A substantial detached house built in 1873 and designed by Galpin, on a much sought after side road in Norham Manor close to Oxford city centre.
The property offers accommodation over four floors. The ground floor comprises a spacious reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor and steps out to the rear garden. From the hall, double doors open into the kitchen/dining/family room with high ceilings and views to the rear garden. There is a study to the front and drawing room to the side. Two staircases serve the house and the main stairs lead to the first floor which has a split landing leading to the master bedroom suite with bathroom and dressing area. The lift opens directly into this room. In addition, there are two further bedrooms, bathroom and a laundry room. The top floor has three bedrooms, dressing room, kitchen and shower room. The lower ground floor offers two connected principal rooms, a sitting room and a playroom with French doors opening out on to the rear garden. There is also a kitchen and bedroom, sauna, shower room and a door from the front giving direct access to the lift. The boiler and store room are accessed externally.
There is extensive parking to the front including a double garage. The attractive walled rear gardens are laid mainly to lawn and interspersed with mature trees, shrubs and flowers.
The city boasts excellent communications with access to the M40 connecting to London and Birmingham and the A34 linking Newbury and the M4. Oxford Station is within easy access with a regular service to London Paddington, and Oxford parkway station to the north provides rail services in to London Marylebone.