- Entrance hall
- Living room
- Dining room
- Utility Room
- Downstairs toilet
- Three bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Off street parking
- Mature rear garden
Three bedroom residence that has been cared for internally externally, which is positioned on this prime road with a sizeable, mature rear garden and garage. The drive is not shared with other properties. A rare opportunity to extend the property (subject to planning) and positioned for fantastic access to the city and surrounded by a host of amenities including key transport links. The rear garden is ideal for al fresco dining prime for BBQs and garden parties.
The property allows an opportunity to make your own, offered to the market with no onward chain. Set circa 25 minute walk to Oxford City, which further benefits from a regular bus service leading to the city and Oxford Train Station. Popular shops, restaurants, café, theatres and public houses make this a popular location for young professionals, along with nearby children’s park to appeal to young families. There is a convenient Montessori nursery with a host of schools nearby including, Larkrise School, East Oxford, St Mary’s, St Josephs and Magdalen College.
Entrance hall, Living room, Dining room, Kitchen, Utility Room, downstairs toilet, Garage, three bedrooms, family bathroom, off street parking (ow drive), mature rear garden. Location:
In the owner’s words:
“My mother lived here for over 32 years, the longest she lived anywhere. She particularly liked the fields behind the rear garden which avoid being overlooked, and provide a good sense of space and additional daylight, and the fact that the front of the house is opposite Freeland’s Road, rather than other houses, which also increases the sense of space and natural daylight.
The proximity to Florence Park, the local Co-Op and GP Practice were very important to her. The regular bus services and walks into Oxford along the nearby river were attractive features. Easy access to the ring road was important. She liked, and retained, the house’s period features, including picture and dado rails, and the fire places.”