St Clements

Best for

Antique-seekers and London-hoppers


Bus and cycle routes towards the town centre and Headington


Multi-ethnic cuisine


St Clements is a bustling, fast growing area where small modern infill developments blend with older houses, including Stone’s Almshouses founded in 1700. This area is most accessible to the city centre, on foot, either across Magdalen Bridge or through the University Parks.

Access to most University buildings and libraries and also the famous Magdalen College School is very convenient. Public transport is good to the Garsington Road Business Park, Oxford Brookes University, The John Radcliffe, Churchill and Nuffield Hospitals and also in to London.

St Clements is within minutes walk from South Park located on Headington Hill. The park hosts many outdoor concerts and events and is the largest park within Oxford city limited. A good view of the city centre with its historic spires and towers of Oxford University can be obtained at the park’s highest point, a favourite location for photographers.