stopping at Birmingham New Street.

Summertown’s position adjacent to the A40 provides a quick commute for those travelling by car. It links to the M40 motorway, providing convenient access to London in the south and Birmingham in the north. Heathrow Airport is also situated within a 45-minute drive without traffic.

Things to do in Summertown 

Those fortunate enough to live in Summertown enjoy a vibrant mix of local attractions, coupled with the endless array of things to do in nearby Oxford. Here are some of the main places of interest in and around the area:

  • North Oxford Golf Club
  • Cutteslowe Park and Miniature Railway
  • The Turrill Sculpture Garden
  • North Oxford Lawn Tennis Club
  • Bodleian Library
  • Pitt Rivers Museum
  • The University of Oxford Botanic Garden
  • Phoenix Picturehouse
  • Summertown Farmers’ Market
  • Port Meadow
  • Ferry Leisure Centre
  • Alexandra Park

What is Summertown Like? 

Summertown is an increasingly desirable area of Oxford, particularly for young families. Whilst it may not be the most happening place in Oxford, Summertown will appeal to those partial to a quieter way of life in a prosperous area.

Summertown sits about a mile and a half from Oxford city centre and can be reached by Banbury Road or Woodstock Road. On both sides of Banbury road, you will find Summertown’s most popular shops.

Oxford city centre is just a 20-minute bus ride away. By car, you can reach the centre of Oxford in as little as 10 minutes on a good day.

Award-winning boutiques, outstanding schools and a number of fantastic restaurants are all on offer in this highly sought-after area of Oxford. For those keen on the great outdoors, wonderful open countryside is within easy reach too.

Summertown is home to some of the most highly regarded private and state schools in the whole of the UK, including St Clare’s, Summer Fields and Cherwell School.

Schools in the Area

Summertown is home to an excellent choice of schools, not to mention the nearby universities and colleges of Oxford. At the primary level, a range of local schools have been judged ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by the government watchdog, Ofsted. These include SS Philip and James’, Cutteslowe Primary and Oxford High School Junior Department.

Cherwell School is the county secondary school and caters to pupils aged 11 to 18. Boasting ‘academy’ status, this continually ranks amongst the top schools of Oxford with a sixth form that’s been judged ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Alternatively, parents have a wide choice of private schools. Some of the most renowned include St Edward’s – a coeducational offering boarding facilities – and the popular Summer Fields School which is a preparatory for boys aged 7 to 13.

History of Summertown 

Throughout much of its history, Summertown was little more than a quaint settlement in the shadow of burgeoning Oxford. Development was slow during those early years where an inn – known as Diamond Hall – was the only notable building of the area. An infamous hangout for highwaymen, this was later converted in to cottages which still exist today.

It wasn’t until the second half of the 19th century that Summertown gained in size and popularity. Newly built houses replaced farmland to serve the growing university populations and local tradesmen. After a decision to extend the boundaries of Oxford City to include Summertown in 1929, more development was to follow and infrastructure improved. Despite losing its rural status as it transitioned into a city suburb, the village atmosphere remained thanks to its welcoming community and vibrant shopping district.

Mamma Mia Restaurant

Mamma Mia in Summertown has just moved to its new home on South Parade. Established in 1981, this restaurant serves fresh & delicious Italian food for all ages, so why not pop in and try it for yourselves?


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