Abingdon Area Guide

Abingdon-on-Thames is a quaint, bustling market town situated a mere 20 minutes away from Oxford, with history dating back to the Saxon era, Abingdon-On-Thames is a rare gem.

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Living in Abingdon

Abingdon offers the widest variety of opportunity for the residents who choose to live here, ranging from one beds for a single professional looking to be closer to work, or large families looking for their ideal home to settle for a longer term. With links to the A34 on either end of Abingdon this is perfect for those who need to commute to Oxford, London and Reading. With the science park in Culham and the railway station in Radley Abingdon attracts a wide variety of residents.

Learning in Abingdon

Schooling and learning facilities are usually a huge attraction when it comes to finding the perfect place to live for families, Abingdon benefits from a rich variety of Schools ranging from Public to Private, and facilities which cater for all. With excellent Primary Schools such as Rush Common, Dunmore, St Nicholas and many more based all over the town this provides comfort for families knowing you are not restricted to particular areas. Abingdon is home to the famous Abingdon School which is well known for the quality of education and facilities available for all of their students. With three further Secondary Schools such as Fitzharrys, John Mason and Larkmead, famailies get comfort knowing the area provides plenty of opportunity. Abingdon is also home to the Abingdon and Witney College, offering a wide variety of courses and high quality teaching this provides young adults with the perfect platform to launch themselves into university or provide them with the tools to start their working life.

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Relaxing in in Abingdon

Abingdon holds a wide variety of options when it comes to cuisine and shops alike, ranging from a stone baked pizza while sat by the river Thames, to Lebanese food in the heart of the town centre. Abingdon also holds a variety of walking routes available, using such areas as Albert Park, the abbey meadows and Radley College. If walking is not for you then the wide range of sports and fitness facilities may be what you are looking for, based off Audlett Drive the White Horse Leisure and Tennis Centre has a variety of memberships available to suit the wide range of hobbies to take up. These would include Gym, Badminton, Swimming, Tennis, Basketball and many more.

Highlight of Abingdon

With all the attractions this stunning town has to offer, one in particular would be the market run in the town centre, offering home grown produce and goods really brings a togetherness to the community. Giving you the chance to meet the locals and sample some of the best goods which your standard supermarket couldn’t provide Abingdon is simply one of a kind, and the perfect fresh start if you are new to the area.

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Local View

I have lived in Abingdon for several years. And when the chance came up to rent in the area I jumped at the chance. As a professional person I love Abingdon. It has great transportinks with several rail stations and sits near to the A34. Its only a short hop to Oxford or Didcot for work or the shops. Abingdon is an active town centre with a great market on a Monday. It has some great shops and for me as an active person great gym facilities. Its setting by the river is great. For both walking and running. A fantastic leisure centre with a great swimming pool. At night Abingdon has some great pubs and fantastic restaurants for all tastes. I have found Abingdon a great place to live, it is a quiet but yet actice place to live. You can choose a quiet spot to sit and take it all in. Or enjoy the many facilities it has to offer. Mark Allmond

David Gilson

Lettings Director

David Gilson

Lettings Director