303 Banbury Road is wonderfully located in north Oxford. Close to the Summertown amenities, the West facing garden and off street parking make the property a desirable refurbishment project for the next owner. There is a small porch leading into the hallway. To the left is a double sitting room with a gas fireplace. Beyond the staircase is the hatch access to the cellar and onto the kitchen. At the back of the property is a lean-to and WC. Upstairs, there are two good sized double bedrooms. There is also a small study/dressing room. To the back of the property is a large bathroom. The property would benefit form some refurbshment.
303 Banbury Road is ideally located to the north of Oxford in the heart of the Summertown area of the city. The vicinity offers a good selection of amenities including shops, restaurants and cafes. Oxford city centre offers a wider array of independent and high street stores as well as restaurants and other amenities. Education provision in the area is excellent with both state and independent schools in the near area including The Dragon, Summerfields, Oxford High School and St Edwards School within easy reach. Transport links are also excellent with Oxford Parkway providing services into London Marylebone in 55 minutes. The M40 is 9.8 miles away.
The west facing garden is currently mainly paved and gravel with some shrubbery planting.
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