A charming extended three bedroom semi-detached house on Elms Rise in Botley on a no-through-road and located just two miles west of Oxford city centre.
This characterful house dates from 1938 and retains a number of original features including the fireplace in the dining room and panelled internal doors.
The property has been modernised throughout and has a vaulted sitting room extension to the rear, uPVC double glazing and recent gas-fired central heating. The kitchen offers ample storage with solid beech worksurfaces, a Belfast sink, Bosch induction hob and electric oven. The sitting room has oak flooring, Velux rooflight windows and double doors to the patio. There are two good-sized double bedrooms, a single bedroom used as a study and a sleek new bathroom with rain shower over the bath, ceramic tiled floor and chrome towel rail.
The 115ft garden has a large paved patio with a canopy adjacent to the house and steps down to a new lawn. At the end of the garden is a shed and a timber workshop/office building with power and an internet connection.
Elms Parade is less than 300m away with a range of shops including a deli, hairdressers, butchers, newsagents and fish & chip takeaway. There is also a Co-op store in the Botley shopping centre and Waitrose and Aldi stores on Botley Road. The house is also in catchment for North Hinksey Primary School and Matthew Arnold Secondary School. The A34 gives easy access to Bicester and the M40 to the north and Abingdon and Milton Park to the south.