Intriguing 1920s house offers scope to extend
Date of Article
Jun 20 2014

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08 June 2014, An intriguing 1920s house that offers scope to extend (subject to planning) and situated in a wide plot in a convenient North Oxford location, has come to the market through Carter Jonas.

373 Woodstock Road, OX2 was built in the 1920s on land formally belonging to the Blenheim Estate.  It is reminiscent of houses designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and has a particularly attractive south west facing mature garden in the style of Gertrude Jekyll, all in 0.373 acres.

With an entrance hall, sitting room, study, dining room kitchen, breakfast room, larder, utility, store, cloakroom, rear hall, four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, driveway, garden, garage and care port, it is a delightful family home.

Well placed for Summertown and its wide range of shops and amenities, plus schools and access to road and rail links, 373 Woodstock Road will suit a family who is looking for a North Oxford house which they can modernise and extend to suit their particular needs.

Mark Charter, head of Carter Jonas’ Oxford office who is handling the sale said: “The property has only changed hands once since it was built and has been in the same ownership for some 48 years.  It retains many original features including an impressive arched and vaulted entrance hall, internal doors, fireplaces and picture rails.  It’s spacious and all the principal rooms and bedrooms have views of the beautiful garden.  373 Woodstock Road offers its new owners scope to really make their mark on a great home in fantastic North Oxford.”

373 Woodstock Road is on the market through Carter Jonas’ Oxford office with a guide price of £1,900,000.