Frequently asked questions about Woodstock, Oxfordshire
What are the most expensive streets in Woodstock, Oxfordshire?
The most expensive roads in Woodstock, Oxfordshire are
Banbury Road, Westland Way, Boundary Close, New Road, which are priced at
£625,000, £569,625, £300,000, £260,000, respectively.
What are the cheapest streets in Woodstock, Oxfordshire?
The cheapest roads in Woodstock, Oxfordshire are
New Road, Boundary Close, Park Close, which are priced at
£260,000, £300,000, £353,500, respectively.
Is Woodstock, Oxfordshire property a good investment?
The market has been falling over the last 12 months, and falling over the last 5 years. This indicates that Woodstock, Oxfordshire could be a a poor investment. Note that this does not constitute financial advice and is for informational purposes only.
What are the most expensive properties in Woodstock, Oxfordshire?
The table above shows the most expensive properties in the local area.
What schools are there in Woodstock, Oxfordshire?
Nearby schools in Woodstock, Oxfordshire include
Woodstock Church of England Primary School, Bladon Church of England Primary School, The Marlborough Church of England School, Wootton-By-Woodstock Church of England Primary School,
What stations are there in Woodstock, Oxfordshire?
Nearby stations in Woodstock, Oxfordshire include
Hanborough Station, Combe Station, Tackley Station, Islip Station, Heyford Station.
How can I get a valuation for my home?
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How much does it cost to move home?
The cost of moving home in Woodstock, Oxfordshire for buyers is on average around £1,500
and Woodstock, Oxfordshire sellers can expect to pay local estate agents an average of £0. Get a free conveyancing quote.
Are Woodstock, Oxfordshire property prices rising or falling, and how have they changed?
The area has seen a -100.0% price change in the last 1 year (with some variance over the time period), and a -100.0% change over 5 years.