Oxford OX2 Woodstock Road
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- G Council Band
Features at a glance
- Entrance Hall with cloakroom
- Double reception room, separated by folding doors
- Kitchen, Breakfast room, Larder and store
- 6 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- Off-street parking
- Walled gardens
- Spacious loft area potential for conversion subject to the usual consents
A substantial Victorian semi-detached family house within the north Oxford Conservation area.
A substantial and spacious Victorian family home with good sized accommodation spread over three floors. The house has been owned by the same family for over 50 years and as such, whilst renovation is now required, its sale offers a once in a generation opportunity to acquire a house in this sought-after area. Prior to the current owners the house belonged to the renowned artist R. B. Kitaj RA who taught at the Ealing Art College, the Camberwell School of Art and the Slade School of Art in the 1960's. The layout can be seen on the floor plans, suffice to say the rooms enjoy the proportions and features synonymous with the period. large loft area with potential for conversion subject to the usual consents. It was previously partially adapted to form an artist's studio. There are good sized walled gardens to the rear and off street parking to the front.
The front provides parking, there is a side-way to the right of the house. The rear garden is about 75 ft. long and a blank canvas. (in all about 0.1 acres)
In the heart of the North Oxford Victorian Conservation Area, this extremely desirable part of the city is flanked by Port Meadow to the west and the University Parks to the east.
The house is within the catchment area for the Cherwell School and highly regarded primary schools, as well as being within easy reach of the Dragon School, the senior and junior departments of Oxford High (GDST), St Edwards, DOverbroecks and Wychwood. Magdalen College School is a short bus ride away, in Oxford city centre.
Nearby Summertown boasts a fine array of shops, including a Marks & Spencers, restaurants and cafes. The amenities of North Parade and Walton Street, including the cinema and some delightful pubs, are only a short walk away, as is the picturesque Oxford Canal.
There are regular buses on the Woodstock Road giving direct access to the city centre. Oxford Parkway station has direct trains to Bicester and London Marylebone. The main Oxford rail station offers direct services to London Paddington. The Oxford ring road connects to the A34 and M40.
(OX2 7NF) From Summertown cross on to the Woodstock Road and head south towards the City centre, the house is on the left hand side between the turnings for Lathbury and Staverton Roads.
Summertown 0.5 miles, Oxford City Centre 1.2 miles, Oxford station 1.8 miles, Oxford Parkway station 2.4 miles
Oxford to London Paddington from about 50 mins, Oxford Parkway to London Marylebone from about 1 hour.Read more
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