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  • Address
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  • 14 Corn Street
  • Witney
  • Oxfordshire
  • OX28 6BL, UK
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  • Monday to Friday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Saturday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
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Witney Estate Agents 

Situated in the heart of the town, our Witney estate agents are perfectly placed to help you sell your property, find a new tenant, or find your new home and welcome you into the community. 

Get in touch with our local experts however suits you best. We’re in our central Witney office from 9:00am – 6:00pm Monday to Friday, and from 10:00am – to 3:00pm on Saturdays. If it’s easier to call us, you can make the most of our extended telephone opening hours during the week, from 08:30am – 8:00pm. And, of course, you can email us any time and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. 

No matter how you contact us, our experienced Witney estate agents will use their intimate local knowledge to offer you: 

  • Free, no-obligation market appraisals 
  • An extensive portfolio of residential and commercial properties 
  • Land and new homes 
  • Property management support 
  • Student lettings 
  • Expert investment and market advice  

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Areas We Cover

Curbridge, Aston, Burford, Minster Lovell, Crawley, Standlake, Ducklington, Long Hanborough, North Leigh, South Leigh, Bampton, Leafield, Freeland and Stanton Harcourt.

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  • Executive Sales Manager - Witney
  • DDI:01993 684885


  • Senior Lettings Manager - Witney
  • DDI:01993 684889
  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 14 Corn Street
  • Witney
  • Oxfordshire
  • OX28 6BL, UK
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  • Regional Director
  • DDI:01865 347772


  • Group Associate Director
  • DDI:01865 817479


  • Senior Sales Negotiator
  • DDI:01993 684960


  • Senior Lettings Negotiator
  • DDI:01993 684890


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  • Lettings Negotiator
  • DDI:01993 684891


  • Sales Negotiator
  • DDI:01993 684194
  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 14 Corn Street
  • Witney
  • Oxfordshire
  • OX28 6BL, UK
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Average Sales Property Price in Witney


Average Sales Price

In Demand

4 Bedroom properties

26 viewings in the last 7 days

Source: © Crown Copyright. Land Registry data for Jun 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.

Witney is the largest town in West Oxfordshire and enjoys a scenic location on the banks of the River Windrush. It’s often recognised as one of the best places to live in Britain, which isn’t surprising given the local amenities and historic character.

Witney Town Centre 

The town owes much of its development to a prosperous wool trade. Blankets and gloves were manufactured here and exported globally as far back as the Middle Ages. While that industry has since declined, Witney manages to preserve the rich legacy. The picturesque high street is crammed with 18th century architecture. Some of the highlights include the Town Hall, Blanket Hall and the Victorian Corn Exchange.

farmers market

While many visitors come to marvel at these historic treasures, the independent shops arguably hold more appeal to residents. A twice-weekly farmers’ market is another major attraction, and all the leading retailers can be found at the two shopping centres: Marriotts Walk and The Woolgate Centre. Coupled with the fashionable eateries, local cinema and leisure centre, Witney promises a vibrant day out.

Just a short walk from the bustling centre, the Witney Lake Country Park unfolds. This 30-hectare expanse is a wildlife haven and the perfect setting for a summer picnic. Other nearby villages offer similar appeal, with picturesque cottages overlooking rolling Cotswold countryside. Minster Lovell remains the most sought-after and is home to the impressive ruins of a manor house. These romantic locations add to the sense of exclusivity and give a wide array of property choice for those relocating to the Witney area.

Transportation in Witney 

Although Witney is no longer home to a railway station, residents have the convenience of nearby services from Combe, Hanborough or Finstock. All of these sit on the Cotswold line, connecting to Oxford in the south and many of the picturesque villages to the north.

Alternatively, for main line services across the UK, Oxford station can be reached in 22 minutes via the A40. From here, half-hourly trains depart to London, while frequent services connect to Manchester and Newcastle via Birmingham New Street.

Given the town’s proximity to the A40, those commuting by car enjoy similar convenience. This major transport link passes through Oxford before finishing at the M40. As such, London is easily reached in the south, as well as Birmingham and other cities in the north.

Things to do in Witney

There is plenty to see and do in Witney. From historic treasures to family-friendly attractions and sports clubs, here are some of the highlights:

  • Minster Lovell Hall
  • Cogges Manor Farm
  • Thames Path National Trail
  • Windrush Leisure Centre
  • Bishop’s Palace
  • Cineworld Witney
  • Witney Tennis Club
  • Witney Lakes Resort Spa
  • Bridewell Organic Gardens
  • North Leigh Roman Villa
  • The Langdale Court Shopping Centre
  • Oxford Bus Museum

Rural Life

What is Witney Like? 

Resting on the edge of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds while being within easy reach of Oxford, residents of Witney enjoy the perfect combination of market town life with a local area packed with plenty to explore. 

Ideal for someone who wants to switch the hustle and bustle of busy city life for the gentle activity of a stunning market town, Witney enjoys a charming, bustling atmosphere. A twice weekly market will delight the browsers, who can browse everything from street food to a gift for a loved one. On some days, you’ll catch the scent of malted hops in the air; Wychwood Brewery has called Witney its home since 1990. Shoppers will enjoy the abundance of independent shops and cafes, with plenty of high street names found in the Woolgate Centre. And there are plenty of green spaces for a walk, a rest, or some exercise. 

For those looking for somewhere to explore, there’s no better place to start than your hometown: the Witney Wool & Blanket Story is a fantastic guided walk through Witney itself that guides you through both the town and its history. Witney was once well-regarded for its woollen blankets, and the industry has left its mark across the town that remain decades after the last loom stopped spinning. 

When you fancy a trip further afield, you’ve got the Oxfordshire Cotswolds on your doorstep. With more than 3,000 miles of footpaths and bridleways to roam, ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows to enjoy, and plenty of English villages to explore, there’s a lifetime of experiences packed into those 800 square miles. 

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Transport Links  

Long Hanborough station connects Witney residents to both the heart of London hustle and bustle and as far west as the spa town of Malvern. 

Witney sits just off the A40, which brings you east to Oxford in just 30 minutes or to the very heart of London in just 2 hours. Head west to visit Cheltenham or Gloucester in less than an hour, or turn south to visit the cities of Bristol or Bath. venture further for a visit to the Brecon Beacons National Park in 2 hours 30 minutes. , all the way to the Welsh coast and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. 

For getting around town, Stagecoach runs a number of services in and around Witney, as well as connecting you to Oxford and nearby towns Eynsham and Carterton. 

Schools in the Area

Witney offers an excellent range of schools with a number of well-rated institutions to choose from. 

Parents of primary age children are often drawn to The Batt Church of England Primary School, Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School, and West Witney Primary School, which have been respectively rated outstanding, good, and good by Ofsted. 

Secondary school students have a tough choice between The Henry Box School and Wood Green School, both of which have been rated ‘good’ by Ofsted. The Henry Box School has a long history of teaching children that dates back to 1660. Wood Green also has an excellent reputation, with a number of students attaining A* and A grades is well above average in a number of subjects. 

For those looking for education beyond Sixth Form, the nearby Abingdon & Witney College offers a number of well-regarded courses in fields as diverse as agriculture, games development, music technology and sport. They even offer a selection of undergraduate courses such as agriculture, business, and nursing. 

And for those looking for training outside of the traditional curriculum, Witney offers a number of options, including the award-winning West Oxfordshire Academy of Performing Arts, which (amongst other things) offers singing, dance, and drama classes for children between 4 and 21 and further performing arts training for 16–21-year-olds. So there really is something for every child in Witney. 

Attractions in Witney

Given Witney’s historical involvement in the wool trade, it’s no surprise that you’ll find plenty of historical landmarks linked to the industry. 

The Witney and District Museum is a quaint little building with exhibits split over two floors. The first floor hosts the Bartlett Taylor Gallery, home to temporary exhibitions, the most recent being ‘350 Years of the Blanket Industry’. The ground floor holds the permanent collection, highlighting the evolution of Witney over the past thousand years, from blankets and gloves to the brewing industry; Witney is home to the Wychwood Brewery, after all. 

The Witney Blanket Hall was the heart of Witney’s blanket trade, where every blanket woven in the town was brought to be weighed and measured. These days, it promises “woollen blankets & throws, coffee, pies, beer, and assemblies”; a combination of local history, woollen retail, an incredible pie shop and a venue for hire. 

Cogges Manor Farm is a farm like no other. Children will love seeing and interacting with the animals, as well as seeing the working farm in action. The historic Manor House and farm buildings are open to visitors, telling the history of farming as well as giving you an opportunity to step into Downton Abbey itself; the farm served as a filming location for the series’ Yew Tree Farm. Speaking of entertainment, the farm is more than just a set; you can also visit to enjoy stage productions such as A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Pirates of Penzance. 

And, of course, residents of Witney sit on the very edge of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. 800 square miles of ancient woodlands, market towns, footpaths and bridleways mean you have plenty of countryside to explore. When you want a less rural day, towns such as Cheltenham, Cirencester, Tewkesbury, and Stroud are prime destinations for exploration. 

Bars, Restaurants and Nightlife 

Witney has a huge variety of places where you can drink, eat, and enjoy yourself. 

The Bird in Hand Inn is the most highly-rated venue in Witney. Originally constructed in the 17th Century, it’s been entirely renovated using period features, such as Cotswold stone and heavy wooden beams. This creates a cosy bar for those looking for somewhere to drink with that Cotswold charm. The Bird in Hand also runs a large restaurant serving delicious food, with a menu that features classic English dishes with all the best influences from abroad. The Inn also features sixteen delightful “en-suite” bedrooms set apart from the bar and restaurant to ensure a quiet night’s sleep; perfect for visitors. 

There are plenty of cafes in Witney, but Eden Cafe might be the best. Serving vegan and (mostly) gluten free food and beverages, the owners are dedicated to maintaining strong eco credentials and taking an ethical approach to creating high-quality food and drink. 

There might not be any nightclubs in Witney, but Fat Lil’s Bar & Grill is an excellent alternative. Aside from serving delicious, authentic street food and incredible cocktails, it also hosts regular live music events with after parties that stretch into the small hours. Tribute acts and cover bands deliver fantastic performances of beloved hits that make for an unforgettable night. 

Leisure Centres and Outdoor Activities 

If you’re looking to stay active, get fit, or relax, there are plenty of ways to do so in Witney. 

Windrush Leisure Centre offers a gym with over 125 stations. There’s also a 6-lane swimming pool and a separate teaching pool, a studio for the numerous fitness classes, as well as a soft play area and a 4-court sports hall. 

If you’re looking for fitness classes, She’s Active offers fitness for women with bump, baby, and beyond. Whether you’re a mother, an expectant mother, or not a mother at all, She’s Active helps women regain, maintain, and improve their fitness levels while having fun.  

If you want a space where you can both exercise and relax, the luxurious Richmond Villages Witney Wellness Spa is the perfect destination. Featuring a gym with specialised equipment for the over-50s, the spa also offers treatment rooms, a hair salon and nail bar, a sauna, steam room, experience showers, and a 16-metre swimming pool. More than enough to leave you feeling good about your visit. 

Golf enthusiasts will love Witney Lakes, which boasts an 18-hole championship course, as well as a 24-bay driving range. If you’re looking to improve your swing, you can get tuition no matter how good your game is. There’s also an indoor swimming pool, a spacious gym, and a relaxing wet spa if you don’t want to golf, or if your group wants to enjoy different activities! 

History of Witney

Witney is a town steeped in history. The earliest records suggest a settlement thrived here in AD 969, and Roman ruins have been uncovered in the area. Although little is known of this time, the Domesday survey of 1066 gave an insight into the agricultural-based economy of Witney during the Middle Ages.

It began with two mills for grinding corn and would later develop into the prosperous wool industry that put Witney on the map. In the early 1800s, the town had five working mills that produced world-renowned blankets and gloves. These were once exported as far as America, often exchanged for furs and other native produce.

This roaring trade would slowly decline with the onset of the 20th century. Early’s factory was one of the leading manufacturers, and the last blanket maker to close in 2002. Thankfully, this rich heritage is kept alive at the Cogges Manor Farm museum, where visitors can learn more about the influential woollen trade.


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