2 bedroom terraced house for saleBridge Street, Osney Island, Oxford
- Beautifully Renovated Two Bedroom Victorian House
- Stunning 26ft Open Plan Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room With Double Glazed Wrap Around Roof
- Professionally Landscaped & Part Walled West Facing Rear Gardens
- Wood Flooring/Recessed Down Lighter/Stylish Karotherm Radiators
- Lobby, Sitting Room & Extended Dining Kitchen On The Ground Floor
- Offering A Tasteful & Stylish Contemporary Finish
- Modern Kitchen Cabinets & Integrated Appliances
- Rear Gardens Approach Some 60ft In Length
- Access To The Railway Station & City Centre Beyond
- Two Bedrooms (one used as study) & Bathroom With Quality Suite On the First Floor
A Beautifully Renovated Two Bedroom Victorian House Offering A Tasteful & Stylish Contemporary Finish, Dovetailing Nicely With A Stunning 'Open Plan' Dining Room Opening To The Kitchen Breakfast. This Room Offer 'Light' Accommodation & Encompasses A Double Glazed 'Wrap Around' Roof, Modern Kitchen Cabinets And Integrated Appliances. The Professionally Landscaped & Part Walled Rear Gardens Approaching Some 60' In Depth & Enjoys A West Facing Aspect. Osney Island Is A Conservation Area, Providing Convenient Access To Both The Railway Station, With The City Centre Beyond.
Osney Town (better known as Osney Island), is a riverside community to the west of the city centre located off from the Botley Road. The conservation area is partially sited on an island at a point where the River Thames splits into several channels. In the main, the properties here comprise of 19th century terrace housing, constructed as a result of the opening of the railway stations and the influx of related workers to the area. Over the years this area has increased in popularity due to it's proximity to the railway station and the city centre, and in our experience offers both a friendly and supportive community. Osney island/west Oxford is located amongst several green spaces and canal/riverside walks and supports a good range of shops, several public houses, an excellent primary school, local businesses and community centre. A Waitrose supermarket is located on the Botley Road.
The property has an attractive 'mix' of the contemporary and the period, with features such as wood flooring, recessed down lighters throughout, plus several stylish Karotherm radiators (geometrical structured radiators with square holes).
The front door opens to an entrance lobby with timber flooring and glazed door which opens into the sitting room. The timber flooring continues further into the kitchen/dining room. Within the sitting room there is a raised modern flame effect electric fire, built-in corner cabinet and shelving to one side of the chimney breast. This room leads into the kitchen dining room which has been extended at the rear including a double glazed 'wrap around' glazed roof with doors to the garden. Within the dining area there is a period fire surround with gas, real flame effect wood burning stove. Built in cupboard to the other side of the chimney breast. Stairs rise from the side with natural wood trends and risers, with painted spindles.
The kitchen/breakfast has been professionally planned with an attractive range of fitted 'shaker' style cabinets, both base and floor standing units with extended solid wood work surfaces that continues over the base units and inset with a one and a half bowl sink unit. Extended central island unit with matching cabinets and wooden work surface also doubles as a breakfast bar. Integrated appliances include under counter fridge and separate freezer, dishwasher, four ring electric hob, and double oven below. Eye level fitted microwave. Twin double glazed doors lead out to the rear terrace. On the first floor, the theme of wooden floors and 'clean' lines continues with an 'airy' landing, two bedrooms (one used as a study) and bathroom with quality white suite and integrated shower. Tiled flooring. Built in cupboard housing the gas Valiant boiler. The rear elevation has PVCu double glazing, with the character retained at the front with sash 'six over six' windows.
The garden is part walled, with high privacy walling and fencing to the terrace, with external lighting outside tap and power points. The west facing rear garden approaches 60' in length with lawn, borders, established Olive tree, pergola, rear terrace and timber shed.
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