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Take the first exit off the third roundabout (beside Tesco). Proceed across the traffic lights at the crossroads and up the hill to Banbury Cross. Go straight over at the cross and the office is the fourth property on the right hand side. For longer stays, the office car park is accessed off West Bar.What kind of estate agent is Fisher German?
Fisher German is a nationally recognised firm of estate agents and property consultants operating throughout the UK. With 15 regional offices, Fisher German’s agency teams specialise in the sale, purchase and letting of rural, village and town properties from period cottages to substantial country houses and estates.How did the town of Banbury get its name?
The town of Banbury is most famously mentioned in the English nursery rhyme ‘Ride a cockhorse to Banbury Cross’, but some may also recognise the name from the Banbury Cake, made in the town to a secret recipe since 1586.Where does Matthew Allen of Fisher German work?
Matthew sits within the National Country Agency Team (NCAT) focusing on the sale of country houses, farms and estates across multiple counties in the south midlands and southern area. Matthew is principally based from the Banbury office, generating and coordinating the sale of high quality individual properties.