Middle Street, Islip, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5 2SF | Property for sale | Savills
1,686 sq ft(156.63 sq m)
Guide price £925,000

Middle StreetIslip, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5 2SF

    Key features

    • Elevated position in the village
    • Exceptional presentation
    • Ready for occupation
    • Off street parking
    • No onward chain

    Stylish contemporary property with detached home office.

    About this property

    • Situated in an elevated position in a conservation area of the village, Hill House has been extended and completely remodelled by the current owners, with the input of local RIBA Architectural Practice Perioli Man. With origins believed to date to the 1970s, much thought has gone in to the stylish redevelopment; materials and fittings including the solid Iroko wood front door and entrance façade, aluminium windows to ground floor, smart alarm and programmable Velux Integra windows.

      Entrance hall with oak stairs rising to galleried landing has underfloor heating a cloak room off and coat cupboard.

      The kitchen, also with under floor heating, has patio doors opening to the decking at the rear, and Neff appliances including:- two ovens, warming drawer, induction hob, fridge freezer and dish washer. The kitchen is open plan to the dining area with low set window offering views over the village. There is a useful utility room with AV and heating controls and plumbing for washing machine. The sitting room with a feature gas stove has cupboards and French doors to the courtyard. There is a study/snug on the ground floor, which, with en suite shower room, could alternatively be used as a guest bedroom three.

      On the first floor, there are two bedrooms with well-conceived eaves wardrobes and drawers and remote control programmable windows with exterior shutters and interior blinds. One of the bedrooms has en suite shower room and there is a family bathroom. There is a detached, timber clad home office with central heating, electricity and broadband repeater. Attached to the home office is a useful garden store. Outside, there is gravel off street parking. The elevated landscaped gardens include stone pathways, raised vegetable beds and timber decking to the rear with private courtyard.

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    This is a smart contemporary property with well-conceived accommodation, situated in a most sought after Oxfordshire village with excellent amenities including mainline station with service to London.

    Nicky QuentelProperty agent

    Local information

    • Situated on the River Ray, a tributary of the Cherwell, Islip lies about seven miles northeast of Oxford in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Amenities in the village include a primary school, Norman church, two public houses, a health centre, a thriving community shop, cricket and football teams. Communication is excellent with the M40 (J9) Islip mainline station and, for more regular train services, Oxford Parkway. The historic city of Oxford offers comprehensive facilities, including the numerous well regarded schools.

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity. BT Broadband & phone line.
    • Council Tax - Band E
    • Photographs taken and brochure prepared July 2022
    • Directions: From A34 follow signs to Islip. On entering the village, proceed over the railway bridge and past the primary school on the right, thorough the tight bend and take the second road on the left, Middle Street. Hill House is found a short distance on the left. Distances Islip station 0.3 miles (London/ Marylebone from 59 minutes) Oxford Parkway 3 miles (London/Marylebone from 61 minutes) M40 (J9) 4 miles Oxford 7 miles Central London 58 miles. (All distances and times are approximate).
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E