Home Close, Wolvercote, Oxford, OX2

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A superb three bedroom semi-detached house, extended to provide exceptional living space, with a separate studio and a landscaped garden with a westerly aspect.

Situated within a popular residential road of lower Wolvercote and with Port Meadow on the doorstep, this delightful house has been sympathetically extended and modernised throughout. A welcoming entrance hall leads to a sitting room with stripped wooden floors and open fire at the front, and an open plan kitchen/dining and living room with vaulted ceiling and slid and pivot doors leading out to the garden. Off the kitchen is a utility room, with a shower room and WC beyond. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. There is also a modern family bathroom with underfloor heating.

The garden has been beautifully landscaped to provide a range of well stocked raised planters and a sunny patio dining area directly off the kitchen. A studio has been built within the garden which makes for an excellent home office, gym or yoga room and additional shed storage. There is ample rainwater storage for the garden as well as a very useful external storage cupboard at the front for bicycles etc, and a purpose built bin store on the driveway and parking for two cars.

Oxford City Council.Tax Band D

The village of Wolvercote sits on the edge of Port Meadow which is one of the largest open spaces in the north of the city (136.9 ha). Wolvercote is a thriving community on the edge of Oxford with excellent accessibility to the city. There are three public houses, a community village shop and an excellent primary school. There is a community allotment on Port Meadow, a weekly farmers market and a regular bus service into the city. It is also possible to walk across Port Meadow or along the towpath into the centre of Oxford. With the River Thames flowing through the heart of the meadow the flood plains are home to many species of wildfowl, cattle and horses. The grazing rights of the Freemen (and from the 16th Century the Commoners of Wolvercote) protected the meadow from development.

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John D Wood

235 Banbury Road, Oxford

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