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This 1920’s house in a much favoured side road in Summertown has been sympathetically renovated, extended and tranformed into a stylish bespoke family home by the current owners.
There is a stunning open plan family room/kitchen dining room with central feature chimney and fire place with a herringbone wood floor, contemporary grey base and eye level kitchen units, a centre island and contrasting marble and granite worksurfaces, an intergrated oven, hob and Smeg dishwasher. Leading off is an inner hall with geometric style floor tiles, a utility room, cloakroom and a separate sitting room with feature fireplace, an attractive bay window to the front complemented by plantation shutters.
On the first floor is a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom with free standing bath, a further three double bedrooms, dressing room and a modern stylish family bathroom.
Lying within this particularly sought after residential area of North Oxford, Victoria Road is one of the side roads leading off the Banbury Road in Summertown. The City of Oxford with the Dreaming Spires is world renowned for its university and architectural beauty and has been home to royalty and scholars for over 800 years. Forming part of the North Oxford conservation area, Summertown is a lovely residential area with a high percentage of period properties. The property is superbly located with easy access to a wide range of schools including St Philip and St James, The Dragon, Summer Fields, Magdalen College, St. Edward’s, Wychwood, Oxford High and Cherwell. The delightful University Parks and St. Giles are close by with access to the City centre and a vast array of facilities including theatres, museums, cinemas, shops and restaurants. There are frequent buses to the City centre and to Oxford mainline railway station and the new Oxford Parkway station with regular trains to London and beyond.
To the front of the property is a gravel drive with parking. The main garden lies at the rear of the property and is accessed via the French doors from the open plan living space. There is also access down the side of the house from the front driveway. Enclosed by timber fencing the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a brick herringbone terrace.
Breckon & Breckon, Twining House, 294 Banbury Road, Summerton, Oxford OX2 7ED
T: 01865 310300
Open Plan Family Room/Kitchen Dining Room
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