This substantial Victorian town house backs onto the Oxford Canal, and benefits from a delightful decked offside mooring. It is situated in Walton Manor, a prestigious Conservation Area in North Oxford. The house was built in 1885 by local architects Wilkinson and Moore. It has recently been renovated to create a wonderful home full of character and period details, all presented with a contemporary touch.
The front door leads into a welcoming hallway with a large cloakroom and stairs rising to the first floor. A further staircase leads down to the cellar which is ideal to use as a playroom or study. From the hallway a door opens into the open plan snug or study area which flows through to a further sitting area with a beautiful fireplace and a useful pantry. The open plan layout continues as you step down into the bright contemporary dining kitchen with its huge skylight windows and wide glazed doors.
On the first floor there is a spacious master bedroom to the rear overlooking the garden, and a large double bedroom and a separate shower room to the front. Both bedrooms have striking period fireplaces, and the front bedroom has a magnificent window. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms, a double and a single, and a good sized bathroom with a separate shower cubicle.
The kitchen doors open out to the charming west facing garden which runs right down to the canal. The garden is mainly lawned with mature planted borders and feature trees. At the bottom of the garden there is a seating area with a lovely outlook along the canal, a shed, and a decked mooring, currently used for a small cruiser.