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7 bedroom detached house for sale

Bradmore Road, Oxford, OX2

Guide Price £7,600,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/Breakfast room
  • Master bedroom suite with dressing room
  • 6 further bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms & sauna
  • Study
  • Self-contained 1 bed flat
  • Garage & parking
  • Garden
  • EPC Rating = F

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An outstanding family house in this prime residential road in Central North Oxford


Bradmore Road lies to the east of Banbury Road in the heart of Central North Oxford within the North Oxford Conservation Area, about half a mile from the city centre. It is within a short walk of University Parks and it is also well located for the popular North and Central Oxford schools, including The Dragon, Oxford High School, St Edwards, St Philip and St James Primary School, Wychwood School for Girls and Cherwell School.

Oxford sporting and leisure amenities include the local Nuffield Health and Racquets Club, a selection of golf clubs, several tennis and rowing clubs and many walks along the banks of the canal, River Thames and across Port Meadow. The city boasts excellent communications with access to the M40 connecting to London and Birmingham and the A34 linking Newbury and the M4. Oxford Station is within easy access with a regular service to London Paddington, and Oxford parkway station to the north provides rail services in to London Marylebone.


20 Bradmore Road is situated in one of the most sought after side roads in Central North Oxford. The property is a substantial detached house, built in 1873 and designed by Galpin and Shirley, who are responsible for a number of other houses in the road. It has been refurbished to a very high standard throughout and offers superb accommodation over four floors.
The ground floor comprises an impressive reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor and steps out to the rear garden. From the hall, double doors open into the kitchen/dining room with high ceilings and views to the rear garden. There is a study to the front and drawing room to the side. There are two staircases which serve the house and the main stairs lead to the first floor. The first floor has a split landing with superb master bedroom suite with bathroom and dressing area. The lift opens directly into this room. In addition, there are two further bedrooms and a laundry room which could be an en suite to the front bedroom. The top floor has three bedrooms, dressing room, kitchen and shower room. Presently, the lower ground floor provides a self contained flat and there are two principal rooms being the sitting room and a playroom which are connecting. There is a sauna, shower room, stairs and lift. There is also a door to the outside which leads to the front of the house and from the playroom there are also French doors to the garden. The boiler and store room are accessed externally.
There is extensive parking to the front, and the attractive walled rear gardens are laid mainly to lawn and interspered with mature trees, shrubs and flowers.

Square Footage: 6,939 sq ft


From Oxford city centre proceed north on Banbury Road. Turn right into Norham Road and right again into Bradmore Road. The house will be found on the left, shortly after the junction with Crick Road.

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Added on Rightmove:
06 August 2016

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