- Extended three bedroom home
- 1930's Semi-detached
- Lean-to storage with side access
- Large conservatory
- Off road parking on drive
- 120ft plus rear garden
- No onward chain
Situated in a peaceful cul-de-sac whilst allowing excellent access to amenities, including a parade of local shops and transport links. The extended 1930s property further benefits from a larger than average conservatory, lean to storage and 120ft-plus rear garden. Offered with no onward chain.
Sympathetically renovated by current owners, with modern wiring, fitted kitchen with oak worktops and integrated appliances, new boiler, and restored original features including panel doors and polished floorboards. Downstairs W.C and storage/workshop to side compliment the substantial extension. The generous kitchen/diner with plenty of natural light is at the heart of the home.
The property comprises entrance hall, leading to living room, single storey extension with kitchen and dining room. Conservatory with utility cupboard housing washing machine and dryer, downstairs W.C., and side storage with light and power. To first floor there are three bedrooms with built-in wardrobes to master and family bathroom. Ample loft storage space. There is off-road parking to front with secure side access via the storage leading to rear garden.
The location is popular amongst people working in the medical and academic fields. Offering good access to Oxford City and local amenities including easy access to John Radcliffe Hospital and surrounding hospitals. The property is in the Cherwell and Swan secondary school catchments, in close proximity to four primary schools including St Nicholas and St Josephs, and near EF Academy. A regular local bus route allows access to Thornhill Park and Ride (and London), the A40 and M40 are easily accessible and permitting a convenient commute to London by car. There is a good selection of local shops including Waitrose, Co-op and local cafes and restaurants.