The childhood Oxford home of late comedian Ronnie Barker is up for sale.
The British actor and comedian, who found fame through Porridge and the sketch show The Two Ronnies, with Ronnie Corbett, lived in this family home from five years old. The Barker family moved to Oxford from Bedford in 1935, and bought this 2-bedroom end of terrace house on Church Cowley Road, where he continued to live until 1949.
The Oxford home where he grew up has even been commemorated with a blue plaque.
The living room has a double glazed bay fronted window with a feature fireplace, and built-in storage cupboards.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of matching wall and base level storage units and has space suitable for a dining table.
The two bedrooms are both doubles and each have double glazed windows.
The rear garden has a gravel patio area with steps leading down to a generous lawn area with gated access to the front.