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New Oxford Flatshare
Very large double room available 7th Feb in a clean and spacious four bedroom semi-detached house on Coolidge Close. Fully furnished with shared bathroom. The house is just off Gir...
Fully furnished Single Room available for STUDENT in a shared house with 3 males aged 20. Bathroom with toilets on the first floor in front of the room. Kitchen well equiped wit...
I am looking for someone to take my room in a 2 - bed flat-share from the 1st March. It is a good sized double room with large wardrobe and a self - contained en suite bathroom. Th...
Two good double room full furnished near BMW Plant.One is en suite, Available immediately ,sociable and friendly.one £400 and ensuite 550PMC all INC elec, gas, council tax, broadb...
Good size single room in the BRILLIANT location of St. Clements, just 5 min walk to Oxford City Centre. This is a student house share with really good house mates. Large living ro...
Double room available in lovely, clean, well maintained Central Abingdon townhouse for Monday to Friday rental. This would ideally suit someone working in the area during the we...
Studio flat coming available on Abingdon Road, Grandpont. The flat has been newly refurbished with a new bathroom and kitchen. Offered fully furnished and in a highly sought after ...
New Oxford Flatmate
Lais - 53
I am looking for a room (ideally double) with en-suite facilities and sharing the kitchen for 3 months....
Greg - 34
Hello, I'm looking for a room for a few months while I sort out a visa to the USA, and I'm working 5 days a week in retail in the city centre at the moment. I'm easy to get al...
Andre - 26
Hello! I'm Andre from Portugal. I just moved to the UK and I am a 26yo research engineer working on Oxford Science Park near the stadium. I'm looking for a 1 bed house share bet...
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Rooms to rent in Oxford
The good news about roomshare in the historic university city of Oxford is that it has been an integral part of life for both students and townspeople for hundreds of years. The bad news is that after London, Oxford is one of the most expensive cities in the whole of the UK. This is due to the massive demand created by Oxford University, Oxford Brookes University and numerous language schools, combined with its close proximity to the capital which makes Oxford a popular base for professionals to commute to work.
Oxford is a relatively small city which makes travelling between areas quite easy; either by bus, taxi or bicycle. To the north, Brookes students look for accommodation in Headington and to the east, the Cowley and Iffley roads have long been location of choice for students and townspeople alike. Rooms in Summertown and Jericho are much sought after by working professionals and as a result are by far the most expensive areas in the city.
The facts and figures
- Average monthly room rental: £433
- Average time to find a room: 32 days
- Average time to let a room: 35 days
- Professionals renting rooms: 71%
- Students renting rooms: 29%