We have recently completed an extensive programme of refurbishment here at Sanderum House, Chinnor, including the Ground Floor, First Floor and Reception area, incorporating a brand new breakout area to give clients a dedicated space to get away from their desks and to increase the opportunities for collaboration and networking amongst clients. The rest of the building has also being extensively modernised and updated, including our high-specification meeting room, MR1.
The following office suites are currently available
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Our team – Caroline, Sally, Nicola, Dawn, Dee and Clair – would love to tell you all about the spaces available and the benefits of working at The Sanderum Centre or OX9 Thame . Get in touch for more info or to request a tour of the available spaces.
The Sanderum Centre: Sanderum House, Oakley Road, Chinnor, Oxfordshire, OX39 4TW and 30A and 30B Upper High Street, Thame, Oxfordshire, OX9 3EX
OX9: 13 Upper High Street, Thame, Oxfordshire, OX9 3ER
Chinnor and its surrounding hamlets are part of the ancient chain of villages following the spring line at the foot of the Chiltern escarpment, right on the edge of the Chiltern Hills. The surrounding countryside is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, home to infamous Red Kites, and with many wonderful walks and numerous bridle tracks to explore.
Chinnor’s main attractions are its twelfth-century Saint Andrews Church, a steam and vintage diesel heritage railway line and the restored Chinnor Windmill. There are three pubs in the village and a plethora of nearby country pubs – most notably The Sir Charles Napier, a Michelin Starred restaurant with an exquisite seasonal menu and stunning gardens to be explored, while an impressive selection of independent eateries can be sampled in nearby Princess Risborough, High Wycombe and Thame.
With a population of over 7,000, the village centre is well served with two supermarkets, cafes, takeaways and Indian restaurants. For education, the village has two primary schools, pre-school, nursery schools and nearby Lord William’s popular comprehensive school.
Chinnor lies about four miles south of Thame and is within a 30-40 minute drive of Oxford, Aylesbury and High Wycombe and just 4 miles away from junction 6 of the M40 motorway providing easy access to the North and South and Princes Risborough station with fast regular rail links to both Marylebone and Birmingham.