A unique two bedroom penthouse apartment with over 1250 sq ft of spacious accommodation located in North Oxford.
Property Information: This small development of properties was built to a high standard in 2006 by reputable Oxford developer â€˜Gomm Developmentsâ€™. Our client has enjoyed living in this unique lifestyle penthouse with its 1250sqft of spacious accommodation. The apartment is beautifully presented and enjoys stunning views. The position on the edge of North Oxford gives easy access to the city and Oxford Parkway Station.
One of the nicest features of the property is the impressive double aspect living room with dining area. This is a great place to entertain and is light and open with six velux sky lights and two windows that flood the space with natural light. A modern Next125 kitchen by SchÃ¼ller and separate utility room complete this wing of the loft. The second wing contains two double bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room. The double aspect master suite is very spacious, and includes built in wardrobes.
Location Information: The loft is conveniently positioned by the North Oxford Tennis Club and North Oxford Golf Club, and only 1.4 miles away from the Nuffield Health Club. Countryside walks and the Cutteslowe parks are very close by and provide green space to exercise and relax. Access to the city is very easy, with regular buses to popular Summertown which have a range of shops and a vibrant cafe culture. Transport links are excellent with the ring road providing access to the M40 and A34 nearby and the Oxford Parkway Station is only 0.6 miles away providing a regular mainline service to Marylebone.
Investment Information: The loft is ideal for owner occupiers but could also be an excellent rental proposition with a predicted yield of over 4%.
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