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A three bedroom semi-detached family home believed to have been built in 1936 situated in OX1. Upon entering the house the sitting room leads off from the hallway there is a feature gas fire with stone surround and hearth. This is open plan into the dining area and then leads through into the kitchen looking out onto the rear garden. The kitchen has been fitted with a range of white units with contrasting work surfaces and laminate flooring. There is a built-in electric oven and hob, plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. At the end of hall there is family bathroom with a three piece white suite with electric shower over the bath.
To the first floor there are three bedrooms, two with built in wardrobes. The loft has a velux window and is boarded throughout. It would be ideal for conversion, subject to the relevant consents.
Situated on a quiet street off the Abingdon Road in Oxford and within reach are a selection of local amenities including doctors surgery, The Duke of Monmouth and The Folly Public Houses, a variety of shops and takeaways, schools including New Hinksey and St Ebbs. There are nice walks to the park, the lake and along the river. There are good transport links into the City centre with St Aldates being approximately 1.3 miles from the property.
The front garden has a lawned area and parking for one car. There is shared access down the left hand side of the house leading into the attractive rear garden. This is enclosed by timber fencing and mainly laid to lawn with planted beds. There is stone patio and path leading to two timber sheds.
Sitting Room/Dining Room
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