A three-bedroom home in Headington is one of the most viewed properties in Oxfordshire right now. 

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic Zoopla has said that more people are now looking to move home to gain both access to outdoor space and a home office. 

With the economic impact of the pandemic starting to deepen, more and more of us are looking to take advantage of the current housing market and stamp duty holiday while it's available.

The following five homes are currently the most viewed in Oxfordshire on property website Zoopla.

Routh Road, Headington, OX3 


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The most viewed home on Zoopla right now is this three-bed semi-detached house in Routh Road, Headington. 

The property is described as a good opportunity and has a great sized garden with driveway parking and a garage. 

Offered with no chain this semi-detached house is packed full of potential with scope to improve and extend, subject to planning consents. 

Like stepping back into a time machine the house has been well-loved and cared for, with some modernisation this property could easily be the ideal contemporary family home.

It has had 1,383 views in the last 30 days. 

The Glebe, Cumnor, OX2


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This four-bedroom detached family home in Cumnor is nestled in a secluded and private plot boasting off-road parking and a large rear garden. 

As the second most-viewed property on Zoopla right now the house has had 1,146 views in the last 30 days.

Offered with no onward chain the property was built in the 1980s and has since been substantially improved and extended to provide a further living room and bedroom accommodation. 

Extending across three floors there are bedrooms on the first floor and the master suite on the top floor which boasts an en-suite bathroom. 

Oxford Road, OX4


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Set in the sought after postcode of OX4 this detached four-bedroom cottage is well-placed for access to the ring road, city centre and the Science Park. 

The charming property has a host of gorgeous features throughout including exposed beams and bags full of character. 

Beautifully presented and designed throughout there is a large kitchen and breakfast room as well as a separate dining room and study. 

Three of the bedrooms are doubles and there is a large family bathroom as well as an en-suite attached to the master. 

In the last 30 days, the property has had 1,298 views.

Cumnor Hill, OX2


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Described as a rare opportunity to acquire one of only three Danish Architect designed homes in this secluded cul-de-sac, this property has had just under 900 views this month. 

This four-bedroom detached property has an abundance of quirky design elements making it look and feel like more of a chalet than an Oxfordshire home. 

With a double-height living area and vaulted ceiling, the property has a two-storey glass atrium with a mezzanine landing. 

There is an open plan kitchen, dining and sitting room to the rear of the home with an open fireplace. 

Boasting a wrap-around garden and driveway parking for three cars this property could be the ideal buy post-lockdown.

Oxford Road, Littlemore, OX4


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This extended 1930s semi-detached house occupies a corner plot and boasts off-road parking and is offered with no onward chain. 

With an HMO license for three occupants, the property boasts a good rental yield and is described as suitable for investors and owner-occupiers alike. 

The kitchen, dining room is light and airy thanks to French doors that open onto the double width mature gardens. 

The property has had 921 views in the last 30 days. 

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