2 bedroom terraced house for saleDuke Street, Oxford
- Thoughtfully Updated & Attractively Presented Two Bedroom Property
- Double Doors At the Rear Opening Into The West Facing Gardens
- Double Bedrooms & Bathroom, With New Suite On The 1st Floor
- New Carpeting and Floor Coverings
- Access To The Railway Station
- Stunning 20ft Refurbished Kitchen/Breakfast Room With Part Vaulted Ceiling Incorporating Four Roof W
- Hall, Two Receptions, Kitchen Breakfast With Fitted Appliances On Ground Floor
- Gas Central Heating With Newly Installed Boiler, Double Glazed Windows & Doors
- Access To St. Georges Playing Fields
- No Onward Chain
Thoughtfully Updated & Attractively Presented Two Bedroom Property, Having A Stunning 20ft Refurbished Kitchen/Breakfast Room With Part Vaulted Ceiling Incorporating Four Roof Windows, Plus Double Doors At the Rear Opening Into The West Facing Gardens. The Accommodation Comprises Of Hall, Two Receptions, Kitchen Breakfast With Fitted Appliances, Double Bedrooms & Bathroom, With New Suite. Gas Central Heating With Newly Installed Boiler, Double Glazed Windows & Doors. Duke Street Offers Access To St. George's Playing Fields, & The Railway Station (within 1 kilometer). No Onward Chain.
Duke Street is a short side street leading directly off from the Botley Road, with a pleasing mix of properties, principally of Victorian origins, with both brick and rendered elevations under slate roofs, The street divides to the rear with access to two small side streets with more recently built 3 and 4 bedroom family homes, plus access into St. George's Playing Fields. Located within a mile from the heart of Oxford city, Duke Street and the surrounding streets offers convenient access to the busy intercity rail station connecting Oxford to London Paddington, and West Oxford is located amongst several green spaces and canal/riverside walks. '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 a Waitrose supermarket, public houses, allotments, an excellent primary school, local businesses and a community centre and has a active and supportive local community. EPC rating carried out in July 2015, states it's a 'D' banding on efficiency.
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