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  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 5 St Martin's Street
  • Wallingford
  • Oxfordshire
  • OX10 0AL, UK
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Marc Williams

Regional Director, Wallingford Branch

Sam Hinton

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, Wallingford Branch

  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 5 St Martin's Street
  • Wallingford
  • Oxfordshire
  • OX10 0AL, UK
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Wallingford is a Thames-side town that blends historic charm with modern amenities. At its market centre, a vibrant mix of independent retailers can be found alongside pavement cafes and antique shops. Other local treasures include the weekly and monthly markets, and The Corn Exchange theatre.

For newcomers to the area, the town is made even more appealing given the beauty of its surrounding greenery. Wallingford’s quintessential English countryside was made famous by the TV series Midsomer Murders, which was filmed here.

Estate agents in Wallingford
Market Place in Wallingford

Situated on the Thames Path and close to the Ridgeway, these scenic open spaces are best explored on foot. Many visitors come to walk the Agatha Christie Trail, which stops at the writer’s former house and final resting place in Cholsey. The Wallingford Castle Meadows is another tourist trap, not to mention the outdoor heated pool that sits adjacent to Wallingford Bridge. Both are just as popular with residents, especially during the summer months.

While there are few reasons to leave Wallingford, those commuting have impressive transport links nearby connecting to Oxford and central London. Coupled with local schools and an abundance of property types, this area attracts a diverse population of both young and old.


Transportation in Wallingford

The closest train station is two miles south of Wallingford in the picturesque village of Cholsey. Frequent services travel between here and London Paddington, as well as Reading and Oxford. Other major services can be found at Didcot Parkway, which is just a 12-minute drive away. From here, trains connect to the capital, the West Country and Wales.

Wallingford is surrounded by the M40, M4 and A34. This offers convenience for those travelling by car: central Oxford can be reached in 33 minutes, and Reading in 24 minutes. Heathrow is the closest international airport, taking approximately 46 minutes via the M40.

Wallingford town centre
Wallingford runs several markets, selling everything from local produce to homemade crafts


Primary and secondary schools in Wallingford

Wallingford School, the area’s main secondary school, is judged ‘good’ by government watchdog Ofsted. It’s a popular choice for parents given the excellent A level results and impressive facilities. As a Sports Specialist College, it encourages active development, with an exciting roster of extra-curricular activities. Its Special Education Needs department is also highly renowned, with dedicated staff to help individual students.

Many of the local primaries and infant schools feed into Wallingford School. These offer similar appeal, with many judged ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’. The most desirable include Fir Tree Junior School, St John’s Primary School, and St Nicholas CE Infants’ School and Foundation Stage Unit.

Those embarking on higher education have the convenience of nearby Abingdon & Witney College. A range of courses for the young adult includes first degrees, apprenticeships and adult learning. The college is just a 21-minute drive from Wallingford.


History of Wallingford

The ruins of Wallingford Castle provide an insight into the area’s regal past. This stronghold shaped the town’s history for over 600 years, when royal opulence gave way to civil unrest, leading to its eventual demise during the Black Death. Although little remains of the castle, the surrounding gardens are still enjoyed by visitors and residents alike.

Following the castle’s demolition, Wallingford became better known for its market town character. Thanks to its proximity to the Thames, the area prospered during the Middle Ages as a trading destination. Several weekly markets keep that heritage alive today, allowing residents to buy everything from hand-crafted goods to locally sourced produce.

River Thames in Wallingford
Wallingford Bridge, a medieval bridge over the River Thames


Things to do in Wallingford

Whether it’s the outdoor pursuits, historic treasures or family-friendly fun, Wallingford boasts an exciting mix of attractions. Here are just a few of the highlights:

  • Wallingford Castle
  • The Corn Exchange
  • St Mary the Virgin Church
  • Charter Market
  • Brightwell Vineyard
  • Cholsey Tennis Club
  • Island Farm Donkey Sanctuary
  • The Springs Gold Club
  • Wallingford Sports Park
  • Wallingford Museum
  • Cholsey-Wallingford Railway
  • Farmers’ Market


How to get to Wallingford

  • By road: Wallingford can be reached from the north by taking Junction 9 of the M40 before continuing on the A34 and turning onto the A4074. Alternatively, those travelling from the south should exit at Junction 6 of the M40. After following signs for the A4074 and then the 4130, Wallingford is clearly signposted.
  • By rail: At the nearby Cholsey station, frequent services connect to London Paddington, Oxford and other nearby towns.

At Chancellors, we love getting involved in the communities in which we work. We are thrilled that we have the opportunity to once again sponsor the amazing event of Walk for Wards held by NHS Charity, Royal Berks Charity.


Join the Walk for Wards Event 2022 on Sunday 25th September at a new location 


Royal Berks Charity have announced the launch of their 2022 Walk for Wards event at Mapledurham House. After a successful event at Dinton Pastures Country Park last September, the Royal Berks Charity decided it was time for a move.

Regional Director, Malcolm Cowie commented on the continued partnership: “We at Chancellors are delighted to work with the NHS to sponsor this fantastic annual event. Having been involved in last year’s event, we are very excited to see Walk for Wards grow in size and to be able to help raise even more funds for such a worthy cause.”

As an NHS charity, the Royal Berks Charity relies on their supporters to help fund their work. This means that what they do is only possible thanks to the generosity and support of people from local communities. From state-of-the-art equipment to pioneering and innovative delivery of care, every donation raised supports the incredible NHS staff at our hospitals and enhances the level of care that they provide to thousands of patients and their families every year.

Martin Butler, Community Fundraising Manager for the charity, said: “Having walked around the new routes on the estate last week, we are really excited for people to join us in September.

“The event starts and finishes at the front of the beautiful Mapledurham House. We are inviting participants to bring a picnic to enjoy in the grounds after the walk – there might even be a few onsite goodies!” 


There are two routes on offer, a 5km and a 10km, both with stunning views across the river Thames and the Mapledurham Estate. Due to the nature of the terrain the routes are, unfortunately, not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs, however dogs on leads are welcome. 

Tickets are priced as follows:

 5km £7.00

 10km £10.00

 Children under 5 and dogs are free of charge


This is an extremely popular event so it’s best to sign up for tickets early to avoid disappointment.

 Royal Berks Charity, Walk for Wards 2022

 Mapledurham House

 Sunday 25th September


Want to fundraise? If you raise over £50 you will receive an RBC branded t-shirt. Alternatively, these will also be on sale on the day.

If you have any questions about the event, please get in touch with events@royalberkshire.nhs.uk and there will be a friendly team of fundraisers to support you.

About Royal Berks Charity

At the Royal Berks Charity, we pride ourselves on being able to help improve and enhance the experience of our patients and staff across our sites. Because of our supporters, we are able to support new projects in a way that government funding wouldn’t allow. From purchasing the latest cutting-edge equipment to helping us ensure our staff receive the support they need to do the best job possible.

Do You Need an Estate Agent in Wallingford?

If you are thinking about buyingselling or renting in the Wallingford area, Chancellors estate agents are here to provide you with any guidance you may need. Having opened our doors in Wallingford in 1982, we have vast experience in the housing market in Wallingford and throughout the Oxfordshire area. 

Our branch is located in the town centre on St Martin’s Street, perfectly situated for you to begin your property search in Wallingford. If you would prefer, you can always reach our Wallingford team by phone or email too, and you can expect the same outstanding service Chancellors have become known for. 

What Services Do Your Estate Agents in Wallingford Offer?

We offer a wide range of services to help those interested in buying or selling in Wallingford. Chancellors is dedicated to providing a service of the very highest calibre. 

Our services include: 

  • Free, no-obligation market appraisals 
  • An extensive portfolio of residential and commercial properties, land and new homes for your consideration 
  • Property management support 
  • Expert investment and market advice 

Which Areas Do You Cover in the Local Area?

Chancellors operate in the nearby areas around Wallingford, as well as throughout South Oxfordshire. In fact, we are one of the most active estate agents in the whole of Oxfordshire. 

The areas our estate agents cover around Wallingford include: 

  • Shillingford 
  • Checkendon 
  • Moulsford 
  • Ewelme 
  • Crowmarsh 
  • Gifford 
  • Goring-on-Thames 
  • Stadhampton 
  • Chalgrove 
  • Cholsey 
  • Dorchester-on-Thames 
  • Brightwell-cum-Sotwell 
  • Berinsfield 
  • Watlington 
  • Woodcote 
  • Stretley 
  • Pangbourne 
  • Ipsden 
  • North Stoke 
  • South Stoke 
  • Benson 
  • Shillingford 
  • Warborough 
  • Roke 
  • Britwell Salome 
  • Brightwell Baldwin 
  • Drayton St Leonard 

What is Wallingford Like?

Wallingford is a historic market town that sits between Oxford and Reading on the River Thames. A town steeped in history, Wallingford has plenty to offer. Antique stores, independent shops and a fabulous selection of restaurants, pubs, cafes and tea rooms alike, Wallingford charms many a visitor.   

This quintessential English market town has an air of independence, exemplified through the unique shops, centred around the pedestrianised St Mary’s Street. The Lamb Arcade is particularly noteworthy, home to antique dealers selling an assortment of items including furniture, jewellery and oriental rugs. 

The market place, dating from Saxon times, hosts four very popular markets that are usually held on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Fresh fruit and vegetables as well as a variety of unique crafts and gifts can be found here.  

Oxford city centre and Reading can be reached in around 30 minutes by car and slightly longer by bus from Wallingford. Historic and truly outstanding English countryside is not far away too, with Wallingford being only a short distance from the Ridgeway.  

Wallingford is an ideal location for those looking to live in a town with history, character, outdoor opportunities and plenty to keep you entertained. In fact, Wallingford was recently voted as one of the top countryside locations to relocate to in all of England and Wales. 

Here at Chancellors, we have a number of wonderful properties available for viewing in Wallingford and the surrounding areas. From charming old farm houses, to spacious residential homes and new-build apartments, our portfolio of Wallingford properties is extensive.  


To find out more about the properties we have available for viewing, please do not hesitate to contact us. 


Why Should I Choose Chancellors Estate Agents in Wallingford?

With well over thirty years of experience in the area, Chancellors estate agents has extensive knowledge of the Wallingford area and the intricacies of the housing market here. The guidance and support which we can offer those looking to buy property in Wallingford may prove to be invaluable in getting the deal over the line. 

We will take the time to understand your requirements, whether you are looking to buy, sell or rent in Wallingford. We also believe that it is our mission to provide the very best support to each and every one of our clients to help them reach the outcome they are looking for. 

If you are in the market for a property in Wallingford and the surrounding areas, whether that is as a buyer or a renter, we would be delighted to take your call. We are confident in saying that we will have suitable properties in our portfolio for your consideration.