Student Accommodation Oxford

The city of Oxford offers a unique student living experience. World renowned as a centre for learning and research yet offering all the conveniences of a modern city in a stunning setting. The University of Oxford is the home of pioneering discoveries and creations, yet bursting with heritage and historical charm.

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Homes for Students offer a range of student aqccommodation properties conveniently located within the heart of Oxford and all within walking distance of the city centre and the university.

Cambridge Terrace is a stylishly modern building which has been refurbished to the highest standards, and offers a range of studios and two-bedroom apartments. The dedicated hospitality team are available to assist you with any queries you may have.

For those wanting to live within the heart of the historical conservation centre, St Aldates is a contemporary, purpose built development offering quality en-suite rooms over 3 floors. The property is close to the river Thames and just a 12 minute walk from the University of Oxford.

St Ebbes is located in the heart of city’s shopping district, and is ideal for those seeking a wide variety of shops, cafés and bars on the door step. The property features en-suite bedrooms as well as shared common rooms, laundry facilities and kitchens on every floor.

All our properties benefit from a CCTV system and a secure key fob door entry system for added peace of mind.

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As one of the premier university cities in the world, Oxford is a very special place to live while you study. Cambridge Terrace places you at the heart of the city and within easy reach of excellent transport links. Oxford train station is just a short 15 minute walk from Cambridge Terrace where you can jump on the train to London for the day.

Oxford has a huge range of shops from big high street names to quirky, independent boutiques and vintage markets. The covered market offers the very best in local food, drink and crafts. 

When eating out in Oxford, you are spoiled for choice. The city is a global and multicultural city in an intimate setting; In addition to a popular cafe scene, there is a range of top end restaurants, street food and ethnic cuisine from around the world. For those who enjoy cooking, Oxford’s regular farmer’s markets provide high quality, local produce.

Oxford’s nightlife is as exciting as it is varied. There is a wide selection of bars, clubs, pubs, cinemas, live music venues and theatres within walking distance, for those memorable university nights.

Few cities rival Oxford for historical or cultural venues, such as The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum.

And when you want to escape the hustle and bustle, there are plenty of green spaces on your doorstep to go for a run, cycle or relax on a sunny day. Christ Church Meadow is a large, triangular shaped flood meadow located along the banks of the river and offering a perfect spot to watch rowers going by. The Botanical Gardens were established 400 years ago and are free for all Oxford and Oxford Brooks staff and students.

For the sporty student, Oxford offers superb facilities, from athletics tracks to skate parks, and not forgetting the famous rowing clubs and cycle lanes which abound.

Our properties provide university students with the best location from which to enjoy Oxford’s history, culture and entertainment. This is student living at its very best.