Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
Upon entering the property, to your left off the hall way is the kitchen/breakfast room which has been fitted with a shaker-style range of wall and base units, electric oven with gas hob, gas central heating boiler and looks out over the front garden. Immediately to your right from the entrance hall is the utility room which was the integral garage and has an area of raised floor which could be altered back should the new owner wish to re use it again as a garage and has a range of fitted wall and base units, a sink and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. Continuing along the hall to the right is a shower room with a study or fifth bedroom enjoying plenty of natural light thanks to the large window looking into the family room next to it. At the end of the hall next to the study is the dining room which has stairs to the first floor and boasts natural light in abundance thanks to the windows and French doors to the family room. The family room acts as the atrium of the home, providing a year-round warm, bright and versatile space which would serve well as an additional reception room, play room, reading or music room. The ground floor accommodation is completed by the sitting room at the back of the house with a wonderful vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, a fireplace with point for electric fire and access to the rear garden.
To the first floor, there are four bedrooms, the two double bedrooms, master bedroom and second bedroom, both have built-in wardrobes and there are two further single bedrooms and a family shower room. The spacious loft could, obviously subject to gaining all the relevant permissions and approvals, be converted into additional accommodation.
Bay Tree Close is in the Iffley Village conservation area, one of Oxford’s most sought after and picturesque locations, retaining a unique village feel despite being well within the city. Iffley Village sits to the East of the Isis (or Thames outside Oxford) a short stroll from Iffley lock where the tow path takes you past The Isis Farmhouse public house (which you can’t drive to) all the way into central Oxford. There is an active community including a well stocked and patronised community shop, a public house, two hotels and the historic Norman Church. Central Oxford and the colleges are easily accessed either by car, foot, bicycle or bus as are Oxfords independent schools.
Externally, the pretty South facing rear garden has been mostly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders with a stone wall at the bottom of the garden and a small garden shed. To the front of the property are a gated driveway with parking and a gravelled garden with flower and shrub beds and another small shed
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Study Or Bed Five
Two Shower Rooms
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