The Times has listed the "coolest postcodes in the UK" and reserved special praise for a famously bohemian street in central Oxford.

The publication said it "spoke to the experts and homed in on the hottest neighbourhoods to know this year".

As well as naming the top 10 coolest postcodes in the UK, the publication looked at the country’s five coolest urban corners.

And one street in Oxford had a noteworthy mention.

The top 10 coolest postcodes in the UK

  1. CF11, Pontcanna, Cardiff
  2. NE6, Ouseburn, Newcastle
  3. TQ7, Hope Cove, Devon
  4. IV27, Tongue, Highlands
  5. PO38, Isle of Wight
  6. SW4, Clapham, London
  7. LE15, Rutland
  8. TN37, St Leonards-on-Sea
  9. SY1, Shrewsbury
  10. BT74, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh

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Little Clarendon Street, Oxford

Running from east to west in Central Oxford, Little Clarendon Street offers a wide variety of shops and cafes. The area is trendy and bohemian.

Their review reads: "If a street could be awarded first-class honours, Little Clarendon in Oxford’s Jericho suburb would be a prime candidate. Think pastel-hued terraces, plus local haunts such as the bottle shop and eatery Wilding, headed up by Ben Wood (formerly of Michelin-era Barrafina).

"The Jericho Cheese Company is on hand to assemble an enviable board, touting British and Irish farmhouse produce and the very best of accoutrements, while Wild Honey is the health store of dreams and a community centrepoint for discerning shoppers.

"For lucky work-from-homers, Common Ground café offers free public access workplaces, operating as a social enterprise and co-op serving local food and drinks with a menu that extends from biodynamic teas to a range of baked goods."