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Guide Price £325,000

Newport Terrace, Bicester

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Bicester Branch
39 Market Square, Bicester,
Oxfordshire, OX26 6AG

T: 01869 253253
E: bicester@thomasmerrifield.co.uk

Key features

• Spacious end of terrace Edwardian House
• Largely unaltered in recent years
• Three First Floor bedrooms
• On-Street permit parking
• End of chain sale
• Requiring restoration and renewal
• Two separate reception rooms with fireplaces
• Traditional gardens
• Within walking distance of town centre and both stations
• See our website for up-to-date material information.

Property description

A three bedroom end of terrace Edwardian house requiring restoration and renewal, in a superb central location. End of chain sale. This property which has been largely unaltered for many years has spacious accommodation over two floors. There is an entrance hall, two reception rooms (both of which have former fireplaces) kitchen, a utility room and outside cloakroom. All three bedrooms are on the first floor, as is the shower room. To the front there is a small garden. Whilst to the rear the main garden is private, at the further end, across the path, there is a large shed. On-street residents permit parking is available.

MATERIAL INFORMATION
End of terrace, three bedroom house with brick elevations under a pitched and tiled roof, dating from the Edwardian era. Mains; water, drainage, electricity and gas are connected. Gas fired central heating to radiators.
Broadband – according to Ofcom – all broadband speed up to and including Ultrafast area available.
Mobile phone availability – according to Ofcom – all service providers are likely to have limited coverage of voice and data indoors with the exception of 02 who are likely to have availability for voice. Outdoors all listed providers are likely to have availability.
The property is located in a conservation area.
Local Authority: Cherwell District Council – C EPC – E

Set in a delightful Edwardian terrace in the heart of Bicester and within walking distance of both stations. Bicester is a thriving, historic market town with exceptional road and rail links. Both Junctions 9 and 10 of the M40 is easily accessible, the towns two mainline railway stations between them provide services to Oxford, Birmingham and London Marylebone in approximately 45 minutes. The town provides for all everyday needs as well as offering extensive recreational and employment opportunities.

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