Offered with no onward chain, this home is very well presented and benefits from being an end terrace home with rear garden access. Call now to view.
Property Information: A charming Victorian two bedroom end terraced property situated on a popular road, within 1 mile of the City Centre offering easy access to the railway station (direct links to London Paddington) and many local amenities including Waitrose. The property has been updated and refurbished throughout with the installation of double glazed wooden sash windows to the living room and both bedrooms, a re-fitted bathroom and new UPVC windows and door in the kitchen. The accommodation provides a 21ft living/dining room with French doors opening onto the garden, 14ft. kitchen fitted with an abundance of units, 2 double bedrooms and bathroom.
Local Information: Earl Street is a short side street leading directly off from the Botley Road, with a pleasing mix of differing sized terraced properties of Victorian origins, with both brick and part rendered elevations under slate roofs. The street ends to the rear with pedestrian access to more recently built 3 and 4 bedroom family homes. West Oxford is located amongst several green spaces and canal/riverside walks, yet located within a mile from the heart of Oxford city, and Earl Street, with the surrounding roads offers convenient access to the busy intercity rail station connecting Oxford to both Paddington and Marylebone stations. 'Modern' West Oxford, was built on the site of Osney's ancient Abbey, and now extends west across from the cottages of Osney Island. These short streets comprise principally of Victorian, Edwardian and 1930s houses, all close to the open parks/green areas, and the community supports a good range of shops, including an Waitrose supermarket public houses, allotments, an excellent primary school, local businesses and a community centre, plus an active and supportive local community.