21 Leckford Road is an elegant town house located on the highly sought after locationof Leckford Road. Constructed in 1875, yet modernised by the present owner and sensitively restored to a particularly high standard, the house offers classic charm with modern functionality. The accommodation is arranged over five floors, with the lower ground floor comprising a large and bright kitchen/family room with bifold doors accessing the terrace. There is a separate family area at the front of the property with feature fireplace and built in entertainment system. Nb the entertainment system (Visual Control, Control 4) is linked to the security system and runs throughout the property. The next floor comprises a large sitting room with incredible full height windows overlooking the stunning garden, as well as a good sized dining room with feature fireplace. A WC completes this floor. Up a further flight, the next floor comprises a wonderful master suite with dressing room and en suite bathroom, as well as a good sized double with en suite shower room. The second floor benefits from two wonderful bedrooms enjoying front and rear aspect respectively, both with en suite shower rooms. The top floor is a wonderful loft room/bedroom 5 which benefits from a gorgeous triangular window with views over the Oxford skyline.
Leckford road is in a conservation area flanked to the west by Port Meadow and the University Park to the east. Central North Oxford, as it is known, is the most sought-after area with in the historic City. Oxford is extremely well served and the house is close to the shops and restaurants of North parade and Walton Street. The city is famed for its schooling, the house is within the catchment area for the popular primary school St Philip and St James and close to the Dragon, Oxford High, Leckford Place, St. Edwards and Magdalen College School to name a few. Summertown, to the north, has a good range of shops including many of the major supermarkets.
To the front of the property, the house is approached via a gravel and stone driveway with ample parking for several cars. The rear of the property is predominanlty laid to lawn, yet framed with beautiful stone slabs and attractive shrubs and plants. There is a tiered planting system leading down the stairs to a sheltered terrace, perfect for al fresco dining.
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