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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Bradmore Road, Central North Oxford, Ox2 6QP

Under Offer £3,250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 5/6 bedrooms
  • 2/3 reception rooms
  • 2/3 bath/shower rooms
  • Mature walled garden
  • Private parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


Bradmore Road is situated in the heart of Central North Oxford within the North Oxford Conservation Area, less than half a mile from the City Centre. No. 15 is located towards the end of this peaceful street and is within easy walking distance of several well-known schools including The Dragon School, Oxford High School for Girls, Wychwood School for Girls, St Edward's School, D'Overbroeck's and the Cherwell Secondary School. Easy access to A40/M40 Motorway (via Marston Ferry Road).


Built in 1872, 15 Bradmore Road is a handsome linked-detached Victorian house designed by the architect Frederick Codd whose work dominated the Norham Manor area during this period. The house provides well proportioned rooms with elegant high ceilings and many period features including large bay and double arched windows, cornicing, attractive fireplaces and oak flooring. The well proportioned accommodation is principally arranged over two floors with a further bedroom on the lower ground floor. In addition, the house benefits from a large attic space with stairs already in place providing the potential, subject to the necessary planning consents, for conversion to provide further bedrooms and a bathroom. The house is complemented by a delightful East facing walled garden and to the front of the house, a private driveway provides parking.

Internally, the ground floor accommodation includes two attractive and spacious reception rooms. Divided by folding doors providing the flexibility to be opened into one room, both rooms are particularly elegant with high ceilings and full length windows set within broad bays. The drawing room, arranged at the front of the house, enjoys a fireplace with granite surround and tiled slips and the dining room overlooks the garden to the rear. Leading off the dining room are the breakfast room and the bespoke kitchen with a Paul Bocuse Range cooker and an eye level AEG oven. The ground floor also provides a cloakroom and a bedroom/study with shower room.

At first floor level are the spacious master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and the laundry room which has a WC and basin and plumbing connected for the installation of a bath or shower. From the landing, stairs lead up to the large attic. The sixth bedroom and an under stairs walk in cupboard with wash hand basin are arranged on the lower ground floor.

To the front of the house a driveway provides off street parking and a side access to the garden at the rear. The mature walled garden is principally laid to lawn with flower and herbaceous borders and a selection of shrubs and mature trees including a variety of fruit. Within the garden is a home office/studio with internet and telecom access and under floor heating.


Please refer to floor plans for room dimensions and layout.


From St Giles proceed north along the Banbury Road to the traffic lights and turn right into Norham Gardens and first left into Bradmore Road. No. 15 will be found towards the end of the road on the right.

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Added on Rightmove:
28 January 2011


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