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A detached house in need of some updating situated in this exclusive private road in the Headington Hill conservation area.
The property is a wonderful opportunity for a renovation project to create an amazing home in a highly sought-after area of Oxford.
A footpath leads to the side of the property and front door. The hallway has stairs to the first floor to your left as you enter with a cloakroom below. To your right is the first reception room which is dual aspect and the second reception room is behind it. Continuing along the hall you come to the third reception room which has a ‘Jack and Jill’ wet room with the sitting room off it. The kitchen and breakfast room is at the far end of the hall with the sitting room off to your right with the wet room off it. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, including a fabulous guest suite with a kitchenette, and a family bathroom.
Outside the plot extends to approx. 0.186 acres with a detached garage and a wide road frontage narrowing to a point at the rear with mature trees with a brook forming the right hand boundary.
This part of Harberton Mead is a private road, which means the responsibility to maintain it falls to the owners of the properties fronting the road, via membership of the Harberton Mead Residents' Association
Harberton Mead is a secluded leafy enclave in the Headington Hill Conservation Area and is ideally located for access to The John Radcliffe, Churchill, The Manor and Warneford hospitals, Oxford Brookes University, Headington School, Rye St Anthony School and the foot and cycle paths via University Parks to the city centre..
Headington itself offers an excellent range of amenities and both big brand shops, including a Waitrose supermarket and independent shops along with a large variety of restaurants, cafés and pubs located in Headington as well as in and around Oxford.
Oxford offers a wide variety of cultural and educational facilities as well as a wider range of For the rail commuter Oxford Mainline Station provides trains to London Paddington and Oxford Parkway provides trains to London Marylebone with there is a regular bus service from central Headington and St Clements to London and the airports. The City centre is less than one mile and there is easy access to the A40, Oxford Ring Road and subsequent links to the M40 and the A34.
Outside the plot extends to approx. 0.187 acres with a detached garage and a wide road frontage narrowing to a point at the rear with mature trees with a brook forming the right hand boundary.
Kitchen Dining Room
'Jack and Jill' Shower Room
In All Approx 0.187
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