Exceptional double fronted stone cottage situated within the Old Headington Conservation Area
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Situated within the Old Headington Conservation Area this wonderful period residence with contemporary additions offers well proportioned accommodation with superb character interiors.
A spacious and elegant kitchen family room with feature lantern window forms the centre piece of the house which leads the eye through hornbeam arches onto the part walled gardens beyond.
There are two further comfortable reception rooms with fireplaces, engineered oak flooring and exposed beams, further utility and cloakroom.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, nursery/study and a stylish family bathroom.
This property has 0.3 acres of land.
The stunning gardens of nearly 0.3 acres are divided into rooms with gateways and lawned pathways winding from one to the next. There are established herbaceous borders, specimen shrubs and mature trees, a raised sleeper vegetable garden and a water feature.
There is a substantial outbuilding with electricity, a range of timber stores/sheds and summerhouse. The large garden also affords the space to erect a home office subject to any necessary consents and benefits from rear pedestrian access to allow you to bring in bicycles and take out garden refuse without the need to come through the cottage.
The property is located in the picturesque area of Old Headington which feels more like a village than part of the city. The centre of Oxford is only a couple of miles away and there is easy access to a wide range of day-to-day amenities, shops, leisure facilities and cultural attractions. Old Headington has good access to London with regular services via The Oxford Tube. The property is within striking distance of the John Radcliffe. There is a range of excellent educational facilities in the area including the Ofsted 'Outstanding' rated Windmill Primary School and well-regarded Headington School.
(OX3 9BX) from Summertown take the Marston Ferry Road (B4495), proceed through Marston and up Headley Way, past the John Radcliffe Hospital. At the end of the road turn left onto the London Road and about 5th left again into Osler Road, at the end of Osler Road bear left into St. Andrews Road where Stoke Place can be found on the right.
London Road in Headington 0.5 miles, Oxford City centre 2.5 miles, Summertown 2.7 miles.Read all
- Drawing room, Sitting room
- Large family kitchen/dining room
- Utility room and Cloakroom
- 3 Bedrooms
- Bedroom 4/study
- Family bathroom
- Wonderful gardens, In all about 0.3 acres
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