An enchanting, painstakingly restored Grade II listed townhouse with outstanding views to Christ Church & its magnificent gardens AND a development site for 3 further townhouses behind.
84 St. Aldates is an exceptionally attractive historic townhouse in Oxford city centre. Listed Grade II, the property
dates from the medieval era and the original timber frame was expanded and redesigned early in the 18th century with
traditional Georgian features of a moulded cornice parapet and a Welsh slate roof. The property was fully restored in 2007
by renowned conservation architect Julian Harrap and received an Oxford Preservation Trust Award in 2008. Features include 17th century panelling and carved mantelpiece, period fireplaces in every room, wide oak and historic pine flooring and original sash windows with triple glazing. Renovation works include complete re-plumbing and re-wiring, provision for cable and satellite connections, the installation of a Bulthaup kitchen, two bath/shower rooms and new roof.
A floor plan is provided within these particulars showing the approximate size, layout and orientation of the rooms and the photographs give an indication of the enormous appeal and character of this very special property.
1, 2 & 3 Clarks Row development site description
Planning and Listed Building Consent has been granted for the construction of 3 residential townhouses to the rear of 84 St. Aldates and they will be the only homes located in Clarks Row.
Two of the townhouses are 2.5/3 stories and one is 4 stories. An illustration of the north elevation is provided within these particulars and the gross internal floor area of the three combined is approximately 4000 sq ft/371.6 sq m. Planning
consent was originally granted in October 2013 under planning reference number 13/02103/FUL; planning consent was subsequently renewed under planning references 17/02029/FUL and 17/02030/ LBC in August 2017. Preparations prior to
development have already been carried out including
restoration of remaining historic timber elements, foundation design, historic building recording, archaeological researches and soil tests.
Further detailed information concerning the history and development of 84 St. Aldates and Clarks Row can be obtained by enquiry with the agents.
Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas are connected to 84 St. Aldates.
Band F - for the residential portion of 84 St. Aldates. The shop (84a) is responsible for its own business rates.
The ground floor shop unit is currently let. The Lease is contracted out of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and vacant possession can be obtained if required at two months notice.
Strictly by appointment with Messrs Savills.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
Soak up the atmosphere of this fantastic central location with breathtaking views towards the beautiful gardens of Christ Church.Peter Long