Student Homes in East Oxford, Oxford
Renowned for its thriving music scene and lively student community, East Oxford is always a popular choice for new and returning students – and it doesn’t take long to discover why. Cowley Road is chock-a-block with food, drinks, art, culture and entertainment – you’ll be spoilt for choice when settling on the plan for a night out.
The city centre is a 15-minute walk and connects up via The Plain, an iconic roundabout with a Victorian foundation from which roads lead to St Clements and Headington. Between the two areas, you’ll find some of the luscious gardens and parks that Oxford is renowned for. Go for a woodland stroll and make friends with the local wildlife at the Grove, home to families of deer, or visit the Angel and Greyhound Meadow and follow it up with a hearty lunch at a pub of the same name.
Although East Oxford has plenty of chain supermarkets to keep your shelves stocked, we recommend taking advantage of the independent world food stores on Cowley Street; Seoul Plaza and the Jing Jing Oriental Food Store are two great starting points if you’re a fan of Asian cuisine.
If East Oxford isn’t for you, don’t worry – we’ve got a collection of student homes situated across Oxford that might tick your boxes. Jericho boasts bohemian vibes and renovated period homes, not to mention a buzzing bar and restaurant scene. Alternatively, check out the homes we have on offer in Summertown, just north of the city centre. The gorgeous scenery alone is a pull, not to mention the stunning architecture and friendly community.
UniHomes is committed to keeping the search for student property simple. When you browse our website for student accommodation in Oxford, you’ll find a range of homes that vary in size and style to suit the needs of every student. Once you’ve picked your favourite, you’ll be pleased to know that the price you see on the listing is inclusive of all your utility bills. From gas and electricity to water, broadband and your TV licence, all these extra costs are bundled up into the monthly rental fee. So, all you’ll have to budget for is one monthly cost. It really is that simple!