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Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2

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About this property

This beautifully presented house has been comprehensively renovated and extended and provides particularly stylish and flexible accommodation of 3035 sq ft over three floors, with the feeling of light and space enhanced by dual aspect windows to most of the rooms. The two principal reception rooms offer great entertaining space, with full height windows and double doors opening to the garden.

The smart open plan kitchen/dining room has quality fitted wall and floor units with built-in appliances, windows on two sides and, with double doors opening to the rear, makes it ideal for family gatherings. There is also a useful separate utility room and a cloakroom.

On the first floor, the impressive master bedroom has a high vaulted ceiling and full length windows and doors to a closed balcony overlooking the garden, and there is an en suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Stairs lead from the first floor landing to the second floor, where there is a further bedroom, large walk in dressing room/store room and a shower/wet room.

Outside, the neatly tended and carefully planted gardens are an attractive feature of the property. At the front of the house, a driveway provides parking for several cars and leads along the side of the property to the garage. There is a central gravelled area with clipped hedging surrounding. The rear garden is principally laid to lawn with a large paved patio immediately to the rear of the house.

The garden is interspersed with well stocked tree, flower and shrub beds. The detached garage/studio has a floor area of 678 sq ft over two levels. The garage has doors to the front and door to the side, and an internal staircase leads up to a first floor room, which has light and power and is suitable for a variety of uses, and there is also an attached gym room looking out over the gardens.

Photograhy was taken in 2013.

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Property for Sale: Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 - Floorplan


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