A one bedroom character apartment with courtyard garden, in sought after Jericho.
34 Great Clarendon Street is a unique character property, enjoying an ideal location in popular Jericho, under a mile from the historic city centre of Oxford. The delightful ground floor apartment offers neutrally decorated, light and airy rooms throughout, and also boasts a peaceful courtyard garden, perfect for relaxing and entertaining. The apartment is offered Freehold and there is one other apartment within the building; there are no service charges.
The sitting/dining room has a large sash window which provides an abundance of natural light. There is useful integrated storage either side of the central chimney breast, with space for further storage to be installed on the opposite wall. The welcoming bedroom has painted panelling, providing a modern country feel, with two built-in storage cupboards to complete the room.
The Shaker style kitchen is well laid out, with a variety of base and eyelevel units, a pantry cupboard, and a ceramic sink, as well as a small curved breakfast bar. Beyond the kitchen is the utility area and bathroom, with a bathtub and a shower over it. Access to the rear courtyard garden is from the side door in the kitchen.
The property sits on the popular Great Clarendon Street with permit parking available on the road. To the rear is a charming private walled courtyard garden, hosting a variety of shrubs and a mature laurel tree. There is a paved outdoor dining terrace and an area adjacent to the house with a small wooden shed and space for bin storage.
The property is located in the heart of the historic and thriving suburb of Jericho, just north west of the city centre. The historic buildings of the Oxford University Press and the new and iconic building which houses the Blavatnik School of Government are located just at the end of Great Clarendon Street. Jericho itself is an extremely popular neighbourhood with a strong community and lots of opportunities for relaxing and socialising. The area offers a range of independent boutiques and eateries, vintage shops, creative workspaces, several churches, cinema, culture club and a popular community centre. Port Meadow, a large expense of open land, can be found at one end of the district, often seen with cows and horses grazing by the Thames. Meanwhile, Oxford city centre, just under a mile away, offers a more comprehensive array of shopping, leisure and healthcare facilities as well as a wide variety of iconic and historic buildings. Oxford mainline station is nearby, and along with Oxford Parkway, offers frequent trains to London Marylebone and Paddington within the hour. The coach station at Gloucester Green provides frequent bus services to London Victoria, Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted Airport. The A34 connecting Oxford to the south and the Midlands is close by, as is the A40 to the Cotswolds and beyond.
From the Strutt & Parker Oxford office, head south along Banbury road, and take a right turn onto Thorncliffe road. At the end of the road, turn left onto Woodstock road. Continue along this road for just under a mile, and just after the row of shops on the right hand side, turn right onto Observatory street. At the cross roads, take a left turn onto Walton street, and then turn right onto Great Clarendon street, just past the Post Office on the corner. The property can be found towards the end of the road on the right hand side.Read all
- Reception hall
- Sitting room
- Courtyard garden
- Map & Street View
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