Nicholsons are a shining example of solar-powered life

The Oxford Times:

10:01am Friday 18th July 2014

Sunshine tends to cheer most of us up, but Tim Nicholson now finds himself especially excited by good weather.

Is this Oxford's most expensive road?

The Oxford Times: Prime location: Number 6 Crick Road

12:00am Thursday 8th May 2014

A no-through road in Summertown has been dubbed Oxford’s most expensive place to live.

Tradition meets style in period home

The Oxford Times: Poundcroft House in East Hanney near Wantage

1:00pm Wednesday 7th May 2014

Tradition blends with style in a character property set in almost an acre of gardens. Poundcroft House in East Hanney, near Wantage, has been refurbished to add a contemporary twist but still has many original features such as exposed beams and open fireplaces. The three-storey, white-washed house includes a kitchen/breakfast room and family room with a feature fireplace and French doors to the garden. There is also a sitting room with windows on three sides and a fireplace, a dining room with a window seat and three bathrooms. The house has five bedrooms, two of which are on the top floor and have exposed beams. Other highlights include a range cooker, wooden floors and a double garage. The grounds include lawns, a gravel driveway with timber gates at the entrance and a garden store. Sarah Williams, of agents John D Wood, said: “This is a substantial period house on the edge of a popular South Oxfordshire village. “It measures approximately 4,000sq ft and has been modernised to a very good standard to provide excellent and flexible accommodation over three floors.”

Homes & Gardens: Alice in Wonderland... the wonder stuff

The Oxford Times: Flamingo lights, £14.95

4:15pm Wednesday 24th April 2013

Trippy, surreal and innovative, Lewis Carroll’s world offers escapism in spades.

Flower Power: cut-flower garden tips by Hendy Curzon

The Oxford Times: Flower Power: cut-flower garden tips by Hendy Curzon

3:32pm Wednesday 24th April 2013

Adrienne Curzon has been integrating cut-flower gardens into clients’ designs for many years. This is an area of a garden designated purely for the purpose of growing flowers to cut and display.

House prices dip

3:04pm Thursday 3rd January 2013

House prices in the county have fallen slightly, according to latest official figures.

House prices rise again

10:58am Thursday 29th November 2012

Property prices in Oxfordshire have risen for the fourth month in a row.

Grounds to delight any keen gardener

The Oxford Times: Grounds to delight any keen gardener

12:42pm Thursday 11th October 2012

KEEN gardeners are invited to view a property with four acres of beautiful grounds.The gardens of Brook Cottage in Alkerton, near Banbury, have been transformed over the last four decades from original rough pasture.

House prices buck the trend

11:57am Friday 28th September 2012

House prices have continued to rise in Oxfordshire, bucking the national trend.

House prices dip

11:26am Wednesday 29th August 2012

House prices in the county have fallen for the second month in a row.

House next to golf club in perfect lie

The Oxford Times: Beechfield House in Frilford Heath is set in four acres

11:55am Thursday 31st May 2012

An eight-bedroom family house is set in four acres of grounds and close to a golf course.

Walton Street apartment is ideal city pad

The Oxford Times: The kitchen and breakfast room

11:50am Thursday 31st May 2012

A contemporary three-bedroom apartment in the heart of Jericho is ideal for someone who wants to experience city life, according to agents.

House price rise again

11:43am Tuesday 29th May 2012

House prices in the county are now at their highest level for almost 18 months, latest figures have revealed.

Top award for outstanding property

The Oxford Times: Top award for outstanding property

4:35pm Thursday 24th May 2012

The developer of a luxury home outside Oxford has picked up a top award.

Eco-living on home turf

The Oxford Times: Tim Jackson-Waite at St Clements Mews

2:04pm Thursday 17th May 2012

Plenty of properties have greenery in the back garden but not many have it on the roof.

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