Trinity House
433.76 sq m
Guide price £1,850,000(€2,097,297)

Conduit RoadAbingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 1DB

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in November 2019
  • Prime central Abingdon location
  • Overlooking Albert Park and adjoining Abingdon School
  • Over 4600 sq ft
  • No onward chain

A most impressive and substantial Victorian house overlooking Albert Park in the heart of Abingdon

About this property

  • Trinity House is a substantial Victorian family house, formerly associated with the adjoining Methodist church and built in the striking Gothic style of architecture. Built in natural stone with dressed stone detailing the rooms are elegantly proportioned, with high ceilings and fine original features including sash and mullioned windows, shutters and ornate fireplaces. Carefully renovated and extended in 2013 by the current owners the accommodation is very impressive with over 4,300 sq ft arranged over three floors. The traditional design was adapted to create light and open plan accommodation so ideal to entertaining and modern living.

    Steps lead to the porch which opens on to the entrance hall off which are the two reception rooms. On a lower level is the large double aspect dining room with wide opening to the equally spacious kitchen/breakfast room. French doors open from the kitchen on to the west facing terrace which is perfect for summer dining.

    The first floor provides a master bedroom suite, 3 further bedrooms (one with en suite shower room) and the family bathroom. On the second floor are 3 further bedrooms and family bathroom.

    The gardens lie principally to the west of the house and are mainly laid to lawn with mature hedging giving a good degree of privacy. There are pedestrian gates to both Conduit Road and the tree lined Park Road.

    Services: Mains gas, electricity, drainage and water are connected. Gas-fired central heating.

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Wonderful family living in this magnificent Victorian house perfectly located for the Abingdon schools.

Huw WarrenProperty agent

Local information

  • Trinity House lies in an enviable setting in the heart of Abingdon-on-Thames, one of England's oldest market towns.
  • The town features architecture dating from the 12th century and includes many historic buildings, with the heart of the town dominated by the County Hall and St Helen's Church.
  • By the mid 17th century the main industries in the town included malting and brewing along with trades associated with clothing and textiles.
  • The town is also famous for the MG sports cars which were manufactured here from the 1930's until 1980 when production ceased.
  • Today, it is a thriving market town with a Monday market that has existed since 1556 and a well-supported farmers market. The River Thames provides a delightful setting for Abingdon with its meadows, lock and riverside walks.
  • It lies approximately 8 miles to the south of Oxford and some 8 miles from Didcot Parkway mainline station, with a regular service to London, Paddington in approximately 45 minutes.
  • There is also good access to an excellent choice of schools in both Oxford and Abingdon.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Oxford proceed south on the A34. Take the second Abingdon exit and follow the signs towards the town centre. At the double roundabout, continue straight over and then take the third left turning into Conduit Road. Trinity House will be seen on the right on the junction of Park Road.
  • EPC Rating = C