An abundance of style and character
Built around 1886 and lying in a popular leafy side road, this is an impressive property which has been imaginatively extended and stylishly refurbished, and now provides generous living space of 3,492 sq ft over five floors.
The centrepiece is the stylish open plan kitchen/dining/family room. With a vaulted ceiling and large bi-folding doors opening to the terrace, it is particularly ideal for entertaining and family
gatherings. There is a separate, welcoming drawing room with
bay window to the front and extensive book shelving. Stairs
from the hall lead down to the lower ground floor, which
provides an additional sitting/games room, utility/ 2nd kitchen,
a bedroom and a renovated shower room with underfloor heating. This floor has its own external access and could be
suitable for guests or family accommodation. On the first
floor, the principal bedroom has a separate dressing room and a large family bathroom and there is also an additional cloakroom. There are three further well-proportioned bedrooms on the upper floors, together with a newly renovated shower room.
Outside, to the front, a gravelled parking area provides parking for several cars, and there is gated side access to the rear. The 100 ft walled rear gardens are an attractive feature of the property. A paved patio immediately beyond the terrace leads to the gardens which are laid to a shaped lawn with well stocked borders with trees, flowers and shrubs. An attractive
summerhouse provides a peaceful haven for reading or quiet reflection, and there are two further timber garden sheds.
Photographs taken February 2020.
Mains services connected. Gas heating. Underfloor heating to
kitchen/dining/family room and lower ground floor sitting room.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
An effective and successful blend of period style and modern character in a location to appeal to everyone in the family - handy for the school run, just a few miles south of Oxford Parkway for the daily commute, a five minute jog over to the glorious open spaces of Port Meadow, and a leisurely stroll down to the delights of nearby Jericho.Ronnie van der Ploeg