North Oxford Annexes

North Parade, North Oxford

The college's North Oxford properties are located in three suburbs of the city, Park Town, Jericho, and Summertown.

Park Town features some of the city's most attractive townhouses, many of which date to the mid-nineteenth century. The neighbourhood is adjacent to the University Parks, over 70 acres of open parkland, which offers popular running and jogging routes, as well as the only free-to-watch first-class cricket ground in the country. The College has five properties in Park Town, at 57 Banbury Road and 59 Banbury Road, and at 8 Winchester Road, 9 Winchester Road, and 10 Winchester Road.

Jericho is a comparatively small but particularly vibrant community, located in the North-East of the city between the Woodstock Road and the Oxford canal. It has been much celebrated in literature, featuring in Thomas Hardy's Jude the Obscure (where it is refered to as Beersheba), as well as in a number of works by local writers such as Colin Dexter and Philip Pullman. Oxford University Press is based in Jericho, and many of the surrounding Victorian terraces were initially constructed for its workers. With its own independent cinema, as well as many cosmopolitan restaurants, cafes, shops, and bars, Jericho is a highly desirable area for students wishing to live outside of the main city centre. The college has one property in Jericho, at 29 Leckford Road.

Summertown has much to offer for student residents. in addition to shops, bars, cafes, and restaurants, local amenities include a public swimming pool, supermarket, and extensive running and cycle routes. Popular with families, Summertown offers easy access to the city centre while retaining a quiet atmosphere and a relaxed, suburban feel. The college has three properties in Summertown, at 189 Banbury Road, 214b Banbury Road, and 204 Woodstock Road.