4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Helen Road, Oxford

Guide Price £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Thoughtfully Extended Four Bedroom Family Home Giving A Total Floor Area Of 117m²
  • Superb Breakfast-Kitchen Extension Plus Converted Loft
  • 2nd Floor Bedroom With En Suite & Doors To 'Juliet' Balcony
  • Breakfast Kitchen With Underfloor Heating & Sunken Circular Wine Store
  • Part Walled Rear Garden With Artificial Lawn
  • Balanced Arrangement Of Accommodation Positioned Over Three Floors
  • Breakfast Kitchen With Bi Fold Doors Out To The Garden
  • Hall, Combined Sitting (open fire) & Dining Rooms
  • Character Features & Gas Heating
  • No Through Road, With Access To the Railway Station

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A Thoughtfully Extended Four Bedroom Family Home Offering Well Balanced Accommodation Positioned Over Three Floors By Means Of A Breakfast-Kitchen Extension, Plus Converted Loft Providing A 2nd Floor Bedroom With En Suite, Giving A Total Floor Area Of 117m² (approaching 1300sq.ft.). The Property Retains Several Character Features With A Mix Of Contemporary & Offers Hall, Combined Sitting (open fire place) & Dining Rooms, Breakfast-Kitchen With Modern Cabinets/Bi-fold Doors To The Garden/Under Floor Heating & A Sunken Circular Wine Store. Part Walled Garden (artificial lawn) At The Rear.  

Helen Road is a short side street leading directly off from the Botley Road with a pleasing mix of outwardly comparable properties principally comprising of bay fronted homes, and is a popular 'no thru' street ending with direct pedestrian access into Botley Park.. Helen Road was named after one of the children of the builder, Thomas Henry Kingerlee, and dates back to about 1910.  

Located within a mile from the heart of Oxford city, Helen Road also offers access to busy intercity rail station connecting to London Paddington, and there are plans to connect to London Marylebone. 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 of both 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, several public houses, allotments, an excellent primary school, local businesses, community centre, with a active and supportive local community.  

The property is a well balanced home, offering thoughtfully extended accommodation arranged over three floors. Some attractive period features include sash windows where mentioned, exposed sanded and sealed floor boards to the hall, sitting & dining rooms, open fireplace in the sitting room, and front door with stained glass inserts.

Short front path leads to a part glazed door with fan light above, set within a recessed porch. Hallway, with door to the combined Sitting and dining rooms, bay window to the front, (sash windows) and open fireplace with Adam style timber surround and tiled hearth. Base cupboard to side of chimney breast and shelving to one side. Exposed floor boards. Under stairs storage. Door to kitchen/breakfast, and opening (housing a fish tank). This room has been extended with a modern range of both wall and floor standing units. The latter having concealed lighting under. Hardwood work surfaces extend above the base units, and extended out to form a peninsular unit. Four ring gas hob, with brushed steel double oven below and matching stainless steel extractor. Fitted appliances also include a dishwasher and space for automatic washing machine, plus space for tall fridge freezer. One and a half bowl sink unit. Gas boiler hidden with matching cabinet. Two large velux ceiling windows, and double glazed window, plus three bi-fold doors at the rear over looking the garden. Tiled limestone style flooring (under floor heating). Inset LED ceiling spot lighting. Sub terrain wine store with LED lighting.

On the first floor the stairs rise to a split landing with further stairs leading up to the second floor. Bedroom to the front with three sash windows. Built in wardrobes with blanket storage above. The 'middle' bedroom has a sash window to rear. Wardrobe with built in shelves and storage above. The rear bedroom/study again has a sash window, (three over three) to the garden. Bathroom comprises of a modern white suite with whirlpool bath, wash hand basin, and low flush WC. Shower above bath. Large mirror with LED lighting and heated. Glazed folding screen door. Towel rail/radiator. Window. Extractor fan. Marble tiled flooring with under floor heating and matching splash backs.

The second floor comprises of small landing with double glazed window, and door to the second floor bedroom. Bright room with velux window to the front elevation (some restrictive height room) and twin double glazed doors with 'Juliet' balcony at the rear. Recessed lighting. Wardrobe plus 2 eaves storage cupboards. Door to the en-suite with low flush WC, wash hand basin and shower tray with shower above, sliding screen door. Towel rail/radiator. Velux window. Recessed spot lights. Extractor fan. Circular mirror, with back lighting. Tiled flooring.

Front garden has a low brick wall to the front, with hedge. Bicycle shed, with hinged top. The rear gardens approaching some 27ft in length, with artificial lawn, borders, and paved sitting area. Modern timber shed on concrete foundations. Gas radiator heating. Electric under floor heating in the kitchen/breakfast room and 1st floor bathroom. All mains connected.
 

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25 October 2016

Nearest stations

  • Oxford (0.3 mi)
  • Oxford Parkway (3.5 mi)
  • Radley (4.9 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Oxford (0.3 mi)
  • Oxford Parkway (3.5 mi)
  • Radley (4.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Pearce Alder & Co, Oxford

33 Botley Road, Oxford, OX2 0BN

01865 809145 Local call rate

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