Savills | Lower Street, Islip, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5 2SB | Properties for sale
2,972 sq ft(276.11 sq m)
Guide price £915,000

Lower StreetIslip, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5 2SB


    Key features

    • Tucked away in the village
    • Much loved home set in mature gardens
    • The opportunity to improve further
    • A flexible layout to suit all ages
    • Virtual tour available on request

    An enviable village setting.

    About this property

    • Tucked away in an enviable setting, this has been a much loved family home, now in need of some modernisation, and offering flexible accommodation over two floors, with a layout to suit all ages. The ground floor comprises several main reception areas including a large kitchen opening through to a dual aspect dining room with French doors to the south side. The sitting room has glass doors opening to the south terrace, and the snug family room has a bay window overlooking the garden. Additionally there is a glazed reading area, downstairs shower room and utility room. On the first floor are 5 adult bedrooms, two small children's bedrooms/ box rooms, a bathroom and a shower room.

      Outside, the rear of the property features a large garden predominantly laid to lawn, interspersed with a variety of mature shrubs and trees. There are a number of areas dotted around the gardens, for relaxing or al fresco dining, including a summer house, a sheltered timber and brick framed gazebo, as well as a wide terrace. There is covered parking at the front of the property and a good sized garage, providing useful storage. In all about 0.3 acres.

      Services: Mains services. Oil Heating.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Islip has everything you might want in a village - community spirit, pub, primary school, thriving community shop, lying on the edge of the bewitching Otmoor Valley with glorious countryside walks, good road links, and it even has its very own local station linking to London.

    Ronnie van der PloegProperty agent

    Local information

    • Situated on the River Ray, a tributary of the Cherwell, the village of Islip lies in a green belt area about seven miles north east of Oxford. Amenities in the village include a primary school, Norman church, pub, a health centre, thriving community shop, cricket and football teams.
    • Communication is excellent with M40 (J9) about four miles, and of particular note, the village station connects to Oxford and London. Oxford offers comprehensive shopping, leisure and educational facilities, and nearby Kidlington also has a wide range of amenities. There are lovely walks to be enjoyed along the river and nearby footpaths and bridleways.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From Summertown, head north on Banbury Road for two miles (heading straight on at one roundabout) and then at the next roundabout, take the fourth exit onto Bicester Road. After a mile and a quarter, at the roundabout, take the second exit and continue into Islip. Turn right at the junction onto Bletchingdon Road. Continue through the village, passing the Red Lion pub. The turning for Middle Street is on the left hand side, take the turning and proceed along the street for a short while, and the driveway for Lower House is on the right.
    • EPC Rating = D