5 Northmoor Road is an elegant and substantial seven-bedroom family home with flexibly accommodation measuring 4123 sq.ft. of living space. The entrance hall centres around 4 principle reception rooms consisting a library/ formal dining room with elegant bay window commanding views over the front garden, study, spacious drawing room with access to the terrace and breakfast room adjacent to the kitchen. In addition, there is a walk in larder, pantry and separate laundry/ utility room. To the first floor there are five good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom with separate cloakroom. The second floor is very versatile as it could be used as a self-contained apartment with ample storage, a sizeable bathroom, two good sized bedrooms and a kitchen. The property has an array of character features so indicative of a north oxford home comprising high ceilings, ornate fire places, picture rails, parquet flooring and well-proportioned rooms.
The property is accessed via a gravel driveway with parking and is flanked by a pretty front garden laid to lawn and interspersed with mature trees with flower borders. To the rear of the property there is an attractive west facing garden enclosed by a traditional brick wall. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and has an array of specimen trees and shrubs. In addition, there is a detached summer house, an apple store and outside WC. A good sized terrace, ideal for outdoor entertaining with access from the drawing room can also be found.
Oxford, ‘the City of 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, Northmoor Road is a lovely residential street with a high percentage of period properties. The property is superbly located with easy access to a wide range of schools including The Dragon, Summerfields, 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 station with regular trains to London Paddington and beyond and to Oxford Parkway station with trains to London Marylebone.
library/ dining room