2 bedroom terraced house for saleCroxford Gardens, Kidlington
- Two bedroom home in cul de sac location
- Good rail and road links to London
- Enclosed rear garden with shed
- Driveway parking for 3 vehicles
- Gas radiator central heating
- Double glazing
A beautifully presented, spacious two bedroom home nicely positioned to the rear of a cul-de-sac in Kidlington, a popular village with good rail and road links to London.
Entrance hall, kitchen/diner, lounge, two bedrooms, family bathroom, rear garden and driveway parking.
An appealing two bedroom terraced home, in a quiet cul de sac location. The accommodation comprises of an attractive entrance hall, well appointed kitchen/diner and bright and airy dual aspect lounge to the ground floor with two double bedrooms and family bathroom to the first floor. The pretty garden with fencing to perimeters, has a useful open aspect store/drying area. The block pavia driveway is suitable for three vehicles.
The accommodation is arranged as follows:- (All measurements are approximate).
ENTRANCE HALL: Radiator, telephone point and staircase to first floor with cupboard under. Doors to lounge and kitchen.
LOUNGE: 15'8" x 9'5" (4.78m x 2.87m). Double glazed windows to front and rear, radiator and TV point.
KITCHEN: 14'7" x 9'3" (4.44m x 2.82m). Double glazed window to rear, part tiling to walls, single drainer with 1.5 bowl inset to sink unit with cupboard below. Range of matching base units, cupboards and drawers, wall units, laminate work surfaces, plumbing for a washing machine, extractor fan, radiator and door to garden.
LANDING: Double glazed window to front and access to loft.
BEDROOM 1: 15'7" (4.75m) maximum x 10'1" (3.07m) maximum. Double glazed windows to front and rear, built in wardrobe and radiator.
BEDROOM 2: 14'0" x 9'2" (4.27m x 2.79m). Double glazed window to rear, built in wardrobe and radiator.
BATHROOM: Double glazed window to front, bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, part tiling to walls. Airing cupboard housing hot water tank, shaver point and extractor fan.
PARKING: There is parking provided for three vehicles to block pavier driveway at front of the property.
REAR GARDEN: 34' x 24' (10.36m x 7.32m). Fencing to sides and rear, lawn, patio, flower beds and borders, trees and shrubs, tap, external light, shed and external power points. Covered area over rear kitchen door, useful for drying clothes etc.
SERVICES: All mains services are connected to the property. Gas radiator central heating.
COUNCIL TAX: Band C £1,530.
Directions: Upon approaching Kidlington via Frieze Way at the roundabout take the 1st left on to the Oxford road slip road. Turn left in to The Broadway and left again on to Hazel Crescent and subsequently on to South Avenue. Continue around and turn second left into Croxford Gardens.
Kidlington is a large village between the River Cherwell and the Oxford Canal, 5 miles north of Oxford and 7¹/2 miles southwest of Bicester. Until the 20th Century, Kidlington was very much a rural community until 1928 when land along the main road through the village was sold for housing.
Since 1945 many estates have been built and today Kidlington has a modern shopping centre, library, large village hall and market. There are a good number of Pubs, cafes and restaurants in or near the village centre as well as dispersed through the village.
Kidlington also has the headquarters of the County Fire Service, the Thames Valley Police and the County St. John Ambulance Brigade. It is well provided for by schools and community education. There are four primary schools and nurseries attached to three of these. Gosford Hill School is a large 11-18 Comprehensive and Specialist College of Mathematics and Computing. On the same campus is a thriving community education centre providing a wide range of learning and leisure programmes and courses.
There are good sports facilities with recreation and sports areas, a Sports Complex on the Gosford Hill School campus and a Sports Pavilion with associated pitches at Stratfield Brake.
Oxford Airport is situated on the edge of the village and there is a railway station with good access to Bicester Village and London.
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