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Meet the Team

The Wychwoods Team has around 100 years of collective property experience which it brings to bear in all its dealings for the benefit of its wide variety of clients. Most of us have lived in West Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds and enjoy sharing our knowledge of the area and the properties we market for sale or let.

David Robinson BSc MRICS

An experienced property professional, a chartered surveyor with over 30 years’ experience in residential, commercial and agricultural property, covering sales and lettings, management, development, project management and planning, all enabling him to take an overall view and offer advice on many different aspects of property.

Anne Roberts MNAEA

Having only ever lived in villages, apart from Burford itself, I love being part of a village community, so workwise I feel very lucky to cover the area we do. With over 25 years experience in the area, many of them with Wychwoods, I particularly enjoy developing long-standing relationships with clients, helping them realise their dreams. My husband and I have recently moved to a new home, an old farmhouse with land and stables for our many horses, enabling us to indulge our hobbies. In a rural area with fantastic off-road riding and dog walking (preferably at the same time), it really does suit us.

Emma Cattell MNAEA

I have been part of the Wychwoods team since 2006 and now work in the Milton-under-Wychwood office. I have lived in the local area all my life and I currently live in Chipping Norton with my husband and son.  Being a young family we love living here and the small town lifestyle suits us very well. Our dream house would be a derelict farmhouse in a quiet spot which we could restore to its former glory. I would also love to have a stable or pig sty that we would convert into a music studio in the garden, for my talented husband. Working at Wychwoods means I get to visit plenty of beautiful places in the area, so I really would be spoilt for choice in choosing somewhere to live.

Tracy Colledge

I currently live in an Edwardian house but I would love to have a cottage!  Having renovated a couple of properties over the years I appreciate the hard work that people put into their homes and love the re-discovered period features many of the cotswold cottages have.  Our clients often mix new and old together and I get lots of inspiration from seeing the various houses we market.  Wychwoods is fortunate to have a mix of clients and properties and the variety makes for 'never a dull day'!  My dream house would be a cottage with working fireplaces, good sized gardens and a garage for my husband to potter in! 

Anne Lake

Having lived in the local area/Cotswolds for all my life, my husband and I moved to the Wychwoods 28 years  ago into our first modern home.  As we had both grown up in period properties we decided some three years later to move again within the Wychwoods and updated/renovated a 1920’s property with three bedrooms, a huge garden and lots of character, where we still live with the addition of our son and dog.  The house has been a labour of love and many family members and friends have helped over the years with various projects in the house and garden.  It’s a real family house with character, good atmosphere and a homely feel.

Alison Denny

I am originally from London but I have been very lucky to have lived in both France and Dubai as well as the UK. Home for me and my family and where we have been settled for the last 13 years is The Cotswolds. I enjoy both being part of a friendly community and the diversity of the people I meet daily. My ideal day in the Cotswolds is spending time with family and friends enjoying a hearty breakfast, a long walk and stopping at a good country pub afterwards. I have experienced renovating my homes in the past which was incredibly stressful but very rewarding. I currently live in a modern property, however, there is always a part of me that desires the charm and character that comes with a period property in the countryside.