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Light, bright and thoughtfully appointed, this charming two bedroom property has been meticulously designed around modern living whilst retaining many period features. The property is offered to the market with no onward chain.
Upon entering the property through the freshly-painted front door, you’re immediately welcomed into the hallway which has been laid with wooden boards. To your left is the cosy and characterful living room with an open log fireplace with a smart tiled hearth, wooden floors and well-designed built-in storage. The room also has a double glazed sash window which has been thoughtfully fitted with both a full and a half-height blind ensuring privacy whilst not compromising in the wealth of natural light the room boasts. Further into the property is the charming country-style kitchen which has been attentively designed to maximise the space and gives a light and airy feel. The kitchen has been fitted with a characterful Belfast sink and wooden worktops, whilst the free standing range cooker is the focal point of the space. Leading from the kitchen, an open archway takes you through into the conservatory which has been fitted with double French doors and glass ceiling allow natural light to flow back into the kitchen. The room enjoys access to the very pretty rear garden and further benefits from under floor heating. The ground floor accommodation is completed by the bathroom, which has benefits from a spa bath, modern shower, stone tiles and thoughtful storage shelving within the walls. An overhead skylight window has been installed using frosted glass for privacy and the bathroom also enjoys under floor heating.
To the first floor, both double bedrooms retain their feature fireplaces and are neutrally decorated; the front bedroom has built in storage for hanging and shelves whilst the rear enjoys views of the garden. There is also a drop-down hatch to the loft which has a fitted ladder and offers boarded storage space.
Headington boasts a wide range of local amenities and facilities including doctors, dentists, schools, both primary, secondary, state and independent, banks, a range a big brand and independent shops and supermarkets including Waitrose. All the local hospitals are within easy reach and commuters are very well catered for with Oxford city centre which is approx. two miles away and is very well served by local transport as is London and the airports both of which also have a very regular bus service from Headington.
Externally, a portion of the garden has been decked to make the most of the south-facing garden on sunny days, whilst the remainder has been gravelled and laid with a stepping-stone path to the painted shed. The garden has been planted with shrubs, climbers, potted plants, many of which are currently in bloom and has a useful outdoor tap for keen gardeners.
South Facing Garden
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