5 bedroom detached house for saleNorth Street, Islip, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5
- 5/6 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- drawing room
- dining room
- sitting room
- kitchen/breakfast/utility room
- triple garage
There is an additional one bedroom annexe on the ground floor and a lift to the first floor. A triple garage has been added at the end of the driveway with space for six cars and an inspection pit. The property is set back from North Street with attractive mature gardens to the front and rear.
Islip is a much favoured village about two miles east of Kidlington and five miles north of Oxford. Its amenities include a village shop, village hall, two public houses (The Red Lion and The Swan Inn), a doctors' surgery, Dr South's Primary School and St Nicholas Church. Edward the Confessor was born in the village and tradition holds that he was baptised in the old church. The Islip train station has recently been upgraded and the improved line offers easy access to Oxford and connects to the new Oxford Parkway with services to London Marylebone. Islip is also well placed for all the major road networks including the A34 and M40.
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