Short let - a lower level fully furnished and equipped self contained studio apartment forming part of this impressive Victorian building in North Oxford, within walking distance of the Summertown shops and restaurants and less than 1.5 miles from Oxford City Centre.
Summertown offers a selection of shops, cafes and restaurants and a Marks and Spencers and Co Op supermarket. There is a bus stop located on the Woodstock Road for buses into Oxford City Centre circa 5 minutes.
Suitable for a single occupant or couple. WiFi available.
The accommodation comprises: Communal entrance hall and stairway. Bedroom area with a free standing wardrobe, double bed, television with built in dvd, galley kitchen with fridge, combination microwave and washing machine, breakfast bar and 2 stools. Fully fitted shower room including shower cubicle, sink and WC.
Noa Residence is situated on the corner of Woodstock Road and Beech Croft Road in the popular and historic area of North Oxford. This impressive Victorian building has been converted into 12 studio apartments, many of which retain the charm of the original features. Buses run frequently to the city centre and it is an ideal location for visiting the city of Oxford as well as for access out towards Woodstock for visiting Blenheim Palace, the Cotswolds or for access to the market town of Bicester and the world famous Bicester Village Designer Retail Outlet.
Oxford is well known for its Universities, its architecture and the beautiful countryside which surrounds the city, all of which can be easily explored from this location. The Rate includes all utility costs with linen and towels provided.
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