Elegant living meets an extraordinary history: discover the remarkable Clarks Row, a royal chapter in British history transformed into boutique residences within the heart of Oxford.
The unique Clarks Row renovation is a masterful marrying of heritage and modern luxury. Located opposite the outstanding Christ Church, within walking distance of its grand Cathedral and magnificent meadow.
Originally the residence of Thomas Seymour, an adviser to Charles I, King of Great Britain and Ireland, this Grade II listed building has been reimagined to exacting standards, where historic features seamlessly blend with exceptional living.
A hidden gem that dates back to the 16th century, these remarkable residences offer an inspiring interplay of old and new with their dramatic vaulted ceilings, wooden arcading and pointed stone.
Sensitively executed by TW Jones Property, the development has been the subject of a comprehensive restoration that unfolds into three distinct chapters. Each townhouse incorporates historical detailing of unparalleled charm, alongside bespoke joinery and premium amenities.
Equally, these enchanting townhouses offer the best in culture and lifestyle with immediate access to Oxford's thriving city centre and Christ Church's inspiring beauty and history.
Discreetly tucked away off St. Aldates, living on Clarks Row is to be continuously in awe of its history whilst enjoying sophisticated living.
Experience a world where sumptuous living harmoniously blends with original detailing that has survived centuries and retains a depth of absolute character and charm.
1 Clarks Row
Converted into an enthralling townhouse, 1 Clarks Row marries historic features with modern luxury all within a beautifully restored 17th-century building.
The accommodation, with its gross internal floor of 1360 square foot spans three floors and comprises an impressive entrance with a handcrafted oak staircase that leads up to a generous, open plan lounge room. This stylish living area comes with a fully equipped modern kitchen and breakfast area and leads out to a private balcony.
Throughout the property is underfloor heating and designer parquet flooring. There are three bedrooms situated throughout the townhouse; the first two reside on the ground floor and feature exposed stone and subtle lighting. The ground floor includes two bathrooms; firstly a master-sized bathroom complete with bathtub, and an en-suite off the larger bedroom. Both uniquely combine luxury porcelain tiles and exposed historic stonework. The third bedroom, located at the top of the townhouse, spans the entire second floor and reveals historic exposed beams alongside a striking pitched roof and en-suite shower room.
The restoration of 1 Clarks Row seamlessly blends contemporary comfort with historic details such as pointed stonework, exposed fireplaces and rare ceilings dating back to 1636.
2 Clarks Row
Offering elegant living with an extraordinary history, 2 Clarks Row is a boutique residence of exceptional character.
A charming townhouse that spans three floors, it benefits from beautifully finished interiors. Offering three bedrooms finished to the highest standards, internal accommodation approaches 875 square foot and combines light-filled rooms with elegant materials and outstanding craftsmanship throughout.
Finished to the highest standards, remarkably featured amongst its premium materials is an original well dating from the 1200s that has been beautifully restored and is testament to the building's remarkable history.
Quiet and understated, 2 Clarks Row features a bespoke kitchen with a private outdoor balcony situated off the first-floor living room. Other benefits include parquet flooring and underfloor heating. In the main bedroom, spacious ceilings rise to 2.2 m, revealing the remarkable vernacular timber framing from 1636.
Please note that given their exceptional central Conservation Area location there is no parking with these properties.
Both 1 and 2 Clarks Row will benefit from their own bicycle stores.
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Simply incredible craftsmanship has revived this historic Oxford address creating a remarkable depth of unparalleled charm, revealing a spectacular opportunity for purchasers.Sasha Parker-Smith